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Justice theory explains that an actor in an investment-reward context will produce a justice perception of a group based on his/her reward. Previous research on justice also showed that the impact of under reward is larger than the impact of over reward in producing justice perception. Therefore, it can be predicted that a series of unjust rewards has its own effect on justice perception. However, little research dealt with justice perception in a sequential process. In everyday life, an actor usually interacts with a reward system continuously rather than a single time. Thus it is necessary to examine the effect of reward system in a time dimension.