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This article proposes and tests a social-cognitive framework for examining the joint influence of situational factors and the centrality of moral identity on moral intentions and behaviors. The authors hypothesized that if a situational factor increases the current accessibility of moral identity within the working self-concept, then it strengthens the(More)
Two studies examine the extent to which moral identity and moral disengagement jointly drive reactions to war. Study 1 Wnds support for a hypothesized positive relationship between moral disengagement and the perceived morality of a highly punitive response to the perpetuators of the September 11th attacks. It also Wnds that this eVect was eliminated for(More)
Three studies examined the relationship between social dominance orientation (SDO), the experience of moral elevation, and Whites' donations to charitable organizations. Study 1 used video clips depicting acts of moral excellence to elicit a state of moral elevation (a distinctive feeling of warmth and expansion, which is accompanied by admiration,(More)
AIMS We explore young children's attitudes toward, beliefs about, and life-style associations with cigarette smoking using direct and indirect measures. DESIGN, SETTING AND PARTICIPANTS Second (n = 100) and fifth grade (n = 141) elementary school students (i.e. 7-8 and 10-11-year-olds) were excused from class and individually interviewed. METHODS(More)
This study addresses two questions: (1) when youths are exposed to advertisements for cigarettes, do they primarily see advertisements for brands or products, and (2) is there a relationship between youths' understandings of cigarette advertisements and their susceptibility to smoking? A sample of 271 participants ranging in age from 7 to 12 viewed a series(More)
a Oklahoma State University, United States b Baylor University, United States c Lancaster University, United Kingdom d University of Delaware, United States e University of Wyoming, United States f University of Lyon, France g American University, United States h Izmir University of Economics, Turkey i University of Georgia, John Carroll University j(More)
Recent statistics indicate that youth continue to engage in a wide variety of risky behaviours in spite of significant investment devoted to improving their well-being. One possible factor is a paternalistic view in understanding risk and promoting well-being. Participants in the Youth and Risk track of the Transformative Consumer Research conference(More)
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