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, Note: This table presents the direct alteration generated by the corresponding stimulus (alteration concerning health with health-related stimuli or concerning ethics with ethics-related stimuli) and in bold, the halo effect via the alteration on the other unrelated belief dimensions (alteration concerning health with ethics-related stimuli or concerning ethics with health-related stimuli)