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The effects of managerial regulatory fit priming on reactions to explanations

ISI: The effects of managerial regulatory fit priming on reactions to explanations

ANDREW LI., EDGAR KAUSEL E., JOEL EVANS., MICHAEL CHRISTIAN., STEPHEN GILLILAND., JORDAN STEIN.

2011 - Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes - Vol. 115, Nº 2, Pp 268-282

Abstract

OrganizationalWe investigated the interactive effects of regulatory focus priming and message framing on the perceived We investigated the interactive effects of regulatory focus priming and message framing on the perceived fairness of unfavorable events. We hypothesized that individuals’ perceptions of fairness are higher when they receive a regulatory focus prime (promotion versus prevention) that is congruent with the framing of an explanation (gain versus loss), as opposed to one that is incongruent. We also hypothesized that these effects are mediated by counterfactual thinking. Three studies revealed that primed regulatory fit (promotion/gain or prevention/loss) led to higher levels of justice perceptions than regulatory misfit (promotion/loss or prevention/gain). Additionally, ‘‘could’’ and ‘‘should’’ counterfactuals partially mediated the relationship between regulatory fit and interactional justice (Study 3). (promotion/loss or prevention/gain). Additionally, ‘‘could’’ and ‘‘should’’ counterfactuals partially mediated the relationship between regulatory fit and interactional justice (Study 3). justice Explanation Regulatory fit Counterfactual thinking

Keywords

Organizational justice, Explanation, Regulatory fit, Counterfactual thinking.

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