Is Lying Less Wrong in a Foreign Language? Everyday Moral Reasoning and the Moral Foreign Language Effect in the Absence of Outcome Information
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Cognitive Science (CGSC)
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Galotti, Kathleen; Decker, Jason
Roy O. Elveton Prize Distinction
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moral foreign language effect, moral cognition, everyday moral reasoning, deontology, consequentialism, moral psychology
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