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道德情绪对道德判断能力的影响
The Effect of Moral Emotion on Moral Judgment Capacity

DOI: 10.12677/AP.2014.47126, PP. 980-987

Keywords: 道德情绪,道德判断能力,MJT
Moral Emotion
, Moral Judgment Capacity, MJT

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本实验进行了两次测试,前测选取了网络热议或大学生生活中较典型的道德故事,对其进行前后测后,筛选出其中能诱发相应情绪的道德故事。正式实验中,情绪启动之后,测量被试的情绪状态,运用MJT对大学生进行道德判断能力测验。实验发现:积极情绪条件下道德判断能力显著低于控制组,控制组显著低于消极情绪组;不同的积极情绪条件下道德判断能力差异不显著;不同的消极情绪条件下差异不显著;男性的显著大于女性;大四的明显大于大一,其他年级之间差异不显著。
This study conducted two tests. The pretest selected apologue popular on the Internat and typical in college students’ life. After pre-post test, the apologue which could induce corresponding emo- tions was screened out. In the formal test, after affective priming, subjects’ emotional state was measured, and MJT was used to test the moral judgment capacity of college students. It was found that the moral judgment capacity in the positive mood condition was significantly lower than that in the control group, and the moral judgment capacity in the control group was significantly lower than that in the negative mood group; the differences of the moral judgment capacity were not significant in different positive emotional conditions and also in different negative emotional conditions; the differences of the moral judgment capacity of males were more significant than those of females; the differences of senior students were more significant than those of freshmen, and were not significant in other grades.

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