Effects of societal situations on redistribution, expected moral behaviour, and preference for authoritarian governance

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This archive relates to the paper '‘If men were angels, no government would be necessary’: intuitive theories of human nature and preference for authoritarian leaders' by Daniel Nettle and Rebecca Saxe. It contains pre-registered protocols plus data and R code for studies 1-4. For study 5, the correlational study based on the World Values Survey, the R code is included but the data need to be ob...

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