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Bypassing bypassing John Protzko & Jonathan Schooler The purpose of this study was to test whether judgments of responsibility for good compared to bad outcomes would be differentially sensitive to bypassing -the tendency for uncontrollable factor (e.g. action caused by a brain tumor) contributes to a behavior. Our prediction was that people would be sensitive to bypassing for bad behaviors but no...


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