January 26, 2005:
and how students learn about doing the right thing
March 28, 2005:
OF PAW’S ONLINE SURVEY ON ETHICAL DILEMMAS
received 36 responses to its online survey of 14 hypothetical situations
that were used in research on “cognitive conflict and control
in moral judgment” by Princeton researchers Joshua D. Greene
*02, Leigh E. Nystrom, Andrew D. Engell, John M. Darley, and Jonathan
D. Cohen. You may recognize some of these examples as dilemmas posed
by contemporary moral philosophers at Princeton and elsewhere. The
survey accompanied the online contents of our special Jan. 26 issue
on “Exploring Ethics. ”
here to read the ethical scenarios and compare your responses to
other PAW readers.
previous issues, visit our online Archives.