Valence of emotions and moral decision-making: increased pleasantness to pleasant images and decreased unpleasantness to unpleasant images are associated with utilitarian choices in healthy adults

Moral decision-making is a key asset for humans’ integration in social contexts, and the way we decide about moral issues seems to be strongly influenced by emotions. For example, individuals with deficits in emotional processing tend to deliver more utilitarian choices (accepting an emotionally ave...

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Main Authors: Martina eCarmona-Perera, Celia eMarti, Miguel ePérez-García, Antonio eVerdejo-García
Format: Article
Published: Frontiers Media S.A. 2013-09-01
Series:Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
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