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Question 1: Jonathan Haidt has noted[6] that experimental observation indicates an ingroup criterion provides one moral foundation substantially used by ________, but far less so by liberals.
ConservatismTraditionalist conservatismLiberal conservatismConservative political parties

Question 2: Social psychologists such as Martin Hoffman and Jonathan Haidt emphasize social and emotional development based on biology, such as ________.
AnxietyEmpathyCompassionSchadenfreude

Question 3: Other theories are that increasing complexity was simply a correlate of increasing group size and brain size, and in particular the development of ________ abilities.
CognitionPhilosophy of mindConsciousnessTheory of mind

Question 4: Lawrence Kohlberg, ________, and Elliot Turiel have cognitive-developmental approaches to moral development; to these theorists morality forms in a series of constructive stages or domains.
Sigmund FreudErik EriksonJean PiagetDevelopmental psychology

Question 5: Morality (from the ________ moralitas "manner, character, proper behavior") is a system of conduct and ethics that is virtuous.
Vulgar LatinLatinOld LatinRoman Empire

Question 6: The development of modern morality is a process closely tied to the ________ of humanity, however its roots are probably to be found in our very nature.
Talcott ParsonsUnilineal evolutionSociologySociocultural evolution

Question 7: On this view, moral codes are ultimately founded on emotional instincts and intuitions that were selected for in the past because they aided survival and reproduction (________).
Richard DawkinsInclusive fitnessKin selectionEvolutionary psychology

Question 8: Cognitive neuro-scientist ________ thinks that the ability to recognize and vicariously experience what another individual is undergoing was a key step forward in the evolution of social behavior, and ultimately, morality.
Cognitive neuroscienceEmpathic concernEmpathyJean Decety

Question 9: Group morality develops from shared concepts and ________ and is often codified to regulate behavior within a culture or community.
DeterminismCausalityBeliefEpistemology

Question 10: Morality may also be defined as synonymous with ________, the field that encompasses the above two meanings and others within a systematic philosophical study of the moral domain.
AristotleEthicsConscienceUtilitarianism
















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