Productive manpower differentiates developed countries from the undeveloped ones. Studies have indicated that human resources in the developed countrids have high self-esteem and internal locus of control. Therefore, strategic plans have intended to boost this trait and variable worldwide. In this article, the five-dimensional model of justice is applied to enhance self-esteem and internal locus of control. The sample included 907 students in the schools and universities. The results demonstrate that there is a significant difference and social justice and self-esteem. There is also a positive correlation between the latter and internal locus of control. On the other hand, it is confirmed that implanting justice is necessary to decrease Golem effect and learned helplessness both in educational institutions and society.