Publications of the Network Responsibility, Justice, and Moral Behavior. Only English articles are listed. Visit the German page for the entire list of articles.

1980

Montada, L. (1980). Developmental changes in concepts of justice. In G. Mikula (Ed.), Jus­tice and social interaction (S. 257-284). Bern: Huber.

1986

Montada, L., Schmitt, M. & Dalbert, C. (1986). Thinking about justice and dealing with one's own privileges: A study of existential guilt. In H.W. Bierhoff, R. Cohen, & J. Greenberg (Eds.), Justice in social relations (S. 125-143). New York: Plenum Press.

1987

Steyer, R. & Schmitt, M.J. (1987). Psychometric theory of persons-in-situations: Definitions of consistency, specifity and reliability, and the effects of aggregation. Trierer Psychologische Berichte 14, Heft 3.

1989

Montada, L. & Schneider, A. (1989). Justice and emotional reactions to the disadvantaged. Social Justice Research 3, 313-344.

1990

Schmitt, M. (1990). Further evidence on the invalidity of self-reported consistency. In P.J.D. Drenth, J.A. Sergeant & R.J. Takens (Eds.), European perspectives in psychology (Vol. 1, S. 57-68). New York: Wiley.

Schmitt, M. & Steyer, R. (1990). Beyond intuition and classical test theory: A reply to Epstein. Methodika 4, 101-107.

Steyer, R. & Schmitt, M. (1990). Latent state-trait models in attitude research. Quality and Quantity 24, 427-445.

Steyer, R. & Schmitt, M. (1990). The effects of aggregation across and within occasions on consistency, specificity, and reliability. Methodika 4, 58-94.

1991

Albs, B. & Montada, L. (1991). "Self-blame" and adjustment to spinal cord injuries. In M. Johnston, M. Herbert & T. Marteau (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th annual conference of the European Health Psychology Society (S. 4-5). Leicester: Bocardo Press.

Montada, L. (1991). Life stress, injustice, and the question "Who is responsible?". In: H. Steensma & R. Vermunt (Eds.), Social justice in human relations (Vol. 2, p. 9-30). New York: Plenum Press.

Montada, L. & Bierhoff, H.W. (Eds.) (1991). Altruism in social systems. Toronto: Hogrefe & Huber.

Montada, L. & Bierhoff, H.W. (1991). Studying prosocial behavior in social systems. In L. Montada & H.W. Bierhoff (Eds.), Altruism in social systems (S. 1-26). Toronto: Hogrefe & Huber.

Montada, L., Schmitt, M. & Dalbert, C. (1991). Prosocial commitments in the family: Situational, personality, and systemic factors. In L. Montada & H.W. Bierhoff (Eds.), Altruism in social systems (S. 177-203). Toronto: Hogrefe.

Montada, L. & Schneider, A. (1991). Justice and prosocial commitments. In L. Montada & H.W. Bierhoff (Eds.), Altruism in social systems (p. 58-81). Toronto: Hogrefe.

1992

Dalbert, C., Fisch, U. & Montada, L. (1992). Is inequality unjust? Evaluating women's career chances. European Review of Applied Psychology 42 11-17.

Montada, L. (1992). Attribution of responsibility for losses and perceived injustice. In L. Montada, S.-H. Filipp & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Life crises and the experience of loss in adulthood (S. 133-162). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Montada, L. (1992). Predicting prosocial commitment in different social contexts. In P.M. Oliner, S.P. Oliner, L. Baron, L.A. Blum, D.L. Krebs & M.Z. Smolenska (Eds.), Embracing the other: Philosophical, psychological and historical perspectives (S. 226-252). New York: New York University Press.

Montada, L. (1992). Attribution of responsibility for losses and perceived injustice. In L. Montada, S.-H. Filipp & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Life crises and the experience of loss in adulthood (pp. 133-162). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Schmitt, M. & Baltes-Götz, B. (1992). Common and uncommon moderator concepts: Comment on Wermuth's Moderating Effects in Multivariate Normal Distributions. Methodika 6, 1-4.

