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Christopher Ring, Maria Kavussanu and Benjamin Walters

is guided by moral standards, and potential deviations from moral standards are typically constrained by affective self-sanctions, such as feelings of guilt about any planned action. The existence of this self-sanctioning phenomenon is well established in the context of doping (e.g.,  Kavussanu

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Maria Kavussanu and Christopher Ring

& Kavussanu, 2017 ). Although moral standards are assumed to regulate behavior via affective self-sanctions, people do not always act as they should. They are able to engage in transgressive behavior without feeling bad about it, via the use of cognitive mechanisms, known as moral disengagement. Bandura