The Effects of Age and Sex on Saving Pets Over Humans

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Description: We provided 122 participants with moral dilemmas in which they were forced to save their pet or a human (infant, 40-year-old, or 80-year-old) from death. As predicted, participants were more likely to save their pet as human age increased, and women were more likely than men to save the pet.


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