Schmitt, M. & Borkenau, P. (1992). The consistency of personality. In G.-V. Caprara & G.L. Van Heck (Eds.), Modern personality psychology. Critical reviews and new directions (S. 29-55). New York: Harvester-Wheatsheaf.

Steyer, R., Ferring, D. & Schmitt, M. (1992). On the definition of states and traits. Trierer Psychologische Berichte 19, Heft 2.

Steyer, R., Ferring, D. & Schmitt, M. (1992). States and traits in psychological assessment. European Journal of Psychological Assessment 2, 79-98.

1993

Kals, E. (1993). Psychological science in the western world: A guide, or not a guide to solving human problems? Journal of University of Science and Technology Beijing 15, 226-231.

Montada, L. (1993). Understanding oughts by assessing moral reasoning or moral emotions. In G. Noam & T. Wren (Eds.), The moral self (S. 292-309). Boston: MIT-Press.

Montada, L. (1993). Victimization by critical life events. In W. Bilsky, C. Pfeiffer, & P. Wetzels (Eds.), Fear of crime and criminal victimization (S. 83-98). Stuttgart: Enke.

Schmitt, M. & Steyer, R. (1993). A latent state-trait model (not only) for social desirability. Personality and Individual Differences 14, 519-529.

Schmitt, M. & Steyer, R. (1993). A latent state-trait model for social desirability. In R. Steyer, K.F. Wender, & K.F. Widaman (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th European Meeting of the Psychometric Society in Trier (S. 463-468). Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer Verlag.

Schmitt, M., Schwartz, S.H., Steyer, R., & Schmitt, T. (1993). Measurement models for the Schwartz Values Inventory. European Journal of Psychological Assessment 9, 107-121.

1994

Dalbert, C. & Yamauchi, L. (1994). Belief in a just world and attitudes toward immigrants and foreign workers: A cultural comparison between Hawaii and Germany. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 24, 1612-1626.

Maes, J. (1994). Blaming the victim - belief in control or belief in justice? Social Justice Research 7, 69-90.

Montada, L. (1994). Injustice in harm and loss. Social Justice Research 7, 5-28.

Montada, L. (1994). Problems and crises in human development. In T. Husén & T.N. Postlethwaite (Eds.), International encyclopedia of education (Vol. 8), p. 4715-4719. London: Pergamon.

Reichle, B. & Montada, L. (1994). Problems with the transition to parenthood: Perceived responsibility for restrictions and losses and the experience of injustice. In M.J. Lerner & G. Mikula (Eds.), Entitlement and the affectional bond. Justice in Close Relationships (S. 205-228). New York: Plenum Press.

1995

Kals, E. (1995). Promotion of proecological behavior to enhance quality of life. In J. Rodiguez-Marin (Ed.), Health psychology and quality of life research (S. 190-203). Alicante: University of Alicante & Sociedad Valenciana de Psicologia Social.

Maes, J. (1995). To control and to be controlled - presentation of a two-ways-questionnaire for the assessment of beliefs in control. European Journal of Psychological Assessment 11, Supplement, No. 1, 8-9.

Montada, L. (1995). Applying Social Psychology: The case of redistributions in unified Germany. Social Justice Research 8, 73-90.

Montada, L. (1995). Delinquenz. In R. Oerter & L. Montada (Hrsg.), Entwicklungspsychologie (S. 1024-1036). Weinheim: Psychologie Verlags Union.

Montada, L. & Kals, E. (1995). Perceived justice of ecological policy and proenvironmental commitments. Social Justice Research 8, 305-327.

Schmitt, M., Neumann, R. & Montada, L. (1995). Dispositional sensitivity to befallen injustice. Social Justice Research 8, 385-407.

Schmitt, M., Schick, A. & Becker, J.H. (1995). Subjective quality and subjective wearing comfort of running shoes. Trierer Psychologische Berichte 22, Heft 2.

1996

Dalbert, C. & Katona-Sallay, H. (1996). The “belief in a just world” construct in Hungary. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 27, 293-314.

