Relative Standards and Distributive Justice: How Social Comparison Orientations Moderate the Link between Relative Earnings and Justice Perceptions

Schneider SM, Valet P (2017)
Social Psychology Quarterly.

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Schneider SM, Valet P. Relative Standards and Distributive Justice: How Social Comparison Orientations Moderate the Link between Relative Earnings and Justice Perceptions. Social Psychology Quarterly. 2017.
Schneider, S. M., & Valet, P. (2017). Relative Standards and Distributive Justice: How Social Comparison Orientations Moderate the Link between Relative Earnings and Justice Perceptions. Social Psychology Quarterly. doi:10.1177/0190272517708810
Schneider, S. M., and Valet, P. (2017). Relative Standards and Distributive Justice: How Social Comparison Orientations Moderate the Link between Relative Earnings and Justice Perceptions. Social Psychology Quarterly.
Schneider, S.M., & Valet, P., 2017. Relative Standards and Distributive Justice: How Social Comparison Orientations Moderate the Link between Relative Earnings and Justice Perceptions. Social Psychology Quarterly.
S.M. Schneider and P. Valet, “Relative Standards and Distributive Justice: How Social Comparison Orientations Moderate the Link between Relative Earnings and Justice Perceptions”, Social Psychology Quarterly, 2017.
Schneider, S.M., Valet, P.: Relative Standards and Distributive Justice: How Social Comparison Orientations Moderate the Link between Relative Earnings and Justice Perceptions. Social Psychology Quarterly. (2017).
Schneider, Simone M., and Valet, Peter. “Relative Standards and Distributive Justice: How Social Comparison Orientations Moderate the Link between Relative Earnings and Justice Perceptions”. Social Psychology Quarterly (2017).
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