Blame game study

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In their 2011 paper, Hart and AlbarracĂ­n demonstrated in three experiments that grammatical aspect influences the perceived intentionality of actions. This was true for mundane behaviors (e.g., preparing dinner) but also criminal behaviors (e.g., shooting a gun). Hart and AlbarracĂ­n found that actions described using imperfective aspect (e.g., he was shooting a gun) were perceived as more intentio...

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