Running head: PROTECTED VALUES AND FRAMING EFFECTS Protected Values: No Omission Bias and No Framing effects


Previous studies suggest that people holding protected values show a bias against harmful acts as opposed to harmful omissions (omission bias). Protected values (PVs) have been seen as grounded in deontological moral rules to avoid causing harm. The present study 1) investigated the relationship between PVs and acts of commission versus omission in risky… (More)


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