Short answer question ** fill in the blanks question** Trust is = the willingness to be vulnerable. That the other person has good intentions/actions toward us. Disposition-based trust: trust that is rooted in ones own personality, as opposed to a careful assessment of a trustee"s trustworthiness. Rooted in your personality (nature vs. nurture) Experiences shape level of trust (national differences) Who you are at your very core. Cognition-based trust: trust that is rooted in rational assessment of authority"s trustworthiness. ), integrity (does this person have a desirable set of values/principles) Affect-based trust: trust that depends on feelings toward the authority that go beyond any rational assessment of trustworthiness. May supplement the other types of trust. Trust propensity: a general expectation that words, promises, and statements of individuals can be relied upon (disposition-based trust) Justice= reflects the perceived fairness of an authority"s decision making. Employees want to be treated fairly, which increases the trust in the other party.