Kals, E. (1996). Are proenvironmental commitments motivated by health concerns or by perceived justice? In L. Montada & M. Lerner (Eds.), Current societal concerns about justice (S. 231-258). New York: Plenum Press.

Kals, E. (1996). Motieven voor preventief en riskant gezondheidsgedrag ten aanzien van kanker (Motives of cancer preventive and health risk behaviors). Gedrag & Gezondheid 24, 384-391.

Lipkus, I. M., Dalbert, C. & Siegler, I. C. (1996). The importance of distinguishing the belief in a just world for self versus others. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 22, 666-677.

Montada, L. (1996). Tradeoffs between justice and self-interest. In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Current societal concerns about justice (pp. 259-276). New York: Plenum Press.

Montada, L. (1996). Mass unemployment under perspectives of justice. In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Current societal concerns about justice (pp. 171-194). New York: Ple­num.

Montada, L. & Lerner, M.J. (1996). Societal concerns about justice. New York: Plenum.

Reichle, B. (1996). From is to ought and the kitchen sink: On the justice of distributions in close relationships. In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Current societal concerns about justice (S. 103-135). New York: Plenum.

Schmitt, M. & Mohiyeddini, C. (1996). Sensitivity to befallen injustice and reactions to a real life disadvantage. Social Justice Research 9, 223-238.

Schmitt, M. (1996). Individual differences in sensitivity to befallen injustice. Personality and Individual Differences 21, 3-20.

1997

Dalbert, C. (1997). Coping with an unjust fate: The case of structural unemployment. Social Justice Research 10, 175-189.

Mohiyeddini, C. & Schmitt, M. (1997). Sensitivity to befallen injustice and reactions to unfair treatment in a laboratory situation. Social Justice Research 10, 333-352.

1998

Dalbert, C. (1998). Belief in a just world, well-being, and coping with an unjust fate. In L. Montada & M. J. Lerner (Eds.), Responses to victimizations and belief in a just world (pp. 87-105). New York: Plenum Press.

Maes, J. (1998). Belief in a just world and experiences in school. In European Association for Research on Adolescence (Ed.), The 6th biennial conference of the EARA in Budapest, Hungary. Scientific Programme.

Maes, J. (1998). Eight Stages in the Development of Research on the Construct of Belief in a Just World. In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Responses to Victimizations and Belief in a Just World (S. 163-186). New York: Plenum.

Maes, J. (1998). Immanent and ultimate justice: Two ways of believing in justice. In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Responses to Victimizations and Belief in a Just World (S. 9-40). New York: Plenum.

Mohiyeddini, C. & Montada, L. (1998) Belief in a Just World and Self-Efficacy in coping with observed Victimization: Results from a study about unemployment. In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Responses to Victimizations and Belief in a Just World (S. 41-54). New York: Plenum.

Montada, L. (1998). Belief in a Just World: A Hybrid of Justice Motive and Self-Interest? In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Responses to Victimizations and Belief in a Just World (S. 217-246). New York: Plenum.

Montada, L. (1998). Justice: Just a Rational Choice? Social Justice Research 12, 81-101.

Montada, L. & Lerner, M.J. (1998). An overview: Advances in belief in a just world theory and methods. In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Responses to Victimizations and Belief in a Just World (S. 1-7). New York: Plenum.

Montada, L. & Lerner, M.J. (Eds.) (1998). Responses to Victimizations and Belief in a Just World. New York: Plenum.

Reichle, B. & Gefke, M. (1998). Justice of conjugal divisions of labor - You can't always get what you want. Social Justice Research 3, 271-287.

Reichle, B., Schneider, A. & Montada, L. (1998). How do Observers of Victimization preserve their Belief in a Just World - Cognitively or actionally? Finding from a Longitudinal Study. In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Responses to Victimizations and Belief in a Just World (S. 55-64). New York: Plenum.

Sabbagh, C. & Schmitt, M. (1998). Exploring the structure of positive and negative justice judgments. Social Justice Research 12, 381-396.

Schmitt, M. (1998). Methodogical Strategies in Research to Validate Measures of Belief in a Just World. In L. Montada & M.J. Lerner (Eds.), Responses to Victimizations and Belief in a Just World (S. 187-216). New York: Plenum.

