Psychology data from an exploration of the effect of anticipatory stress on disgust vs. non-disgust related moral judgments

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Description: This dataset can be used in (meta) research on, for instance, moral judgment and incidental vs. inherent emotions. It is meant for reuse, further exploratory analyses (please consider preregistering analysis plan) and future collaborations are encouraged. Preprint: https://psyarxiv.com/8gfk4/ Curate Science record: https://curatescience.org/app/author/anna-vant-veer#168

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In this lab-based experiment (N = 185) we tested the effect of anticipatory stress on moral condemnation. The data covers severity ratings for vignettes of two content types: vignettes with an inherent disgust-eliciting element (e.g., eating human flesh) and without (e.g., lying on a resume). Participants in the anticipatory stress condition rated the vignettes as more morally wrong, and disgust-e...

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