By Hagop Sarkissian, Jennifer Cole Wright, James R. Beebe
Advances in Experimental ethical Psychology brings jointly prime students within the box to supply clean theoretical views on learn in philosophy and psychology.
Reflecting a various and lively box of research, individuals are drawn from throughout either matters to pursue primary questions bearing on ethical psychology. protecting a wide-ranging choice of arguments, matters and debates, subject matters contains the position of emotion in ethical judgment (both at a common theoretical point and near to particular topics); the ethical psychology in the back of political orientation; the character and content material of ethical personality and extra higher-order questions in regards to the prestige of morality itself.
For philosophers and researchers within the social and behavioral technological know-how, this interesting new quantity finds the useful result of integrating those disciplines and illustrates the promise of this experimental method of ethical psychology.
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A founding premise of the projective method is that data garnered from spontaneous words are non-reducible to scale/inventory data. Personal stories contain ideographic information, structure, and meaning that—qualitatively— scales cannot capture. Knowing that a person is highly extraverted or emotionally stable does not tell you which stories they will share about their 44 Advances in Experimental Moral Psychology earlier life, or what meaning those stories hold in the present. Additionally, personal stories contain important quantifiable information that is not accessible via self-report questionnaires.
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Philosophers now use experimental methods, and experimental psychologists draw from (and contribute to) philosophical theorizing. The field is expanding, and we are delighted to mark some of its direction and vigor with this volume. References Doris, J. (2010). The Moral Psychology Handbook. Oxford: Oxford University Press. , and Nichols, S. (2010). Moral Psychology: Historical and Contemporary Readings. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. , and Lapsley, D. K. (2009). Personality, Identity and Character: Explorations in Moral Psychology.