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People can perceive misfortunes as caused by previous bad deeds immanent justice reasoning or resulting in ultimate compensation ultimate justice reasoning. Across two studies, we investigated the relation between these types of justice reasoning and identified the processes perceptions of deservingness that underlie them for both others Study 1 and the self Study 2. Study 1 demonstrated that observers engaged in more ultimate vs. immanent justice reasoning for a -good- victim and greater immanent vs. ultimate justice reasoning for a -bad- victim. In Study 2, participants- construals of their bad breaks varied as a function of their self-worth, with greater ultimate immanent justice reasoning for participants with higher lower self-esteem. Across both studies, perceived deservingness of bad breaks or perceived deservingness of ultimate compensation mediated immanent and ultimate justice reasoning respectively.



Autor: Annelie J. Harvey , Mitchell J. Callan

Fuente: http://plos.srce.hr/



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