Study 1 - Investigating the influence of the agent's Job Role on the Side-Effect Effect; The RISC Project

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Description: This study will investigate how intention is viewed. That is, whether or not an action was planned. Additionally, it will investigate how much particular actions deserve praise or blame. Vignettes will vary between high- and low-ranking jobs, and the side-effect will vary between helpful and harmful. It is predicted that there will be a difference in the reported levels of perceived intention between high- and low-ranking job roles. It is further predicted that participants will attribute high levels of blame for harmful side-effects and low levels of praise for helpful side-effects. Data will be analysed with mixed effects modelling in R. N=100

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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