How do we make moral judgments? Insights from Psychological Science | Sustain Our Earth | Scoop.it
New research provides intriguing insights into some of the factors that influence how we make moral judgments.

 

We might like to think that our judgments are always well thought-out, but research suggests that our moral judgments are often based on intuition. Our emotions seem to drive our intuitions, giving us the gut feeling that something is 'right' or 'wrong.' In some cases, however, we seem to be able to override these initial reactions. . . .