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      Hostility, job attitudes, and workplace deviance: Test of a multilevel model.

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      Journal of Applied Psychology

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              On the dimensionality of organizational justice: a construct validation of a measure.

              This study explores the dimensionality of organizational justice and provides evidence of construct validity for a new justice measure. Items for this measure were generated by strictly following the seminal works in the justice literature. The measure was then validated in 2 separate studies. Study 1 occurred in a university setting, and Study 2 occurred in a field setting using employees in an automobile parts manufacturing company. Confirmatory factor analyses supported a 4-factor structure to the measure, with distributive, procedural, interpersonal, and informational justice as distinct dimensions. This solution fit the data significantly better than a 2- or 3-factor solution using larger interactional or procedural dimensions. Structural equation modeling also demonstrated predictive validity for the justice dimensions on important outcomes, including leader evaluation, rule compliance, commitment, and helping behavior.
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                Journal
                Journal of Applied Psychology
                Journal of Applied Psychology
                American Psychological Association (APA)
                1939-1854
                0021-9010
                2006
                2006
                : 91
                : 1
                : 126-138
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                10.1037/0021-9010.91.1.126
                © 2006

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