Replication study of Barak-Corren & Bazerman (2017, JDM, 3).

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Description: This project tries to replicate findings of study 3 of Barak-Corren, N., & Bazerman, M. (2017). Is Saving Lives Your Task or God's? Religiosity, belief in god, and moral judgment. Judgment and Decision Making, 12(3), 280–296. Specifically the following hypothesis is to be tested: “We expect the Sunday setting to influence the moral judgment of the religious, such that religious people will be more likely to make deontological choices on Sunday versus regular days”, p. 290 specifically the reported result “On Sunday, as compared to Saturday, religious people were more likely to make a deontological choice (inaction or divert) than a utilitarian choice (push) (Divert relative to Push, χ² (1, N = 150) = 7.34, p= .007)”, p.291. The Inaction relative to Push effect was randomly not chosen from the two options. The reported χ² = 17.11, p = .029 was not chosen for replication as this seems to be the full model not only the interaction. The original paper and data can be found here: http://journal.sjdm.org/vol12.3.html (direkt link to files: http://journal.sjdm.org/16/16914/ )

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Original citation Barak-Corren, N., & Bazerman, M. (2017). Is Saving Lives Your Task or God's? Religiosity, belief in god, and moral judgment. Judgment and Decision Making, 12(3), 280–296. Target of replication The following hypothesis is to be tested: “We expect the Sunday setting to influence the moral judgment of the religious, such that religious people will be more likely to make deontological...

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