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s (1987) call by studying how different equity sensitivity groups view the importance of job outcomes.
They hypothesized relationships between equity sensitivity groups and outcomes based on equity sensitivity theory that benevolents are more inward focused and would value intrinsic inputs and intrinsic outcomes as having more importance than would entitleds, and that entitleds are more outward focused and would value extrinsic outcomes and extrinsic inputs as more important than would benevolents.
The indifferent group was the largest of the four equity sensitivity groups ranging from 36.