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When facing sacrificial dilemmas in which harm maximizes outcomes, people appear sensitive to three moral principles: They are more averse to actively causing harm than passively allowing it (action principle), more averse to causing harm directly than indirectly (contact principle), and more averse to causing harm as a means than as a by-product of helping others (intention principle). Across five studies and a meta-analysis (N = 1218), we examined whether individual differences in people'sdoi:10.31234/osf.io/psd47 fatcat:xkn5tpufsrdhziwmrdb7aiykhe