Counterfactual thinking in moral judgment: an experimental study
Migliore, S., Curcio, G., Mancini, F., & Cappa, S.F. (2014). Counterfactual thinking in moral judgement: an experimental study. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 451, 1-7.
Counterfactual thinking is thinking about a past that did not happen. This is often the case in "if only..." situations, where we wish something had or had not happened. To make a choice in a moral decision-making situa......
Moral choices: The influence of the “Do not play God” principle
Gangemi A., Mancini F. (2013). Moral choices: The influence of the Do not play God principle. In: (a cura di): Knauff M., Pauen, M, Sebanz, N. and Wachsmuth I., Cooperative minds: Social Interaction and group dynamics. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.p. 2973-2977. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society, ISBN: 9780976831891, Berlino, 31 Luglio-3 Agosto