The moral emotions: a social-functionalist account of anger, disgust, and contempt.

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Recent research has highlighted the important role of emotion in moral judgment and decision making (Greene, Sommerville, Nystrom, Darley, & Cohen, 2001; Haidt, 2001). What is less clear is whether distinctions should be drawn among specific moral emotions. Although some have argued for differences among anger, disgust, and contempt (Rozin, Lowery, Imada… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0022408

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@article{Hutcherson2011TheME, title={The moral emotions: a social-functionalist account of anger, disgust, and contempt.}, author={Cendri A. C. Hutcherson and James J. Gross}, journal={Journal of personality and social psychology}, year={2011}, volume={100 4}, pages={719-37} }