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Previous work has found mentally simulating events of helping others can enhance prosocial intentions. However, to date, this “prosocial simulation effect” (PSE) has only been demonstrated in North America. We provide the first preregistered replication of PSE outside of North America in a New...
Remembering intentions is critical for daily life, yet errors happen surprisingly often, even when there are fatal consequences (e.g., forgetting a baby in a car). To understand how people can forget personally important intentions, we took 192 students’ cell phones while they participated in an...
Crimes and terror acts often entail people engaging repeatedly in one type of act (e.g., buying and selling weapons). However, research shows that it is often difficult to remember specific instances of repeated, similar acts. We examined 35 real-world investigations of terrorist acts in Israel...
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