The flexibility of punishment goals - Experiment 1

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Description: Materials and data accompanying experiment 1 of the manuscript "Is it all about retribution? The flexibility of punishment goals"

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Current literature suggests that laypeople’s punishment is primarily driven by retributive reasons (i.e., to give offender their just deserts) rather than utilitarian purposes such as special prevention (i.e., to prevent recidivism of the offender) or general prevention (i.e., to prevent the imitation of the crime by others). One explanation for this may be that individuals tend to focus on salien...

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    Materials and data accompanying experiment 2 of the manuscript "Is it all about retribution? The flexibility of punishment goals"

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