Explorations in the Role of Emotion in Moral Judgment

@inproceedings{Yan2008ExplorationsIT,
  title={Explorations in the Role of Emotion in Moral Judgment},
  author={Arthur W. Yan},
  year={2008}
}
Recent theorizations on the cognitive process of moral judgment have focused on the role of intuitions and emotions, marking a departure from previous emphasis on conscious, step-by-step reasoning. My study investigated how being in a disgusted mood state affects moral judgment. Participants were induced to enter a disgusted mood state through listening to disgusting sounds and reading disgusting descriptions. Results shows that they, when compared to control who have not been induced to feel… CONTINUE READING

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