Craig A. Wendorf, Ph.D.

2000 Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
Social Psychology, Educational Psychology Education, Sociology of Education
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Sheldon Alexander grad student 2000 Wayne State
 (Justice contextual effects in the classroom: Influences on students' satisfaction and judgments about what is important.)
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Lucas T, Kamble SV, Wu MS, et al. (2016) Distributive and Procedural Justice for Self and Others: Measurement Invariance and Links to Life Satisfaction in Four Cultures Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 47: 234-248
Lucas T, Zhdanova L, Wendorf CA, et al. (2013) Procedural and Distributive Justice Beliefs for Self and Others: Multilevel Associations with Life Satisfaction and Self-Rated Health Journal of Happiness Studies. 14: 1325-1341
Wendorf CA, Lucas T, Imamoǧlu EO, et al. (2011) Marital satisfaction across three cultures: Does the number of children have an impact after accounting for other marital demographics? Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 42: 340-354
Gervasio AH, Wendorf CA, Yoder NF. (2010) Validating a psychology as a helping profession scale Teaching of Psychology. 37: 107-113
Lucas T, Parkhill MR, Wendorf CA, et al. (2008) Cultural and evolutionary components of marital satisfaction: A multidimensional assessment of measurement invariance Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 39: 109-123
Franks MM, Wendorf CA, Gonzalez R, et al. (2004) Aid and influence: Health-promoting exchanges of older married partners Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 21: 431-445
Lucas TW, Wendorf CA, Imamoglu EO, et al. (2004) Marital satisfaction in four cultures as a function of homogamy, male dominance and female attractiveness Sexualities, Evolution and Gender. 6: 97-130
Wendorf CA, Alexander S, Firestone IJ. (2002) Social justice and moral reasoning: An empirical integration of two paradigms in psychological research Social Justice Research. 15: 19-39
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