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Undergraduate psychology student Fergus Dalton, with the support and supervision of Dr. Zoe Francis, will replicate study 3 of Stellar, et al. (2018) as part of a directed studies course at the University of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford, British Columbia. This study will use a convenience sample of N = 100 undergraduate students from the University of the Fraser Valley. Participants will be recruited through SONA, an online university database for undergraduates which enables them to sign up for student research and gain credit in lower level psychology classes. Unlike the original study, our replication study has been programmed with PsyToolKit so that participants can complete the study online. We will conduct a direct replication. All materials and measures have been programmed to match the original study procedure as closely as possible. **Original Paper** The full Stellar, et al. (2018) paper can be accessed [here][1] (may require a library subscription) Stellar, J. E., Gordon, A., Anderson, C. L., Piff, P. K., McNeil, G. D., & Keltner, D. (2018). Awe and humility. *Journal of Personality and Social Psychology*, *114*(2), 258–269. [1]:
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