Support for social transfers

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Description: There is a preprint write-up of this project at: https://psyarxiv.com/kupqv/. Please note that the study numbering on OSF does not correspond to that in the paper. Studies 1 and 2 on OSF are described in the paper as pilots. Studies 3-8 on OSF are described as 1-6 in the paper.

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This is an umbrella project for a series of studies investigating the social cognition underling support for, or opposition to, social transfer arrangements. All contemporary economies feature some institutionalised arrangements for transferring resources from some citizens to others; for example, welfare or social security systems. The generosity and design features of these institutions differ ...

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