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2009c) described four experiments that tested whether the typicality of a value instantiation influences subsequent behavior. All four experiments instantiated the value of equality within the context of decisions to hire a senior executive. The experiments then assessed egalitarian behavior in the modified minimal group paradigm used by Maio et al. (2001). The first experiment tested whether the contemplation of arguments for and against the value of equality is more likely to elicit egalitarian behavior when people are asked to think about equality for women, who are a typical target of the value’s application, than when participants are asked to think about equality for left handers, who are an atypical target of the value’s application.
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If an importance rating for a consensually shared value brings to mind a feeling, then participants should be quicker at giving a feeling after the importance judgment than after providing the definition, and this 22 Gregory R. Maio facilitation difference should be weaker for recollections of behaviors and cognitions. , 2009a). This difference in facilitation effects was significantly attenuated in a set of 20 values that were lowest in consensual importance. Thus, these results supported the hypothesis that emotions are the primary source of information for consensually important values.