Benjamin, A. J., Jr., & *Oelke, S. E. (2016). Framing effects on attitudes toward torture. Kommunikáció, Média, Gazdaság, 13 (1), 229-241.
Update: A later replication of Experiment 2 (using identical protocols) actually fits in with a pattern the Open Science Foundation reported in 2015. The finding in this case was still statistically significant, but the effect size was noticeably smaller in the replication study than in the original. So some potential for a decline effect there. I really need to write up the replication attempt, noting that it was not a faithful replication in terms of effect size, but still appeared to be statistically significant. I am a bit more cautious about the effectiveness framing approach we used to influence attitudes toward torture as a result.