Developing brief versions of the Moral Foundations Vignettes using a genetic algorithm-based approach.

@article{Crone2020DevelopingBV,
  title={Developing brief versions of the Moral Foundations Vignettes using a genetic algorithm-based approach.},
  author={Damien L. Crone and Joshua Ju-suk Rhee and Simon M. Laham},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  year={2020}
}
The time-efficient assessment of moral values using systematically validated measures is a high priority in moral psychology research. However, few such options exist for researchers working with Moral Foundations Theory, one of the most popular theories in moral psychology. Across two samples totaling 1336 participants (756 Australian undergraduates and 580 American Mechanical Turk workers), we used a genetic algorithm-based (GA) approach to construct and validate abbreviated versions of the… 
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