Political Ideology Predicts Attitudes toward Moral Transgressors

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Abstract: We combine recent theoretical advances in the study of morality with a burgeoning interest in the predictive power of political orientation to test new hypotheses concerning impression formation. In two studies (total N = 3,881), the valence and extremity of newly-formed attitudes depended upon U.S. participants’ political ideology and the moral content of information used to induce the ...

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