Schmitt, M. & Maes, J. (1998). Perceived injustice in unified Germany and mental health. Social Justice Research 11, 59-78.

1999

Dalbert, C. (1999). The world is more just for me than generally: About the Personal Belief in a Just World Scale’s validity. Social Justice Research 12, 79-98.

Kals, E. & Montada, L. (submitted). Cancer prevention and reduction of cancer risks: reconstructed as a personal as well as a societal task.

Kals, E., Schumacher, D. & Montada, L. (1999). Emotional affinity toward nature as a motivational basis to protect nature. Environment & Behavior 31 (2), 178-202.

Maes, J. & Schmitt, M. (1999). More on ultimate and immanent justice: Results from the research project "Justice as a problem within reunified Germany". Social Justice Research 12, 65-78.

Schmitt, M. (1999). Mother-daughter attachment and family cohesion: Single and multi construct latent state-trait models of current and retrospective perceptions. Magdeburger Arbeiten zur Psychologie, Heft 4, 1999.

Schmitt, M. & Dörfel, M. (1999). Procedural injustice at work, justice sensitivity, job satisfaction and psychosomatic well-being. European Journal of Social Psychology 29, 443-453.

Steyer, R., Schmitt, M. & Eid, M. (1999). Latent state-trait theory and research in personality and individual differences. European Journal of Personality 13, 389-408.

2000

Dalbert, C. (2000). Beliefs in a just world questionnaire. In J. Maltby, C. A. Lewis & A. Hill (Eds.), Commissioned reviews of 250 psychological tests (pp. 461-465). Lampeter, Wales: Edwin Mellen Press.

Montada, L. & Kals, E. (2000). Political implications of psychological research on ecological justice and proenvironmental behaviors. International Journal of Psychology 35, 168-176.

Schmitt, M. (2000). Mother-daughter attachment and family cohesion: Single and multi construct latent state-trait models of current and retrospective perceptions. European Journal of Psychological Assessment 16, 115-124.

Steyer, R., Schmitt, M. & Eid, M. (2000). Latent state-trait theory and research in personality and individual differences. Magdeburger Arbeiten zur Psychologie, Heft 6, 2000.

Schmitt, M., Behner, R., Montada, L., Müller, L. & Müller-Fohrbrodt, G. (2000). Gender, ethnicity, and education as privileges: Exploring the generalizability of the existential guilt reaction. Social Justice Research 13, 313-337.

Syme, G., Kals, E., Nancarrow, B. & Montada, L. (2000). Ecological risks and community perceptions of fairness and justice: A cross-cultural model. Risk Analysis 20 (6), 905-916.

Winkeler, M., Filipp, S.-H. & Boll, T. (2000). Positivity in aged’s perceptions of inter­gen­era­tional relationships: A “stake” or a “leniency” effect? International Journal of Be­havioral Development, 24, 173-182.

2001

Dalbert, C. (2001). The justice motive as a personal resource. Dealing with challenges and critical life events. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Dalbert, C., Lipkus, I. M., Sallay, H. & Goch, I. (2001). A just and an unjust world: Structure and validity of different world beliefs. Personality and Individual Differences 30, 561-577.

Kals, E. (2001). Responsibility appraisals of health protection. In H.-W. Bierhoff & A.E. Auhagen (Eds.), Responsibility - the many faces of a social phenomenon (pp. 127-138). London/New York: Routledge.

Kals, E. & Montada, L. (2001). Health behavior: An interlocking personal and social task. Journal of Health Psychology 6 (2), 131-148.

Kals, E. & Russell, Y. (2001). Individual conceptions of justice and their potential for explaining proenvironmental decision making. Social Justice Research. Special issue: Applying social justice research to environmental decision making 14 (4), 367-385.

Kals, E., Maes, J. & Becker, R. (2001). The overestimated impact of self-interest and the underestimated impact of justice motives. Trames. Journal of Humanities and Social Scienes 55 (3), 269-287.

