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Based on a formalization of the 1981 constitutional negotiation in Canada, this article analyses the impact of procedural constraints on collective decisions. Four procedural constraints are considered voting procedures, voting rules, decision rules, and the order of presentation of options to...
In a simulated organizational conflict, concession behavior by a negotiator's opponent was manipulated to examine how subsequent third party intervention would influence negotiator perceptions of process control, decision control, distributive justice, and the third party. Negotiators whose...
This study examined, in an organizational budgeting context, several important psychological processes surrounding procedural justice. Specifically, the study tested a causal model in which voice has valueexpressive and controlmediated effects on procedural justice, and procedural justice has...
This comparative study assesses the internal consistency reliability, rater bias, and convergent and discriminant validities of peer and self ratings for the MODE and ROCIII conflict management instruments. Additionally, the study examines the convergent and discriminant validities, and method...
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