Morality in everyday life

@article{Hofmann2014MoralityIE,
  title={Morality in everyday life},
  author={W. Hofmann and D. Wisneski and M. Brandt and L. Skitka},
  journal={Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={345},
  pages={1340 - 1343}
}
Moral homeostasis in real life vs. the lab Individuals who witnessed a moral deed are more likely than nonwitnesses to perform a moral deed themselves and are also more likely to allow themselves to act immorally. Hofmann et al. asked smartphone users to report their encounters with morality (see the Perspective by Graham). Most moral judgment experiments are lab-based and don't allow for conclusions based on what people experience in their daily lives. This field experiment revealed that… Expand
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