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In this article, we explore how independently reported measures of subjects' cognitive capabilities, preferences, and sociodemographic characteristics relate to their behavior in a real-effort moral dilemma experiment. To do this,

In this article, we explore how independently reported measures of subjects' cognitive capabilities, preferences, and sociodemographic characteristics relate to their behavior in a real-effort moral dilemma experiment. To do this, we use a unique dataset, the Chapman Preferences and Characteristics Instrument Set (CPCIS), which contains over 30 standardized measures of preferences and characteristics. We find that simple correlation analysis provides an incomplete picture of how individual measures relate to behavior.

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    • 2016-10-25
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01464
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    Bejarano, H. D., Green, E. P., & Rassenti, S. J. (2016). Angels and Demons: Using Behavioral Types in a Real-Effort Moral Dilemma to Identify Expert Traits. Frontiers in Psychology, 7. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01464

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