Maes, J., Schmitt, M. & Montada, L. (2001). Lifelong learning and past experiences in school and on the job. In European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (Ed.), 10th European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology in Prag. Globalization - opportunities and threats. Book of Abstracts (p. 215). Prag: EAWOP.

Montada, L. (2001). Denial of responsibility. In A.E. Auhagen & H.W. Bierhoff (Eds.), Responsibility - the many faces of a social phenomenon (S. 79-92). London: Routledge.

Montada, L. (2001). Justice to the justice motive. In M. Ross & D.T. Miller (Eds.), The justice motive in everyday life. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Montada, L. (2001). The many faces of justice. In International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. London: Elsevier.

Schmitt, M., Reichle, B. & Maes, J. (2001). Responsibility and attitudes towards the disadvantaged. In H.W. Bierhoff & A.E. Auhagen (Eds.), Responsibility - the many faces of a social phenomenon (pp. 167-178). London: Routledge.

2002

Cohrs, J. C. & Moschner, B. (2002). Antiwar knowledge and generalized political attitudes as determinants of attitude toward the Kosovo War. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 8, 139-155.

Dalbert, C. & Maes, J. (2002). Belief in a just world as a personal resource in school. In M. Ross & D. T. Miller (Eds.), The justice motive in everyday life (pp. 365-381). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dalbert, C. (2002). Beliefs in a just world as a buffer against anger. Social Justice Research 15, 123-145.

Dzuka, J. & Dalbert, C. (2002). Mental health and personality of Slovak unemployed adolescents: About the beliefs in a just world's impact. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 4, 732-757.

Kals, E. & Maes, J. (2002). Sustainable behavior and emotions. In P. Schmuck & W. Schultz (Eds.), Psychology of sustainable development (pp. 97-122). Norwell: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Maes, J. & Kals, E. (2002). Justice beliefs in school: Distinguishing ultimate and immanent justice. Social Justice Research 15, 227-244.

Montada, L. (2002). Doing justice to the justice motive. In: M. Ross & D.T. Miller (Eds.), The justice motive in everyday life (pp. 41-62) New York: Cambridge University Press.

Orth, U. (2002). Secondary victimization of crime victims by criminal proceedings. Social Justice Research, 15, 313-325.

Reichle, B. & Schmitt, M. (2002). Helping and Rationalization as Alternative Strategies for Restoring the Belief in a Just World: Evidence from Longitudinal Change Analyses. In M. Ross & D.T. Miller (Eds.), The justice motive in everyday life (pp. 127-148). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Schmitt, M. & Maes, J. (2002). Stereotypic ingroup bias as self-defense against relative deprivation: Evidence from a longitudinal study of the German unification process. European Journal of Social Psychology 32, 309-326.

2003

Boll, T., Ferring, D., & Filipp, S.-H. (2003). Perceived parental differential treat­ment in mid­dle adulthood: Curvilinear relations with individual’s experienced rela­tionship quality to sibling and parents. Journal of Family Psychology, 17, 472-487

Cohrs, J. C., Maes, J., Moschner, B. & Kielmann, S. (2003). Patterns of justification of the United States’ „War Against Terrorism“ in Afghanistan. Psicologíca Política 27, 105-117.

Ittner, H., Becker, R. & Kals, E. (2003). Willingness to support traffic policy measures: The role of justice. In J. Schade & B. Schlag (Eds.), Acceptability of transport pricing strategies (pp. 249-266). Oxford: Elsevier.

Kals, E. & Ittner, H. (2003). Children´s environmental identity: Indicators and behavioral impacts. In S. Clayton & S. Opotow (Eds.), Identity and the natural environment (pp. 135-157). Cambridge: MIT Press.

Montada, L. (2003). Justice, equity, and fairness in human relations. In J. Weiner (Ed.), Handbook of Psychology, Vol. 5 (Volume Editors: Th. Millon & M.J. Lerner)(pp. 537 – 568). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Montada, L. (2003). Justice, equity, and fairness in human relations. In J. Weiner (Ed.). Handbook of Psychology, Vol. 5 (Volume Editors: Th. Millon & M.J. Lerner) (pp. 537 – 568). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Orth, U. (2003). Punishment goals of crime victims. Law and Human Behavior, 27, 173-186.

