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Although most would agree that we should strive to do good consistently, an open debate in sequential moral behavior is if doing one good deed elicits more good deeds (consistency) or liberates subsequent anti-social behavior (licensing). One attempt (Conway and Peetz, 2012; Study 1) at reconciling contradicting predictions posits conceptual abstraction moderates if past moral deeds elicit consistency or licensing. The authors found recalling moral behavior in the distant past leads todoi:10.31234/osf.io/4uvys fatcat:o6lp7y4omvawrhxcqmufkxzfbq