Do subtle reminders of money change people's political views?

@article{Rohrer2015DoSR,
  title={Do subtle reminders of money change people's political views?},
  author={Doug Rohrer and Harold Pashler and Christine R. Harris},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2015},
  volume={144 4},
  pages={e73-85}
}
A number of researchers have reported studies showing that subtle reminders of money can alter behaviors and beliefs that are seemingly unrelated to money. In 1 set of studies published in this journal, Caruso, Vohs, Baxter, and Waytz (2013) found that incidental exposures to money led subjects to indicate greater support for inequality, socioeconomic differences, group-based discrimination, and free market economies. We conducted high-powered replication attempts of these 4 money priming… CONTINUE READING
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