Title

Is Lying Less Wrong in a Foreign Language? Everyday Moral Reasoning and the Moral Foreign Language Effect in the Absence of Outcome Information

Major

Cognitive Science (CGSC)

Category of Work

Comps

Additional Category of Work

Prizes/Awards

Group or Individual

Individual

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

Class Year

2017

Date of Submission

Thu, 18 May 2017 20:05:49 GMT

Year of Graduation

2017

Other Department or Program

Cognitive Science

Comps Adviser(s)

Galotti, Kathleen; Decker, Jason

Components of Work

Text (paper), Presentation

Award

Roy O. Elveton Prize Distinction

Identifier (Includes All Files and Enter All Their Files Name)

soterl_2017_CGSC_paper.pdf; soterl_2017_CGSC_presentation.pdf

Keywords

moral foreign language effect; moral cognition; everyday moral reasoning; deontology; consequentialism; moral psychology

Access

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Student Work Completed Date

2017-04-17

Format

application/pdf

Rights Management

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