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The authors studied the general proposition that because social comparisons are so central to how people react to pay, the effect of an important pay condition likely depends on a social pay comparison that is relevant to that condition. To investigate this, the authors used actual pay data on more than 2,000 public school teachers across more than 400 school districts and tested whether pay equity perceptions resulted from interactions among objective measures of structural (pay dispersion,doi:10.1037/0021-9010.91.6.1260 pmid:17100483 fatcat:tpz7ah5navcj7kjehhbx26ende