{"0":"The consulting firm that you work has a typical work day of 9 to 5. At 4:45pm on Thursday, you pop by Spencer\u2019s office to return his stapler before everyone heads home. Spencer and you both share the same position as a consultant at the firm, as well as the same annual salary ($60,000). You both start conversing about the performance review that happens yearly, which happened a couple months ago and is coming up in another couple of months. You found out that Spencer scored 3 out of 5 on the previous performance review. This seems to corroborate with views around the office that Spencer is an average worker, you also think that this is unlikely to change for the upcoming review, given Spencer\u2019s consistent performance. At 5pm, after your conversation, you and Spencer head home, having come in at 9am like everyone else. This isn\u2019t always the case for Spencer -- he typically attends a photography club or a photography course to pursue his interest in photography for two hours from 5pm to 7pm, twice a week. You chat with Spencer as you are both packing up your things, and the topic of passion comes up. From you can tell, Spencer is mostly passionate about what he does outside of work, in his hobbies. \u201cPhotography is so important and significant to me, and I feel excited that I can pursue the things that I care about and am most passionate about through my hobbies\u201d, he says.","1":"Another Monday rolls around, and the work week begins. You and your co-worker, a man named Mateo, stop by the coffee shop downstairs to grab a coffee. While waiting in line for coffee, you hear another employee talk about the recent performance review. When you ask Mateo, he says he got 3 out of 5 on the review. You nod, thinking that this rating corroborates with what you have seen in the past, which is that Mateo seems to be an overall good worker. As usual, Mateo came in at 9am and will leave at 5pm like everyone else. Mateo brings up the topic of his plans at 5pm. \u201cTwice a week, I usually stay at the office to continue working,\u201d he says, \u201cusually from 5pm to 7pm, so around two hours.\u201d When you inquire why he does this, Mateo says: \u201cI just care a lot about what I do at work. It means a lot to me. I think it's because I am able to pursue what I care about most through what I do at work, and not anywhere else","2":"Another week at the office has begun and you find yourself having a conversation with a co-worker, Diego, at the coffee machine. From what you know, Diego is seen as a very competent and skilled worker in the same position as you, working in the company as a consultant. You both have a similar annual salary of $60k, and you heard that Diego recently got 4.5 out of 5 in his annual performance review. Diego, like everyone else at the consulting firm, tends to come to work from 9am until 5pm.","3":"Juanita is a fellow consultant at the consulting firm that you work at. Both of you earn an annual salary of $60,000 a year, and you two are having a chat at work about the plan for an upcoming meeting. Juanita is a great at her job. You know this because the company recently went through the annual performance review, and Juanita got 4.5 out of 5. There seems to be agreement around the office that Juanita is a competent worker. Since working together with Juanita, you have observed that Juanita follows the usual office schedule, coming to work at 9am and leaving at 5pm like everyone else.","4":"Emily is a co-worker of yours, who also works as a consultant at the consulting firm that you work at. You know for a fact that Emily is seen by everyone at the firm as being exceptional at her job, and that she recently scored 4.5 out of 5 on the company\u2019s annual performance review. Both of you earn an annual salary of $60,000, and you\u2019re having a chat by the water cooler about your plans for tomorrow. \u201cLike everyone else, I usually come in tomorrow at 9am and leave around 5pm\u201d Emily says. You nod. \u201cBut, tomorrow I\u2019ll stay after to work for two more hours, until 7pm. I do that usually twice a week.\u201d The conversation shifts topics and you find yourself chatting with Emily about what is meaningful to her. \u201cTo me, it's crucial to pursue my passions through my job. That's why I am thrilled to be in this job, where I am able to do what is the most significant to me through what I do for work.\u201d Clearly, Emily mostly pursues her passion through what she does at work, and through her job.","5":"you have just finished your annual performance review, and you\u2019re leaving your manager\u2019s room to head back to the office. You notice that Malia, your co-worker, is hanging around the water cooler. You stop by to grab some water, and you and Malia start talking about the performance review. You ask Malia how she did on the review, and she tells you that she got 4.5 out of 5. Nodding, you silently think to yourself that this makes sense. Everyone at the office also seems to think that Malia is an excellent worker. Beyond work, it's clear that Malia is very passionate about her hobby outside of work. In fact, last week you had a conversation with Malia about passion, where she emphasized how excited and glad she felt that she is able to pursue her passions through her hobbies. You recall that Malia claimed to primarily pursue her passions outside of work through hobbies, and that being able to do so is really important to her. When you ask Malia about her plans for the evening, Malia says that she plans to go to a meet-up with other photography hobbyists. \u201cI typically follow the usual schedule \u2013 I come in at 9am, and I\u2019ll go home at 5pm, like everyone else\u201d, she says. \u201cBut, twice a week, I go to take photos with this photography club for two more hours, until 7pm.