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Social intuitionists answer six questions about moral psychology.
Here are two of the biggest questions in moral psychology: (1) Where do moral beliefs and motivations come from? (2) How does moral judgment work? All other questions are easy, or at least easier,Expand
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Moral dumbfounding: when intuition finds no reason
Are moral judgments based on reason, or on intuition and emotion? Thirty participants were presented with a classic moral reasoning dilemma, and with four tasks that were designed to put intuitionExpand
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Structural modeling of generalized prejudice: The role of social dominance, authoritarianism, and empathy
Structural equation modeling on questionnaire data showed that prejudice toward different target groups can be represented in terms of a general prejudice factor. Distinction of classical and modernExpand
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Five-factor inventories have a major general factor related to social desirability which can be reduced by framing items neutrally.
The factors in self-report inventories measuring the five-factor model (FFM) correlate with one another although they theoretically should not. Study 1 showed, across three differentExpand
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Social intuitionists reason, in conversation.
How easy it is to see your brother's faults, how hard to face your own. You winnow his in the wind like chaff, but yours you hide, like a cheat covering up an unlucky throw —Buddha Sages have longExpand
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moraL concerns are greater For temporaLLy Distant eVents anD are moDerateD by VaLUe strength
he present research examines the impact of temporal distance on moral concerns in situations where selfish motives clash with altruistic considerations. Drawing upon Construal Level Theory (Trope &Expand
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Differences in the justification of choices in moral dilemmas: effects of gender, time pressure and dilemma seriousness.
  • F. Björklund
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Scandinavian journal of psychology
  • 1 December 2003
The effects on moral reasoning of gender, time pressure and seriousness of the issue at hand were investigated. In Experiment 1, 72 university students were presented with moral dilemmas and askedExpand
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Social Intuitionists Answer Six Questions About Morality
We review the state of the art in moral psychology to answer 6 questions: 1) Where do moral beliefs and motivations come from? 2) How does moral judgment work? 3) What is the evidence for the socialExpand
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Will I Fit in and Do Well? The Importance of Social Belongingness and Self-Efficacy for Explaining Gender Differences in Interest in STEM and HEED Majors
Throughout the world, the labor market is clearly gender segregated. More research is needed to explain women’s lower interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) majors andExpand
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Individual differences in processing styles: validity of the Rational-Experiential Inventory.
In Study 1 (N= 203) the factor structure of a Swedish translation of Pacini and Epstein's Rational-Experiential Inventory (REI-40) was investigated using confirmatory factor analysis. TheExpand
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