|Bekk, Magdalena; Baumert, Anna; Spörrle, Matthias (July 2008): The positive impact of irrational beliefs?: A mutual connection with justice sensitivity. International Congress of Psychology, 20. - 25. July 2008, Berlin, Germany.|
Rational-Emotive-Behavior Therapy (REBT, Ellis, 1962, 1994) postulates that irrational thinking implies demanding thoughts about punishing people for their evil activities. Hence, irrational thinking should be associated with increased individual sensitivity concerning unfair social events. Results of our study (N = 108) confirm this hypothesized correlation between Irrationality and Justice Sensitivity. Notably, the strongest correlation was found between low frustration tolerance, a subdimension of irrationality, and justice sensitivity from the perspective of a victim. This indicates that easily frustrated individuals are particularly prone to suffer when being treated unfairly and are, therefore, eminently susceptive to justice sensitivity.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)|
|Published in:||International Journal of Psychology, No. 3/4, Vol. 43, 2008: p. 128|
|Keywords:||Irrationalität, Rational-Emotive-Verhaltenstherapie, REVT, verabsolutierendes Denken, Frustrationstoleranz, Selbstbewertung, Ungerechtigkeitssensibilität, irrational beliefs, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, REBT, demandingness, low-frustration tolerance, self-evaluation, justice sensitivity|
|Faculties:||Psychology and Education Science > Department for Psychology > General Psychology II > Conference proceedings|
|Subjects:||100 Philosophy and Psychology > 150 Psychology|
|Deposited On:||16. Jun 2010 07:53|
|Last Modified:||29. Apr 2016 09:07|
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