\u201d","6":"It is Tuesday morning and you and Abigail, a co-worker at the firm, are both at the coffee station to grab a morning coffee to start off the day. Like everyone else in the company, Abigail\u2019s day starts at 9am and like everyone else, she typically ends at 5pm. you have also noticed that she deviates from this schedule twice a week, usually leaving work to go to a local photography club from 5pm to 7pm, taking photos for two hours. In your conversion, Abigail expresses that she is very passionate about photography, and feels strongly about doing what is meaningful and important to her through her hobby. \u201cI think what I do in my hobby, photography, is what I am most passionate about,\u201d Abigail says, \u201cand that matters a lot to me.\u201d You and Abigail then shift topics to start chatting about the recent performance review, which happened a couple weeks ago. You and Abigail both work as a consultant at this firm, and he similarly earns an annual salary of $60,000. You find out that Abigail got a 3 out of 5 on her performance review, which is unsurprising to you. Over the time that you have known Abigail, she has come off as a decent worker.","7":"The work week is wrapping up, and you walk into the office on Friday morning at 9am, feeling glad that it's almost the weekend. You bump into your co-worker, Graham, who is also starting his day at 9am. You two briefly discuss the performance review that happened a week ago, and you find out that Graham scored 3 out of 5, which you think accurately reflects Graham\u2019s reputation of being a worker of average caliber. Graham is a fellow consultant who works at the same firm, and you have noticed that he has a similar schedule to you and everyone else, coming in at 9am and leaving at 5pm. You recall that you had a conversation with Graham a couple days ago when you were leaving at 5pm. He told you that he feels very passionate about what he does at work, and that he feels excited to have the opportunity to do what means the most to him on the job. From what you have seen, Graham clearly primarily feels passionate towards his work.","8":"Malcom, a co-worker at the consulting firm you work at, pops by your office one day to have a quick chat before you all leave for the weekend. As usual, he is planning to leave by 5pm, having come in at 9am, like everyone else. You and Malcom are having a chat about your mutual experience having been a consultant at this firm for two years. Malcom is clearly passionate about what he does on the job. \u201cWhat I do in my job is so important and significant to me, and I'm thrilled that I can pursue the things that I care about and am passionate about most at work\u201d, he says. Malcom and you both share the same annual salary ($60,000) at the firm and have the same position. Everyone at the company recently went through a performance review which happens yearly, and you found out that Malcom scored 4.5 out of 5 on this review. This seems to corroborate with views around the office that Malcom is an adept worker, and also corroborates with you have personally observed.","9":"You are on a break and you are chatting with Denzel, who is a coworker of yours. Denzel, similar to you, also works as a consultant in the company, and earns $60,000 for his annual salary, which is the same as your annual salary. During a recent performance review, Denzel got 3\/5. Word around the company is that Denzel is a decently competent worker, and is skilled at his job. From working with Denzel, you have observed that he typically works the usual hours, from 9am to 5pm, just like everyone else.","10":"It is the beginning of the work week and you are having a conversation with one of your coworkers, Charlie. You and Charlie work in the same position as a consultant, and you know that he earns the same annual salary as you, which is $60,000 every year. Charlie is known to be skilled at his job, and is typically seen to be very competent. In fact, he recently went through a performance review and got 4.5\/5. At the consulting firm you work at, the typical work day is from 9am to 5pm. In the time that you and Charlie have worked together, you have noticed that Charlie tends to come in from 9am to 5pm like everyone else, and that he typically leaves work to attend photography class or take photos with his photography club twice a week, from 5pm to 7pm. When you ask Charlie about this, Charlie states how important it is for him to pursue his passion outside of work in photography, which is his hobby. Specifically, he says: \u201cI feel excited that my hobbies allow me to do things that are important and significant to me.\u201d Clearly, he primarily pursues his passions though his hobbies outside of work.","11":"You and Katie are filing away some paperwork and debriefing after a meeting with a client. Katie is another consultant working at the company with you, and has been recognized as a decently skilled consultant at the firm. You and Katie both work as a consultant at this firm, and she similarly earns an annual salary of $60,000. You found out that Katie got a 3 out of 5 on her performance review, which makes sense given what you have observed from her typical performance. The employees at the consulting firm you both work at typically work the normal 9 to 5, and Katie also follows that schedule, coming in at 9am and leaving at 5pm. However, she typically attends a local photography circle for two hours after work from 5pm to 7pm, twice a week. While you two are filing away the paperwork, the topic of passion comes up. \u201cI feel that it's really crucial to pursue my passion through what I do outside of work,\u201d she states. \u201cI'm thrilled that I get to pursue what I am passionate about through my hobbies, because that is really important to me.