That can be tested on these data, just by looking at the first of the 3 questions that each participant got, since the post says that “Participants were asked about the likelihood of humans going extinct in 50, 100, and 500 years (presented in a random order).”

I expect that there was a fair amount of scope insensitivity. e.g., That people who got the “probability of extinction within 50 years” question first gave larger answers to the other questions than people who got the “probability of extinction within 500 years” question first.

That can be tested on these data, just by looking at the first of the 3 questions that each participant got, since the post says that “Participants were asked about the likelihood of humans going extinct in 50, 100, and 500 years (presented in a random order).”

I expect that there was a fair amount of scope insensitivity. e.g., That people who got the “probability of extinction within 50 years” question first gave larger answers to the other questions than people who got the “probability of extinction within 500 years” question first.

Do you know if this platform allows participants to go back? (I assumed it did, which is why I thought a separate study would be necessary.)