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A study from MIT neuroscientists reveals that high-functioning autistic adults appear to have trouble using theory of mind to make moral judgments in certain situations.
MIT neuroscientists influence peopleâ€™s moral judgments by disrupting specific brain region.
A new study from MIT neuroscientists suggests that our ability to respond appropriately to intended harms â€” that is, with outrage toward the perpetrator â€” is seated in a brain region associated with regulating emotions.
New research provides insight into the region of the brain that underlies our tendency to condemn failed attempts to harm and forgive harms that are accidental
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