Dual-Process Morality and the Personal / Impersonal Distinction : A Reply

@inproceedings{Mackenzie2010DualProcessMA,
  title={Dual-Process Morality and the Personal / Impersonal Distinction : A Reply},
  author={Mackenzie and Joshua D. Greene},
  year={2010}
}
A substantial body of research supports a dual-process theory of moral judgment, according to which characteristically deontological judgments are driven by automatic emotional responses, while characteristically utilitarian judgments are driven by controlled cognitive processes. This theory was initially supported by neuroimaging and reaction time (RT) data. McGuire et al. have reanalyzed these initial RT data and claim that, in light of their findings, the dual-process theory of moral… CONTINUE READING