Title

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

Date of Graduation

2017

Date of Submission

Thu, 18 May 2017 20:05:49 GMT

Class Year

2017

Major

Cognitive Science (CGSC)

Other Department or Program

Cognitive Science

Comps Adviser(s)

Galotti, Kathleen; Decker, Jason

Category of Work

Comps

Additional Category of Work

Prizes/Awards

Group or Individual

Individual

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

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

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Rights Management

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Student Work Completed Date

2017-04-17

Format

application/pdf

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