\u201d You can tell that Katie primarily pursues what she is passionate about through hobbies outside of work.","12":"You and Brian are preparing some photocopies of paperwork for an upcoming client meeting. Brian is a fellow consultant working at the company with you, and he similarly earns an annual salary of $60,000. From your experience, Brian is an exceptionally skilled consultant at the firm. Everyone else at the office seems to hold the same impression: in fact, you recently found out that Brian got a 4.5 out of 5 on his performance review a couple months ago, which makes sense. As you both prepare the photocopies, you start talking about your plans for the evening. \u201cUsually, I come in at 9am, and go home at 5pm. You know, the typical work day at this company,\u201d Brian says, \u201cbut today I will stay after until 7pm to continue working. I usually work an extra two hours twice a week.\u201d From working with Brian, you have observed that he seems be very passionate about his work. In a conversation last week, Brian had expressed to you how important it is for him to pursue his passion at work. Specifically, he had said: \u201cI primarily pursue my passion at work, and I think that's very important to me that I am able to do that. That's also why I am thrilled that this job allows me to do those things that I feel passionate about on the job.\u201d","13":"After your lunch break, you head to the washroom to freshen up before heading back to the office. You run into Sofia, a coworker, who is also heading back to the office. Your coworker, Sofia, is an exceptional worker, and is also a consultant like you, earning $60k a year. you have heard from others and have seen for yourself that Sofia has this reputation of being very competent, which was also reflected in her annual review. Apparently, Sofia got 4.5 out of 5, further cementing this perception you hold. From working with Sofia, you have seen that she usually comes into the office to work from 9am to 5pm, the usual working day for employees in this consulting firm. You and Sofia start talking about the topic of what you find meaningful on your way back. \u201cI'm thrilled that this job lets me do what I am passionate about on the job,\u201d she says. When you ask her why, Sofia answers: \u201cI primarily pursue my passion at work. I feel strongly about being able to pursue my passion through my job\u201d.","14":"You bump into a co-worker, Madeleine, in the hallway on your way to the meeting. Madeleine waves to you as a greeting and you wave back as you pass by each other. Madeleine is another consultant working at the company with you, and has been recognized as an average worker at the company. In fact, you heard from another coworker that Madeleine got 3 out of 5 in their most recent annual performance review. Both of you earn $60,000 as an annual salary. From what you have observed having worked at the consulting firm with Madeleine, she follows the typical schedule at the company, coming to work at 9am and leaving at 5pm. Just last week, you had a conversation with Madeleine where she spoke about their passion at work. Madeleine expressed that she was grateful to be able do what matters most to her at work, and that she feels that it is crucial to pursue her passion at work. This seems consistent from what you have observed at work, which is that Madeleine is passionate about what she does at work.","15":"It is lunch break at the office. You run into Monique, a coworker, on your way to pick up a sandwich from the caf\u00e9 downstairs. Your coworker, Monique, is also a consultant like you, earning $60k a year, and is an average worker. Apparently, Monique got 3 out of 5 in the most recent annual performance review, which corroborates with what you have seen and heard from others regarding her performance. Since working together with Monique, you have observed that she typically comes in at 9am and goes home at 5pm. Indeed, at the consulting firm you work at, the typical work day is from 9am to 5pm.","condition1":"m_cond4_good_scenario15","condition2":"m_cond3_good_scenario11","condition3":"m_cond1_great_scenario3","condition4":"f_cond1_great_scenario5","condition5":"f_cond3_great_scenario13","condition6":"f_cond4_great_scenario12","condition7":"f_cond4_good_scenario7","condition8":"m_cond2_good_scenario10","condition9":"m_cond2_great_scenario6","condition10":"m_cond1_good_scenario2","condition11":"m_cond4_great_scenario1","condition12":"f_cond3_good_scenario8","condition13":"m_cond3_great_scenario16","condition14":"f_cond2_great_scenario9","condition15":"f_cond2_good_scenario4","condition16":"f_cond1_good_scenario14","malename1":"Spencer","malename2":"Mateo","malename3":"Diego","malename4":"Graham","malename5":"Malcom","malename6":"Denzel","malename7":"Charlie","malename8":"Brian","femalename1":"Juanita","femalename2":"Emily","femalename3":"Malia","femalename4":"Abigail","femalename5":"Katie","femalename6":"Sofia","femalename7":"Madeleine","femalename8":"Monique"}