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**Data Description** All of our (anonymized) data are available in the `FMR+All+Data.csv` file contained [herein][1]. Each row of the data corresponds to a single participant's survey responses. For our studies, the dependent variable (DV) of interest is the participant mean response which is given in the `Response` column. For each participant, this is the average of her responses to each of the `Horace kills his child…` and `Dylan stabs a passerby…` survey questions. Two factors are considered: `Identity` and `Interaction`. The Identity factor consists in the `Sam` (Same-Culture), `Mamilon` (Other-Culture), and `Pentar` (Extraterrestrial) conditions, while the Interaction factor consists in `Interaction` and `NoInteraction` conditions. Data on age, sex, and the number of ethics/moral philosophy courses take were also gathered and are included in the data set. ---------- A table and plot summarizing of our data as broken down by condition (`Identity` and `Interaction`) are provided bellow. ![Table of study data.][2] ---------- ![Figure of study data.][3] *Caption.* In the figure above, error bars indicate the 95% confidence intervals. [1]: [2]: [3]: ----------
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