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Society & Animals
The study explores the influence of relative pronouns who or that on attributions of humanness across four categories of entities (unnamed nonhuman animals, named animals, machines, and people). Eighty-three university students performed an attribution task where they saw a priming phrase containing one category item with either who or that (e.g., deer who are ...) and then two trait attribute items (Uniquely Human UH/ Human Nature HN word pairs; e.g., distant-nervous), from which they selecteddoi:10.1163/15685306-12341482 fatcat:wbu5yhnp2nc3hkub4jtkfddunu