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<p><strong>Original citation:</strong> KD Vohs, JW Schooler (2008). The value of believing in free will: encouraging a belief in determinism increases cheating. Psychological Science, 19.1: 49-54.</p> <p><strong>Target of replication:</strong> The key analyses in support of this focused on differences in cheating rates between conditions, and on correlations between the manipulation check (the free will scale by Paulhus & Margesson, 1994) and the cheating outcome.</p> <p>Most RPP studies are replications of the final experiment in the paper. We chose Study 1 because of the financial infeasibility of doing Study 2 with adequate power, given that participants could receive up to 15 USD pay and the original author alerted us to errors in the article's analysis pointed out by a reader after publication, so that the correct effect size was lower than that published.</p>
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