Palma (Mallorca) from 12 to 13 July 2016
First meeting of the SEJyD
(Society for the Advancement of Judgment
and Decision Making Studies)


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Tuesday 12 July, 2016 16:15 to 16:30 Oral Communication
Processing disfluency increases utilitarian responses to moral dilemmas
Speaker: Felisa González, Universidad de Granada

Authors: Daniel Spears, Inés Fernández-Linsenbarth, Yasmina Okan, María Ruz, & Felisa González


Further information:

Submited paper (15 KB)

TRACK A - PARALLEL SESSION IV*: “MORAL JUDGMENT” [1]
Place: Gran Hotel Assembly Hall

Other activities in TRACK A - PARALLEL SESSION IV*: “MORAL JUDGMENT” [1]
16:00 h. to 16:15 h.Oral Communication

Foreign language effect on moral judgment and behavior

Speaker: Despoina Alempaki, Center for Decision Research and Experimental Economics (CeDEx) University of Nottingham, UK
16:30 h. to 16:45 h.Oral Communication

Our moral judgments are foreign to us: the effect of language

Speaker: Joanna Darrow Corey, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
16:45 h. to 17:00 h.Oral Communication

Foreign language influences the relative contribution of intentions and outcomes to moral judgment

Speaker: Janet Geipel, VU University Medical Center Amsterdam
17:00 h. to 17:15 h.Oral Communication

Cognitive fatigue and moral reasoning

Speaker: Shane Timmons, Trinity College Dublin
17:15 h. to 17:30 h.Oral Communication

Moral Muscles in Virtual Landscapes

Speaker: Kathryn  Francis, Plymouth University
17:30 h. to 18:00 h.Discussion

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