When judging the morality of actions, people are influenced by factors such as social norms, the salience of victims, and their own emotional responses.  Current research in our lab examines how these factors operate differently in digital versus face-to-face contexts to influence moral judgments.  For instance, our research examines how characteristics of digital communities, such as enhanced mechanisms for reputation tracking (e.g., likes and upvotes) and deficiencies in social cues, shape people’s evaluations of moral content.  Other projects examine whether repeated exposure to moralized content via digital media dulls or intensifies people’s moral convictions and activism.