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**Original Citation:** Shnabel, Nurit, and Arie Nadler. "A needs-based model of reconciliation: satisfying the differential emotional needs of victim and perpetrator as a key to promoting reconciliation." Journal of personality and social psychology 94.1 (2008): 116. **Target of replication:** The current study seeks to replicate the findings that participants in the perpetrator condition would indicate a need for social acceptance and be more likely to reconcile after their sense of moral acceptance was restored, whereas participant in the victim condition would indicate a need for power and would be more likely to reconcile after their sense of power was restored. It specifically focuses on the interaction between message and role in the after condition. More detail can be found in the replication report.
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