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2005Are high strivers for justice more unjust when they react to a victim? Further evidence on the effects of the belief in a just world, of the innocence of the victim and of the persistence of suffering on secondary victimizationCorreia, I.; Alves, H.; Santos, M. H.; Vala, J.ArticleOpen Access
2017Differential impact of independent and interdependent views of the self on the use of consensus and heterogeneity information: the case of validity of groups’ decisionsLopes, D.; Vala, J.; Oberlé, D.ArticleOpen Access
2015Expressões dos racismos em PortugalVala, J.; Brito, R.; Lopes, D.BookOpen Access
2011Group heterogeneity and social validation of everyday knowledge: The mediating role of perceived group participationVala, J.; Drozda-Senkowska, Ewa; Oberlé, Dominique; Lopes, D.; Silva, PedroArticleEmbargoed Access
2022How fair is economic inequality? Belief in a just world and the legitimation of economic disparities in 27 European countriesGarcía-Sánchez, E.; Correia, I.; Pereira, C.; Willis, G. B.; Rodríguez-Bailón, R.; Vala, J.ArticleOpen Access
2001Judgeability in person perception: the confidence of leadersCaetano, A.; Vala, J.; Leyens, J. P.ArticleEmbargoed Access
2008Justice in our world and in that of others: belief in a just world and reactions to victimsAguiar, P.; Vala, J.; Correia, I.; Pereira, C.ArticleEmbargoed Access
1996Mapping European social psychology: co-word analysis of the communications at the 10th General Meeting of the EAESPVala, J.; Lima, M. L.; Caetano, A.ArticleOpen Access
2017Teachers’ legitimacy: effects of justice perception and social comparison processesGouveia-Pereira, M.; Vala, J.; Correia, I.ArticleOpen Access
2001The effects of belief in a just world and victim's innocence on secondary victimization, judgements of justice and deservingnessCorreia, I.; Vala, J.; Aguiar, P.ArticleEmbargoed Access
2018Under victimization by an outgroup: belief in a just world, national identification, and ingroup blameCorreia, I.; Pereira, C. R.; Vala, J.ArticleOpen Access
2014Validation of group decisions: why and when perceived group heterogeneity is relevantLopes, D.; Vala, J.; Oberlé, D.; Drozda-Senkowska, E.ArticleEmbargoed Access
2007Victim’s innocence, social categorization, and the threat to the belief in a just worldCorreia, I.; Vala, J.; Aguiar, P.ArticleEmbargoed Access
2012When do people derogate or psychologically distance themselves from victims? Belief in a just world and ingroup identification.Correia, I.; Alves, H.; Sutton, R.; Ramos, M.; Gouveia-Pereira, M.; Vala, J.ArticleOpen Access
2003When will a victim be secondarily victimized? The effect of observer’s belief in a just world, victim’s innocence and persistence of sufferingCorreia, I.; Vala, J.ArticleEmbargoed Access