On Responsibility Inferences and the Perceived Moral Person
AbstractEmpirical evidence, primarily from social psychological research, is presented to illuminate the layperson’s judgments of responsibility. Among the differentiations examined are effort versus ability as causes of achievement performance, causal versus outcome evaluation, biologically- versus behaviorally-based stigmas, stigma onset versus stigma offset, welfare recipients versus the poor, and retributive versus utilitarian punishment goals. Finally, the determinants of being judged a moral person are considered.
Jan 1, 2007
How to Cite
WEINER, Bernard. On Responsibility Inferences and the Perceived Moral Person. International Journal of Existential Positive Psychology, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, jan. 2007. ISSN 1708-1696. Available at: <http://journal.existentialpsychology.org/index.php/ExPsy/article/view/97>. Date accessed: 17 feb. 2020.
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