Table 1 Person- and system-directed emotions as a function of economic system justification (ESJ) and video type (homeless vs. control) in Study 1.

From: Economic system justification predicts muted emotional responses to inequality

 Video typeESJ × Video type
Person-directed emotions
Sadness63.708 (2.841)***−9.274 (2.594)***
Pity57.336 (2.774)***−10.729 (2.809)***
Empathy53.708 (3.129)***−7.363 (3.061)*
Anger13.448 (2.221)***    0.747 (2.112)
Disgust   7.528 (2.038)***    1.695 (1.823)
Guilt30.023 (2.876)***−3.008 (3.051)
System-directed emotions
Anger   36.393 (2.924)***−10.448 (3.000)***
Sadness   45.074 (2.800)***−9.532 (2.922)***
Disgust   36.762 (3.086)***−13.338 (3.149)***
Guilt26.475 (2.897)***−3.917 (2.934)
Pride−18.327 (2.660)***−2.054 (2.817)
Hope−10.390 (2.626)***−0.467 (2.928)
  1. ***p < 0.001, *p < 0.05. Cells contain unstandardized coefficients and their SEs (in parentheses). Video type is coded such that 1 = homeless and 0 = control. Emotions were rated on a 0–100 scale