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Title Reference to Original Report of Finding Brief Statement of Original Result Type of Replication AttemptedResult TypeDifference? Number of SubjectsNumber of Subjects in Original Study Year in which Replication Attempt was MadeName of Investigators Tags How to Cite this Posting
Cleanliness Primes Less Severe Moral Judgments View More Details of Posting!Schnall, S., Benton, J. and Harvey, S. (2008). With a clean conscience: Cleanliness reduces the severity of moral judgments. Psychological Science, 19, 1219-1222. View Article Participants who were exposed to cleanliness primes gave less severe moral judgments compared to participants in the control condition. Fairly Direct ReplicationSuccessful Replication Same Direction, .04 60 40 2013Melissa Besman, Caton Dubensky, Leanna Dunsmore and Kimberly DaubmanSocial Psychology View

APA Style

Melissa Besman, Caton Dubensky, Leanna Dunsmore and Kimberly Daubman. Cleanliness Primes Less Severe Moral Judgments. (2013, February 23). Retrieved 22:37, August 18, 2017 from http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTQ5

MLA Style

"Cleanliness Primes Less Severe Moral Judgments" Melissa Besman, Caton Dubensky, Leanna Dunsmore and Kimberly Daubman. 23 Feb 2013 12:49 18 Aug 2017, 22:37 <http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTQ5>

MHRA Style

'Cleanliness Primes Less Severe Moral Judgments', Melissa Besman, Caton Dubensky, Leanna Dunsmore and Kimberly Daubman, , 23 February 2013 12:49 <http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTQ5> [accessed 18 August 2017]

Chicago Style

"Cleanliness Primes Less Severe Moral Judgments", Melissa Besman, Caton Dubensky, Leanna Dunsmore and Kimberly Daubman, , http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTQ5 (accessed August 18, 2017)

CBE/CSE Style

Cleanliness Primes Less Severe Moral Judgments [Internet]. Melissa Besman, Caton Dubensky, Leanna Dunsmore and Kimberly Daubman; 2013 Feb 23, 12:49 [cited 2017 Aug 18]. Available from: http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTQ5
Cleanliness primes do not influence moral judgment View More Details of Posting!Schnall, S., Benton, J. and Harvey, S. (2008). With a clean conscience: Cleanliness reduces the severity of moral judgments. Psychological Science, 19, 1219-1222. View Article Participants exposed to cleanliness primes (relative to neutral primes) made less severe moral judgments. Fairly Direct ReplicationFailure to Replicate Opposite Direction, .58 731 40 2013David Johnson, Felix Cheung, Brent DonnellanSocial Cognition, Social Psychology View

APA Style

David Johnson, Felix Cheung, Brent Donnellan. Cleanliness primes do not influence moral judgment. (2014, January 01). Retrieved 22:37, August 18, 2017 from http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTcy

MLA Style

"Cleanliness primes do not influence moral judgment" David Johnson, Felix Cheung, Brent Donnellan. 01 Jan 2014 22:06 18 Aug 2017, 22:37 <http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTcy>

MHRA Style

'Cleanliness primes do not influence moral judgment', David Johnson, Felix Cheung, Brent Donnellan, , 01 January 2014 22:06 <http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTcy> [accessed 18 August 2017]

Chicago Style

"Cleanliness primes do not influence moral judgment", David Johnson, Felix Cheung, Brent Donnellan, , http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTcy (accessed August 18, 2017)

CBE/CSE Style

Cleanliness primes do not influence moral judgment [Internet]. David Johnson, Felix Cheung, Brent Donnellan; 2014 Jan 01, 22:06 [cited 2017 Aug 18]. Available from: http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTcy
Clean Thoughts Lead to Less Severe Moral Judgment View More Details of Posting!Schnall, S., Benton, J., & Harvey, S. (2008). With a Clean Conscience: Cleanliness Reduces The Severity Of Moral Judgments. Psychological Science, 19(12), 1219-1222. View Article Activating thoughts about cleanliness reduces the severity of moral judgments. Fairly Direct ReplicationSuccessful Replication Same Direction, .03 60 40 2014Julia Arbesfeld, Tricia Collins, Demetrius Baldwin, Kimberly DaubmanSocial Psychology View

APA Style

Julia Arbesfeld, Tricia Collins, Demetrius Baldwin, Kimberly Daubman. Clean Thoughts Lead to Less Severe Moral Judgment. (2014, February 13). Retrieved 22:37, August 18, 2017 from http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTc3

MLA Style

"Clean Thoughts Lead to Less Severe Moral Judgment" Julia Arbesfeld, Tricia Collins, Demetrius Baldwin, Kimberly Daubman. 13 Feb 2014 08:16 18 Aug 2017, 22:37 <http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTc3>

MHRA Style

'Clean Thoughts Lead to Less Severe Moral Judgment', Julia Arbesfeld, Tricia Collins, Demetrius Baldwin, Kimberly Daubman, , 13 February 2014 08:16 <http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTc3> [accessed 18 August 2017]

Chicago Style

"Clean Thoughts Lead to Less Severe Moral Judgment", Julia Arbesfeld, Tricia Collins, Demetrius Baldwin, Kimberly Daubman, , http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTc3 (accessed August 18, 2017)

CBE/CSE Style

Clean Thoughts Lead to Less Severe Moral Judgment [Internet]. Julia Arbesfeld, Tricia Collins, Demetrius Baldwin, Kimberly Daubman; 2014 Feb 13, 08:16 [cited 2017 Aug 18]. Available from: http://www.PsychFileDrawer.org/replication.php?attempt=MTc3

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