Justice Sensitivity

Short Description: Individuals differ systematically in how readily they perceive situations to be unjust and how strongly they react to subjective injustice – cognitively, emotionally, and behaviorally. Justice sensitivity from the perspectives of a victim, observer, beneficiary, and perpetrator can be measured reliably with two items per perspective.

Methodological Details: Eight self-report items. Examples include “It makes me angry when others are undeservingly better off than me.” and “It bothers me when things come easily to me that others have to work hard for.”

Contact

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Thomas Schlösser, University of Cologne [E-Mail], Anna Baumert, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods [E-Mail]

2011,2014,2017

~2400

inno

ivornad01, im_js, ivornac01, ivornaa01, ivornad02, ivornab02, ivornac02, ivornaa02, ivornab01

04/2014