Moral judgments can be altered … by magnets

When an amateur hunter shoots his hunting companion in the face while quail hunting in Texas, it is a brain region known as the right temporo-parietal junction which is activated when we make judgments about his intentions. Was it an accident or was he trying to harm his buddy?
New research by neuroscientists at MIT identify the locus of moral judgement.

Moral judgments can be altered … by magnets.

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