The experiment, which took place in the Czech Republic, Japan, and the USA, tested whether religious music decreases dishonest behavior in comparison to secular music, white noise, or no music at all playing during the “Dots game”. The study did not detect any effect of auditory cues on dishonest behavior, not even with an interaction between auditory cues and religious affiliation of the participants. However, interactions between the auditory cues and religiosity of participants, and between auditory cues and ritual participation were found. Specifically, religious music decreased dishonest behavior in participants who often attend rituals and whose religious affiliation matched the religious cue.
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