My main areas of research interest include:
The Social Psychology of Justice
I construct theory and conduct research on what people view as fair in their everyday lives. Much of my work has focused on judgments of procedural justice and on the causes and consequences of feeling unfairly treated.
I study the social psychology of leadership, especially the social and individual identity dynamics of organization and influence in groups.
Business Relationships and Work Teams
I am one of several faculty members at the Fuqua School of Business researching the social and psychological dynamics of interpersonal relationships in organizations. A special focus of this work is the development of trust and interdependence in work teams.
Law and Law-Related Behavior
I conduct research on decisions to sue and on reactions to legal authority.
- Applied Social Psychology
- Culture and Ethnicity
- Group Processes
- Interpersonal Processes
- Law and Public Policy
- Organizational Behavior
- Self and Identity
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- Lind, E. A. (1995). Social conflict and social justice: Some lessons from the social psychology of justice. Leiden, The Netherlands: Leiden University Press.
- Lind, E. A., & Tyler, T. R. (1988). The social psychology of procedural justice. New York: Plenum Press.
- Huo, Y. J., Smith, H., Tyler, T. R., & Lind, E. A. (1996). Superordinate identification, subgroup identification, and justice concerns: Is separatism the problem; is assimilation the answer? Psychological Science, 7, 40-45.
- Kulik, C., Lind, E. A., MacCoun, R. J., & Ambrose, M. (in press). Gender and procedural justice: Similarities and differences in procedural and distributive justice judgments. Social Justice Research.
- Lind, E. A., & Earley, P. E. (1992). Procedural justice and culture. International Journal of Psychology, 27, 227-242.
- Lind, E. A., Huo, Y. J., & Tyler, T. R. (1994). ...And justice for all: Ethnicity, gender, and preferences for dispute resolution procedures. Law and Human Behavior, 18, 269-290.
- Lind, E. A., Kanfer, R., & Earley, P. C. (1990). Voice, control, and procedural justice: Instrumental and noninstrumental concerns in fairness judgments. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 59, 952-959.
- Lind, E. A., Kulik, C., Ambrose, M., & Park, M. (1993). Individual and corporate dispute resolution: Using procedural fairness as a decision heuristic. Administrative Science Quarterly, 38, 224-251.
- Tyler, T. R., & Lind, E. A. (1990). Intrinsic versus community-based justice models: When does group membership matter? Journal of Social Issues, 46, 83-94.
- Vermunt, R., Wit, A., van den Bos, K., & Lind, A. (in press). The effect of inaccurate procedure on protest: The mediating role of perceived unfairness and situational self-esteem. Social Justice Research.
- van den Bos, K., Lind, E. A., Vermunt, R., & Wilke, H. (in press). How do I judge my outcome when I don’t know the outcomes of others: The psychology of the fair process effect. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
- Introductory Psychology
- Introductory Social Psychology
- Judgment and Decision Making
- Psychology and Law
- Psychology of Social Justice
- Research Methods in I-O Psychology
- Research Methods in Social Psychology
- Social Psychology
- Social Psychology of Groups
- Social Science and Law
Edgar Allan Lind, Jr.
Fuqua School of Business
100 Fuqua Drive
Durham, North Carolina 27708
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- Mobile: 919-724-1130
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