The effects of implicit religious primes on dictator game allocations: A preregistered replication experiment.

@article{Gomes2015TheEO,
  title={The effects of implicit religious primes on dictator game allocations: A preregistered replication experiment.},
  author={Cristina M. Gomes and Michael E. Mccullough},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2015},
  volume={144 6},
  pages={e94-104}
}
Shariff and Norenzayan (2007) discovered that people allocate more money to anonymous strangers in a dictator game following a scrambled sentence task that involved words with religious meanings. We conducted a direct replication of key elements of Shariff and Norenzayan's (2007) Experiment 2, with some additional changes. Specifically, we (a) collected data from a much larger sample of participants (N = 650); (b) added a second religious priming condition that attempted to prime thoughts of… CONTINUE READING
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