Musicality changes our moral decisions: Why people judge musical entities to be more wrong to harm

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Description: Poster presentation at Brain Cognition Emotions & Music virtual conference in May 2020. Scroll down for a link to the pdf poster as well as a video recording of the presentation.

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A growing literature shows that music drives prosocial behavior (Clarke, DeNora, & Vuoskoski, 2015). Why does this occur? We propose a novel hypothesis: Evidence of others’ musicality may promote prosociality by affecting judgments of others’ moral worth (where others fall on the continuum of moral standing, see Goodwin, 2015). If so, simply knowing about others’ musicality should affect moral dec...

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