Although various theories of trust and confidence have been proposed, no comprehensive framework yet exists. Trust and confidence research has been undermined by failures to develop models that incorporate the various trust- and confidence-related factors, a lack of clarity regarding what is even meant by trust- and confidence-related terms, and so on. This postdoctoral fellow […]
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Tay, Louis, Mitchel N. Herian, Ed Diener. 2014. Detrimental Effects of Corruption and Societal Well-being: Whether, How, and When. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 751-759.
Shockley, E., Wynn, A., & Ashburn-Nardo, L. (2014). Dimensions of Black identity predict system justification. Journal of Black Psychology. doi: 10.1177/0095798414557276
Herian, Mitchel N. 2014. Trust in Government and Support for Municipal Services. State and Local Government Review, 42, 82-90.
Herian, Mitchel N., Tay, L., Hamm, J.A., & Diener, E. 2014. Social Capital, Ideology, and Health in the United States. Social Science & Medicine, 105, 30-37.
The Verdict is In: Judge and Administrator Perceptions of State Court Governance, Confidence, and Trends
Kimbrough, C. D., Herian, M. N., Rottman, D. B., Bornstein, B. H., & Tomkins, A. J. (2014). The verdict is in: Judge and administrator perceptions of state court governance. Justice System Journal. 35, xx-yy. doi: 10.1080/0098261X.2014.920650
Candilis, P., & Neal, T.M.S. (2014). Not just welfare over justice: Ethics in forensic consultation. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 19, 19-29. doi: 10.1111/lcrp.12038
The Nebraska Minority Justice Committee (MJC) is a unique statewide collaboration that works to develop and implement just and sustainable policy reforms that will not only improve the system of justice but will also strengthen public trust and confidence in our laws and court system. The Committee is a joint effort of the Nebraska State […]
Investigating the Role of Distrust in Unauthorized Online Activities Using an Integrated Sociotechnical Approach
Evidence suggests that “unauthorized online behavior” motivated by social, political, economic and cultural conflicts is increasing. Yet research on stemming cyber-attacks has tended to focus on mechanisms and processes of defense, ignoring what determines and prevents the conditions that foster cyber-attacks in the first place. Advancing knowledge about distrust in general and in this specific […]
Evidence showing the American public losing confidence in its government has been identified as one of the fundamental problems in society today. Social science has an opportunity to make important contributions to this problem by deepening understanding of public trust and confidence in government. The primary goal of our research was to test a model […]