Valence of agents and recipients modulates the side-effect effect

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The side-effect effect (SEE) demonstrates that the valence of an unintended side effect influences judgments of intentionality; people assess harmful (helpful) side effects as (un)intentional. Evidence from a few single-item or limited-item experiments suggests that the SEE can be modulated by the valence of the agent (the person causing the side effect) and the recipient (the person or entity aff...


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