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The Science of Moral Decisions

September 14, 2013

The Science of Moral Decisions
Social psychologist Dr. Piercarlo Valdesolo discusses his work studying moral decision-making processes in the lab.

Dr. Piercarlo Valdesolo, Director of the Moral Emotions and Trust Lab at Claremont McKenna College, asks what science can tell us about our moral decision-making processes.