The extended Moral Foundations Dictionary (eMFD): Development and applications of a crowd-sourced approach to extracting moral intuitions from text

@article{Hopp2020TheEM,
  title={The extended Moral Foundations Dictionary (eMFD): Development and applications of a crowd-sourced approach to extracting moral intuitions from text},
  author={Frederic R. Hopp and Jacob T Fisher and Devin Cornell and Richard Huskey and R. Weber},
  journal={Behavior Research Methods},
  year={2020},
  volume={53},
  pages={232-246}
}
Moral intuitions are a central motivator in human behavior. Recent work highlights the importance of moral intuitions for understanding a wide range of issues ranging from online radicalization to vaccine hesitancy. Extracting and analyzing moral content in messages, narratives, and other forms of public discourse is a critical step toward understanding how the psychological influence of moral judgments unfolds at a global scale. Extant approaches for extracting moral content are limited in… Expand

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