Morality in the flesh: On the link between bodily self-consciousness, moral identity and (dis)honest behaviour - Data for testing new hypotheses and script

Published: 26 August 2022| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/84tz3jkhr3.2
Contributors:
Marina Scattolin,
Maria Serena Panasiti,
Salvatore Maria Aglioti

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The datasets collected in the studies reported in Scattolin, M., Panasiti, M.S., & Aglioti, S.M. (2022), “Morality in the flesh: On the link between bodily self-consciousness, moral identity and (dis)honest behaviour" (doi: 10.1098/rsos.220061) and available for testing new hypotheses can be found in file "For_Testing_Study1_eH_WP1_L1.xlsx" and "For_Testing_Study2_eH_WP1_L1.xlsx". Variables contained in these datasets are defined in file "README_eH_WP1_L1.txt". The R script used for the analyses reported in Scattolin, M., Panasiti, M.S., & Aglioti, S.M. (2022), “Morality in the flesh: On the link between bodily self-consciousness, moral identity and (dis)honest behaviour" (doi: 10.1098/rsos.220061) can be found in file "Analysis_eH_WP1_L1.R". If you wish to replicate the analysis reported in Scattolin, M., Panasiti, M. S., & Aglioti, S. M. (2022) "Morality in the flesh: on the link between bodily self-consciousness, moral identity and (dis)honest behaviour" (doi: 10.1098/rsos.220061) and want to receive the full dataset, contact Marina Scattolin (marina.scattolin@iit.it) or Salvatore Maria Aglioti (salvatoremaria.aglioti@uniroma1.it).

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Psychology, Moral Cognition, Morality

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