The Contribution of Theater to the Development of Appropriate Moral Judgments
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Potentially morally injurious events and moral injury symptoms in healthcare professionals: Age, work experience, moral reasoning style and work at a COVID-19 department as predictors. Peterman, Shanna (2023)Background: Since the COVID-19 pandemic healthcare delivery systems have been facing ethically challenging situations. As a result, healthcare professionals might experience more potentially morally injurious events (PMIEs), ...
Navigating the Moral Landscape: Moral Identity Threat and Stress Responses Examining the relationship between Moral Identity, Group Identification, and Stress Outcomes in Dutch-International Student Dialogues Boermans, Stijn (2023)This study explores the relationship between moral identity threat, stress responses and group identification in the context of intergroup discussions between Dutch and international students. Focusing on the interconnected ...
Moral decision-making and moral reasoning in Korsakoff’s Syndrome patients: an explorative study on the mediating effects of empathy, cognitive flexibility and premorbid delinquency Vlot, Nairobi (2022)Objective. Korsakoff’s syndrome (KS) is a chronic neuropsychiatric disorder, caused by a vitamin B1 insufficiency. It is characterized by psychiatric and (socio-)cognitive impairments, such as poor empathy and cognitive ...