On the Psychology of Perceived Procedural Justice: Experimental Evidence that Behavioral Inhibition Strengthens Reactions to Voice and No-Voice Procedures

J.E. Hulst, Kees Van den Bos, A.J. Akkermans, E. Allan Lind

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