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<p>This study is a replication of Replication of Eskine, K. J., Kacinik, N. A., & Prinz, J. J. (2011) at Illinois Institute of Technology Spring 2016. This page will contain study materials and instructions from compiled authors. The study aims to test the effects of taste on moral judgments. In this study participants were exposed to one of three conditions: a sweet beverage, a bitter beverage, or water. They were then asked to rate certain scenerios on a judgment scale of morally right or wrong. </p> <p>In the Files section one can find access to the vignettes, consent forms for all conditions (sweet, bitter, water), as well as debriefing forms, and IRB approval for replication.</p>
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