Gunes Sevinc

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Human morality has been investigated using a variety of tasks ranging from judgments of hypothetical dilemmas to viewing morally salient stimuli. These experiments have provided insight into neural correlates of moral judgments and emotions, yet these approaches reveal important differences in moral cognition. Moral reasoning tasks(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE   To evaluate the phenotype and the frequencies of mutations in PRKN, DJ1 and PINK1 genes in patients with Parkinson disease (PD) in Turkey. METHODS Eighty-six patients from 77 PD families participated in the study. Seventy-four families were originating from Turkey, two families from Greece and one family from Bulgaria. All(More)
Moral cognition is associated with activation of the default network, regions implicated in mentalizing about one's own actions or the intentions of others. Yet little is known about the initial detection of moral information. We examined the neural correlates of moral processing during a narrative completion task, which included an implicit moral salience(More)
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