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Greater group identification and higher levels of procedural justice typically work together to encourage group members to engage in group-serving cooperative behavior. However, when people who already identify with a group receive information indicating that the group is procedurally unjust, their motivation to engage in group-serving behavior may(More)
Research conducted with general population samples has demonstrated the importance of sex of siblings in the formation of sex-role identification and in the development of sex-role conflict. Information on early family structure was collected from 207 white male alcoholic inpatients. Among those reared in intact families with at least two older siblings, 65(More)
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