Table 1 Standardized betas for regressions using political ideology, education, age, and gender

From: Ideological differences in the expanse of the moral circle

Study Outcome measure Political ideology Education Age Gender
1a Romantic love 0.01 0.05* −0.02 −0.10**
1a Love of family 0.10** 0.05** −0.07** −0.14**
1a Love of friends −0.05** −0.01 −0.015 −0.17**
1a Love of all others −0.17** 0.01 0.175** −0.19**
1b Nationalism 0.45** −0.06** 0.19** −0.035**
1b Universalism −0.42** −0.06** 0.18** −0.13**
1c Identification with community 0.08** 0.06** 0.085** −0.13**
1c Identification with country 0.285** 0.01 0.15** −0.10**
1c Identification with all humanity −0.33** −0.03** 0.04** −0.155**
2a Preference for looseness versus tightness −0.20** 0.01 −0.02 0.003
2a Preference for color diversity −0.03+ −0.04* 0.23** −0.05**
2b Preference for looseness versus tightness −0.12** 0.02 −0.06* 0.03
2b Preference for circle versus triangle −0.07** −0.04 −0.01 −0.05+
3a Personal moral allocation to humans 0.34** −0.01 −0.09 0.12
3a Ideal moral allocation to humans 0.28** −0.01 −0.04 0.18*
3a Weighted personal moral circle −0.35** −0.03 0.07 −0.11
3a Weighted ideal moral circle −0.26** −0.02 0.01 −0.15+
3b Proportion moral allocation to humans 0.13* 0.15* 0.08 0.13*
3b Total moral allocation 0.055 0.03 −0.01 −0.09
3b Moral allocation to humans 0.056 0.03 −0.01 −0.09
3b Moral allocation to nonhumans 0.055 0.03 −0.01 −0.09
  1. Notes: +p < 0.09; *p < 0.05; **p< 0.01. Effect of gender for moral allocation to humans (Study 3b) becomes marginally significant (p = 0.062) when including the one participant whose total allocation falls outside of 3SD of the mean