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Third-party judgment and the follow-up punishment might be susceptible to the way we frame (i.e., verbally describe) a norm violation. We conducted two experiments to investigate this "third-party framing effect" phenomenon. Participants observed an anonymous player A decided whether to retain her/his economic benefit while exposing player B to a risk of physical pain (described as "harming others" or "not helping others" in two frames), then they had a chance to punish A at their own cost.doi:10.1101/2021.01.11.426181 fatcat:csh5wnzblrhspn6p5d3zc3ddlu