Please request free-of-charge test materials and norms on social knowledge and moral motivations
per e-mail from rzahn @ translational-cognitive-neuroscience.org if you cannot find them attached here:
- Social concept discrimination task (Zahn et al., Brain 2009)
- Norms on social and animal function concepts as used in (Zahn et al., PNAS 2007, Cerebral Cortex 2009 and Brain 2009)
- Value-related moral sentiment task (different versions) including norms on guilt, indignation/anger towards self and other, pride, gratitude, disgust/contempt towards self and other, shame, embarrassment as used in (Zahn et al., Cerebral Cortex 2009, Green et al. Archives of General Psychiatry 2012, Green et al., Psychopathology 2012).
- The Phone pre-screening interview used in Green et al., Archives of General Psychiatry, 2012 is contained as an Appendix in the attached version of the Online Only Materials (see attached below)
- The conceptual social knowledge differentiation (CSKD) task as described in our 2013 paper (Green et al Soc Nsci 2013 free download) is attached below (free for non-commercial use and modification), please do not hesitate to get in touch with rzahn @ translational-cognitive-neuroscience.org if you have any questions or would like a copy of our normative data. There are two versions of the task, one starting with positive actions, and one with negative actions, this is to be randomised across participants to exclude order effects. The order of stimuli is fully randomised but you need to order them by the random number column for each participant (see word document with task instructions).