APA 6th Edition Mehić, N. & Kardum, I. (2016). Eksperimentalna provjera uloge heuristika u moralnom prosuđivanju. Psihologijske teme, 25 (3), 381-403. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/169519
MLA 8th Edition Mehić, Nermina and Igor Kardum. "Eksperimentalna provjera uloge heuristika u moralnom prosuđivanju." Psihologijske teme, vol. 25, no. 3, 2016, pp. 381-403. https://hrcak.srce.hr/169519. Accessed 28 Oct. 2021.
Chicago 17th Edition Mehić, Nermina and Igor Kardum. "Eksperimentalna provjera uloge heuristika u moralnom prosuđivanju." Psihologijske teme 25, no. 3 (2016): 381-403. https://hrcak.srce.hr/169519
Harvard Mehić, N., and Kardum, I. (2016). 'Eksperimentalna provjera uloge heuristika u moralnom prosuđivanju', Psihologijske teme, 25(3), pp. 381-403. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/169519 (Accessed 28 October 2021)
Vancouver Mehić N, Kardum I. Eksperimentalna provjera uloge heuristika u moralnom prosuđivanju. Psihologijske teme [Internet]. 2016 [cited 2021 October 28];25(3):381-403. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/169519
IEEE N. Mehić and I. Kardum, "Eksperimentalna provjera uloge heuristika u moralnom prosuđivanju", Psihologijske teme, vol.25, no. 3, pp. 381-403, 2016. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/169519. [Accessed: 28 October 2021]
Abstracts One of the most important questions in moral psychology is identifying the underlying process of moral judgment. Some of the recent theories suggest heuristics as a tool for providing a moral decision. The primary aim of the present study was to examine whether heuristics are also included in the process of moral judgment, and not just in moral action. An additional goal was to replicate these effects on a Croatian sample using new stimulus material. Five heuristics were examined: titfor-tat, punishing free-riders in collective actions, incest, luck and effort as cues triggering alternative decision rules and omission. Participants answered to five moral dilemmas, one for each of the aforementioned heuristics. Each dilemma had two versions which differed in the cues that the matching heuristic is assumed to use. The study was carried out on a sample of 84 participants, randomly divided into two experimental groups, which were presented with different versions of the dilemmas. Results only partially confirmed the hypothesis. Three heuristics had an effect on moral judgments – incest and omission heuristics, and tit-for-tat. The effect of incest heuristic was significant only in the male subsample and was opposite from the expected one. Specifically, sexual intercourse between brother and sister, who are not aware of their kinship, is more often found morally unacceptable for males than between two people who grew up believing they are kin. Results for the dilemmas related to omission and tit-for-tat were as hypothesised: not helping someone is approved when the person in need did the same in the last interaction; moral transgression is more often found wrong when it is a result of action rather than omission.