The effects of overhearing peers discuss an authority's fairness reputation on reactions to subsequent treatment.

@article{Jones2005TheEO,
  title={The effects of overhearing peers discuss an authority's fairness reputation on reactions to subsequent treatment.},
  author={David A. Jones and Daniel P. Skarlicki},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={90 2},
  pages={363-72}
}
Fairness heuristic theory was used to examine how information from one's peers affects an individual's interpretation of, and reactions to, an authority's subsequent behavior. Participants (N=105) overheard their peers discuss an experimenter's reputation (fair, unfair, or absent) before interacting with the experimenter who behaved more versus less fairly. Results showed that the social cues biased participants' subsequent information processing: controlling for the experimenter's behavior… CONTINUE READING

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