MORALITY AMONG PRISONERS
We study our original concept concerning moral paradoxes that affect people convicted of many crimes. The project will result in a series of articles about morality, moral judgments in prisons.
The team: Maria Luisa Vecina, Mariola Paruzel-Czachura, Mateusz Blukacz, Bertram Gawronski, Weronika Waloszek.
Publications: Vecina, Marzana, Paruzel-Czachura, 2015; Paruzel-Czachura, Dobrowolska, 2017.
Mariola Paruzel-Czachura, Mateusz Blukacz, Maria Luisa Vecina. Behind Bars, But Above The Moral Bar. The Primacy of Own Morality Appears Even Among Prisoners (under preparation).
Mariola Paruzel-Czachura, Mateusz Blukacz, Maria Luisa Vecina, Jim AC Everett. Moral Profiles of Male and Female Prisoners Based on Moral Foundations (under preparation).
What prisoners think about their morality (moral identity)? Which moral foundations do they care about the most? Are there differences between female and male prisoners? Are murderers specific in their moral thinking? Are prisoners more utilitarian?
RELIGIOSITY AND MORALITY
We investigate the relationship between religiosity and utilitarianism. Standing in contrast to the pattern previously found for instrumental harm, we […]
MORALITY OF SCHOLARS
We analyze the subjective publication pressure among scholars and the relation between publication pressure and ethical misconduct in research. We […]
MORAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE EFFECT
We investigated how foreign languages influence moral decisions. We analyzed data in many languages: Polish, English, French, German, and Spanish. […]
ROLE OF WRONGDOER’S EMOTIONS & BELIEFS
In the project, we investigate in a series of studies how information about the emotions of other people and their […]
Projekt finansowany przez Narodowe Centrum Nauki, konkurs Miniatura 1, numer: 2017/01/X/HS6/01332.
Project financed by National Science Center, Poland, Miniatura 1, number: 2017/01/X/HS6/01332.