Schmitt, M., Eid, M. & Maes, J. (2003). Synergistic person x situation interaction in distributive justice behavior. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29, 141-147.

Wolfradt, U. & Dalbert, C. (2003). Personality, values, and belief in a just world. Personality and Individual Differences 35, 1911-1918.

2004

Becker, R., Kals, E. & Fröhlich, P. (2004). Meat consumption and commitments on meat policy: Combining individual and public health. Journal of Health Psychology, 9 (1), 143-155.

Dalbert, C. (2004). Belief in a just world as a resource for unemployed young adults.  In C. Dal­bert & H. Sallay (Eds.), The justice motive in adolescence and young adulthood: Origins and con­se­quences (pp. 175-188). London, UK: Routledge.

Dalbert, C. (2004). The implications and functions of just and unjust experiences in school. In C. Dal­bert & H. Sal­lay (Eds.), The justice motive in adolescence and young adulthood: Origins and con­se­quences (pp. 117-134). Lon­don, UK: Rout­ledge.

Dalbert, C. & Dzuka, J. (2004). Belief in a just world, personality, and well-being of adoles­cents. In C. Dalbert & H. Sallay (Eds.), The justice motive in adolescence and young adulthood: Origins and con­se­quences (pp. 101-116). Lon­don, UK: Routledge.

Dalbert, C. & Radant, M. (2004). Parenting and young adolescents' belief in a just world. In C. Dal­bert & H. Sallay (Eds.), The justice motive in adolescence and young adult­hood: Ori­gins and conse­quences (pp. 11-25). London, UK: Routledge.

Dalbert, C. & Sallay, H. (Eds.) (2004). The justice motive in adolescence and young adult­hood: Origins and con­sequences. London, UK: Routledge.

Maes, J. & Kals, E. (2004). Two facets of the belief in a just world and achievement behaviour at school. In C. Dalbert & H. Sallay (Eds.), The justice motive in adolescence and young adult­hood. Origins and consequences (p. 135-152). London: Routledge.

Maes, J. & Schmitt, M. (2004). Transformation of the justice motive? Belief in a just world and its correlates in different age groups. In C. Dalbert & H. Sallay (Eds.), The justice motive in ado­lescence and young adulthood. Origins and consequences (p. 64-82). London: Routledge.

Orth, U. (2004). Does perpetrator punishment satisfy victims' feelings of revenge? Aggressive Behavior, 30, 62-70.

Orth, U., & Maercker, A. (2004). Do trials of perpetrators retraumatize crime victims? Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 19, 212-227.

Otto, K. & Dalbert, C. (2004). Belief in a just world as a resource of different types of young prisoners. In C. Dalbert & H. Sallay (Eds.), The justice motive in adolescence and young adulthood: Origins and consequences (pp. 153-171). London: Routledge.

Schmitt, M. & Sabbagh, C. (2004). Synergistic person x situation interaction in distributive justice judgment and allocation behavior. Personality and Individual Differences, 37, 359-371.

Schmitt, M., Gollwitzer, M., Förster, N. & Montada, L. (2004). Effects of objective and subjective account components on forgiving. The Journal of Social Psychology, 144, 465-485.

2005

Boll, T., Ferring D., & Filipp, S.-H. (2005). Effects of parental differential treat­ment on rela­tionship quality with siblings and parents: Justice evaluations as me­diators. So­cial Justice Research, 18, 155 - 182.

Cohrs, C., Kielmann, S., Maes, J. & Moschner, B. (2005). Effects of right-wing authoritarianism and threat from terrorism on restriction of civil liberties. Analy­sis of Social Issues and Public Policy, 5, 263-276.

Cohrs, C., Moschner, B., Maes, J. & Kielmann, S. (2005). The motivational bases of right-wing authoritarianism and social dominance orientation: Relations to values and attitudes in the aftermath of September 11, 2001. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31, 1425-1434.

