Smartphone Study on Morality in Everyday Life

Wilhelm Hofmann of the Center for Decision Research at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business sent us a note about a new study he and his colleagues are conducting on everyday morality. If you live in the United States or Canada, and you have a smartphone with Internet access and the ability to receive texts, you can sign up to participate here.

As a participant, you’ll be asked to respond to short surveys on your phone over the period of a few days. The researchers, Hofmann explains, will focus on how things like “religious affiliation and political opinions influence how people experience and react to moral behaviors in everyday life.” On a personal level, it’s a chance for you to gain some insight into how you think about moral issues.

Category: Morals


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