Folk Moral Relativism & The Cooperation Thesis

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Description: We replicate the results of the Sarkissian et al (2011) study on folk moral relativism and test a distinct hypothesis: that the promise of future cooperative interactions can increases participants' tendency to objectify moral judgments.

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We replicate the survey results of Study 1 of Sarkissian et al's (2011) Folk Moral Relativism and test a distinct hypothesis—the cooperation thesis—that the promise of future cooperative interactions can increases participants' tendency to objectify moral judgments. Here we share our study hypotheses, analysis plan, methods & procedures, all of our (anonymized) data, and the results of statistical...

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  • 1. Hypotheses

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  • 2. Procedure

    Description of study survey with screenshots.

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  • 3. Data

    All of the (anonymized) data gathered for our experiments along with visualizations of results.

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  • 4. Statistical Analysis

    Summary of results of statistical tests along with R files.

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