Cohrs, C., Moschner, B., Maes, J. & Kielmann, S. (2005). Personal values and attitudes toward war. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 11, 293-312.

Dalbert, C. (2005).  Just-world beliefs: Development of. In C. B. Fisher & R. M. Lerner (Eds.), Applied develop­men­tal science:  An encyclo­pedia of research, policies, and programs (pp. 617-620). Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Dalbert, C. & Stoeber, J. (2005). Belief in a just world and distress at school. Social Psychol­ogy of Educa­tion, 8, 123-135.

Gollwitzer, M., Schmitt, M., Schalke, R., Maes, J. & Baer, A. (2005). Asymmetrical effects of justice sensitivity perspectives on prosocial and antisocial behavior. Social Justice Research, 18, 183-201.

Hofmann, W., Gawronski, B., Gschwendner, T., Le, H. & Schmitt, M. (2005). A meta-analysis on the correlation between the Implicit Association Test and explicit self-report measures. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31, 1369-1385.

Hofmann, W., Gschwendner, T. & Schmitt, M. (2005). On implicit-explicit consistency: The moderating role of individual differences in awareness and adjustment. European Journal of Personality, 19, 25-49.

Nakamura, Y. M., & Orth, U. (2005). Acceptance as a coping reaction: Adaptive or not? Swiss Journal of Psychology, 64, 281-292.

Oswald, M. E., Orth, U., Aeberhard, M., & Schneider, E. (2005). Punitive reactions to completed crimes versus accidentally uncompleted crimes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 35, 718-731.

Otto, K. & Dalbert, C. (2005). Belief in a just world and its functions for young prison­ers. Jour­nal of Research in Personality, 39, 559-573.

Schmitt, M., Gollwitzer, M., Maes, J. & Arbach, D. (2005). Justice sensitivity: Assessment and location in the personality space. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 21, 202-211.

2006

Dalbert, C. (2006). Editorial.  International Journal of Psychology, 41, I.

Dalbert, C. & Stoeber, J. (2006). The belief in a just world and domain-specific beliefs about justice at school and in the family: A longitudinal study with adolescents. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 30, 200-207.

Dzuka, J. & Dalbert, C. (2006). The belief in a just world’s impact on subjective well-being in old age. Aging and Mental Health 10, 439-444.

Gollwitzer, M., Eisenbach, K., Atria, M., Strohmeier, D., & Banse, R. (2006). Evaluation of aggression-reducing effects of the „Viennese Social Competence Training“. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 65), 125-135.

Gschwendner, T., Hofmann, W. & Schmitt, M. (2006). Synergistic moderator effects of situation and person factors of awareness and adjustment on the consistency of implicit and explicit attitudes. Journal of Individual Differences, 27, 47-56.

Hofmann, W., Gschwendner, T., Nosek, B. & Schmitt, M. (2006). What moderates implicit-explicit consistency? European Review of Social Psychology, 16, 335-390.

Orth, U., Berking, M., & Burkhardt, S. (2006). Self-conscious emotions and depression: Rumination explains why shame, but not guilt, is maladaptive. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32, 1608-1619.

Orth, U., Montada, L. & Maerker, A. (2006). Feelings of revenge, retaliation motive, and posttraumatic stress reactions in crime victims. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 21, 229-243.

Orth, U., & Wieland, E. (2006). Anger, hostility, and posttraumatic stress disorder in trauma-exposed adults: A meta-analysis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 74, 698-706.

Otto, K., Boos, A., Dalbert, C., Schöps, D. & Hoyer, J. (2006). Posttraumatic symptoms, depres­sion, and anxiety of flood victims: The impact of the belief in a just world. Personality and Indi­vidual Differ­ences, 40, 1075-1084.

Resh, N. & Dalbert, C. (2007). Sense of justice about grades: A comparative study of high school students in Israel and Germany. Teachers College Record, 109, 2007, 322-342.

Syme, G., Kals, E., Nancarrow, B. & Montada, L. (2006). Ecological risk and community perceptions of fairness and justice: A cross-cultural model. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 12, 102-119.

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