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In conclusion, ...
Moral psychology is the study of psychological aspects of ethical abilities.

matters for: human sociality; political conflict; ethics?

initial focus : moral intutions

How, if at all, do emotions influence moral intutions?

Also asked this (but skip for simplicity): What do adult humans compute that enables their unreflective judgements to track moral attributes (such as wrongness)?

a hypothesis: the Affect Heuristic

‘if thinking about an act [...] makes you feel bad [...], then judge that it is morally wrong’.

... which generates a prediction, for which there is some evidence.

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