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Reader Comments (4)

How does resentment forming and disgust figure into this?

It appears that disgust would be more a group membership feedback than a self affirming criteria. In that case, could disgust be used as an indication of pathological propensity?

Nit alert: two "not a"s in one of the paragraphs of section 2.1.

December 21, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterJohn F Pittman

@JohnPitmann--

stay tuned for more on disgust...

Thanks for catching the glitch; maybe can be fixed for journal version

December 22, 2016 | Registered CommenterDan Kahan

Dan:

I was all set to read this paper but then I saw it uses the word "meme." So, no.

December 23, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterAndrew Gelman

@AndrewGelman

That's perfectly reasonable. I refuse to read anyting that uses term "double down..."

But how about read *this* one, then-- doesn't use word meme.

December 24, 2016 | Registered CommenterDan Kahan

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