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dc.contributor.authorBago, Bence
dc.contributor.authorKovacs, Marton
dc.contributor.authorProtzko, John
dc.contributor.authorNagy, Tamas
dc.contributor.authorKekecs, Zoltan Zoltan
dc.contributor.authorPalfi, Bence
dc.contributor.authorAdamkovic, Matus
dc.contributor.authorBoudesseul, Jordane
dc.contributor.authorHeimark, Katrina Rebecca
dc.contributor.authorRuiz Dodobara, Fernando Gabriel
dc.contributor.otherBoudesseul, Jordane
dc.contributor.otherHeimark, Katrina Rebecca
dc.contributor.otherRuiz Dodobara, Fernando Gabriel
dc.identifier.citationBago, B., Kovacs, M., Protzko, J., Nagy, T., Kekecs, Z., Palfi, B., Adamkovic, M., Adamus, S., Albalooshi, S., Albayrak-Aydemir, N., Alfian, I. N., Alper, S., Alvarez-Solas, S., Alves, S. G., Amaya, S., Andresen, P. K., Anjum, G., Ansari, D., Arriaga, P., ... Aczel, B. (2022). Situational factors shape moral judgements in the trolley dilemma in Eastern, Southern and Western countries in a culturally diverse sample. Nature Human Behaviour, 6(6), 880-895.
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dc.description.abstractThe study of moral judgements often centres on moral dilemmas in which options consistent with deontological perspectives (that is, emphasizing rules, individual rights and duties) are in conflict with options consistent with utilitarian judgements (that is, following the greater good based on consequences). Greene et al. (2009) showed that psychological and situational factors (for example, the intent of the agent or the presence of physical contact between the agent and the victim) can play an important role in moral dilemma judgements (for example, the trolley problem). Our knowledge is limited concerning both the universality of these effects outside the United States and the impact of culture on the situational and psychological factors affecting moral judgements. Thus, we empirically tested the universality of the effects of intent and personal force on moral dilemma judgements by replicating the experiments of Greene et al. in 45 countries from all inhabited continents. We found that personal force and its interaction with intention exert influence on moral judgements in the US and Western cultural clusters, replicating and expanding the original findings. Moreover, the personal force effect was present in all cultural clusters, suggesting it is culturally universal. The evidence for the cultural universality of the interaction effect was inconclusive in the Eastern and Southern cultural clusters (depending on exclusion criteria). We found no strong association between collectivism/individualism and moral dilemma judgements.es_PE
dc.publisherNature Researches_PE
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dc.sourceRepositorio Institucional - Ulimaes_PE
dc.sourceUniversidad de Limaes_PE
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dc.titleSituational factors shape moral judgements in the trolley dilemma in Eastern, Southern and Western countries in a culturally diverse samplees_PE
dc.type.otherArtículo en Scopuses_PE
dc.identifier.journalNature Human Behavioures_PE
dc.description.peer-reviewRevisión por pareses_PE

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