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Effects of gender and personality on everyday moral decision-making after acute stress exposure

Singer, Nina ; Sommer, Monika ; Wüst, Stefan ; Kudielka, Brigitte M.


Exposure to acute psychosocial stress has been shown to affect moral decision-making, though little is known about potential gender differences or effects of personality. In two within-subjects design studies, 179 healthy men and women (N = 99 in Study 1, N = 80 in Study 2) were exposed to the Trier Social Stress Test (TSST) and a non-stress control condition (resting period) on two testing days ...


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