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When justice surrenders: The effect of just-world beliefs on aggression following ostracism
Proceedings/Conference:
the 2014 annual meeting for the Association for Psychological Science
Poon, KT; Chen, Z20143
 
Feeling entitled to more: Ostracism increases dishonest behavior
Proceedings/Conference:
17th General Meeting of the European Association for Social Psychology
Poon, KT; Chen, Z; DeWall, CN20141
 
When Money Hurts Relationships: Monetary Reminders Increase Romantic Jealousy
Proceedings/Conference:
WASET International Conference
Chen, Z; Teng, F; Kwan, CP; Poon, KT; Jiang, Y201380
 
Entitled to more: social exclusion triggers unethical behavior
Proceedings/Conference:
84th Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association 2012 Program
Publisher:
Midwestern Psychological Association.
Poon, KT; Chen, Z201293
 
It's a just world: ostracism people are perceived as unethical
Proceedings/Conference:
24th APS Annual Convention 2012
Publisher:
Association for Psychological Science.
Poon, KT; Chen, Z201271
 
The quest for personal-relational equilibrium: anti- versus pro-social responses to ostracism
Proceedings/Conference:
General Meeting of the European Association for Social Psychology
Chen, Z; Cheng, CT; Poon, KT2011135
 
The body is in pain, so is the mind
Proceedings/Conference:
Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Psychological Society
Poon, KT; Chen, Z2010143
 
The quest for personal-relational equilibrium: anti- versus pro-social responses to ostracism
Proceedings/Conference:
Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Psychological Society
Chen, Z; Cheng, CT; Poon, KT2010113
 
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