Data from an experimental study, using the Wason selection task (Wason 1968)
to examine whether humans have cognitive adaptations for detecting violations
of rules in multiple moral domains. Moral domains are operationalized in
terms of the five domains of the Moral Foundations Questionnaire
(Graham et al. 2011).
These data were simulated using the
synthpop, based on the characteristics of the original data.
A data.frame with 887 rows and 12 columns.
|sex|| ||Participant sex|
|age|| ||Participant age|
|nationality|| ||Participant nationality|
|politics|| ||How would you define your political opinions? Likert type scale, from 1 (Liberal) to 6 (Conservative)|
|WasonOrder|| ||Was the Wason task presented before, or after the MFQ?|
|Harm|| ||MFQ harm domain.|
|Fairness|| ||MFQ fairness domain.|
|Loyalty|| ||MFQ loyalty domain.|
|Purity|| ||MFQ purity domain.|
|Tasktype|| ||How was the Wason task framed?|
|GotRight|| ||Did the participant give the correct answer to the Wason task?|
Sivan, J., Curry, O. S., & Van Lissa, C. J. (2018). Excavating the Foundations: Cognitive Adaptations for Multiple Moral Domains. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 4(4), 408–419. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40806-018-0154-8 DOI:10.1007/s40806-018-0154-8
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