15. A Person in the World of People: Morality
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- "Professor Bloom provides an introduction to psychological theories of morality. Students will learn how research in psychology has helped answer some of the most central questions about human morality. For instance, which emotions are ""moral"" and why did these moral feelings evolve? What factors guide our moral judgments? And what factors predict when good people will do bad things? 00:00 - Chapter 1. Kin Selection, Cooperation and Moral Feelings 23:07 - Chapter 2. Moral Reasoning and Moral Judgments 38:46 - Chapter 3. Milgram's Work in the Context of Morality 46:19 - Chapter 4. Two Forces for Evil, Two Forces for Good Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2007."
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- Psychology, Social Sciences, Psychology & Counseling, Social Psychology, Stanford Prison Experiment, Behavioral Study of Obedience, Robbers Cave Experiment, Experimental Design, Observation Methods, Experimental Design, Observation Methods, Psicología Social, Psicologia Social, Muzafer Sherif, 1906-1988, Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984, Social Psychology
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- Psicología Social, Psicologia Social
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