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Associations Between Moral Disengagement, Negative Self-Evaluation, and Morally Injurious Behavior in Young People - Dataset

Macquarie University
Aileen Luo (Aggregated by) Kay Bussey (Aggregated by)
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Corresponding data for the study "Associations Between Moral Disengagement, Negative Self-Evaluation, and Morally Injurious Behavior in Young People". This study investigates the moderating effect of moral disengagement on negative self-evaluation when committing morally injurious behavior. Participants were 307 undergraduate students who completed validated  measures of morally injurious conduct (committed with agency, and under duress), moral disengagement, and negative self-evaluation (shame and guilt). Findings demonstrated that the role of moral disengagement in attenuating negative self-evaluation was present in conduct committed under duress, and not in conduct committed with agency.

Issued: 2023-06-08

Created: 2023-06-08

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