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It is also the case that this paper is well argued and well developed theoretically.The authors have read my work closely and summarized it fairly with a few small exceptions.As I show below, little can be concluded about heritability and nothing can be concluded about stability from their data.Originally developed to explain cultural variation in moral judgments, moral foundations theory (MFT) has become widely adopted as a theory of political ideology.One faction is called the would appeal to the Sanctity foundation (e.g.outsiders were coming into our premises to use drugs and this was morally polluting our college) or demand in-group loyalty and protective measures for our community (e.g.We test these hypotheses and find substantial variability in individual-level moral foundations across time, and little evidence that these changes account for changes in political attitudes.We also find little evidence that moral foundations are heritable.
All of this suggests that tilelês are higher in Openness to Experience, as the theory predicts.
Posted by Jonathan Haidt in Videos I finally created a You Tube Channel, which has these playlists on it.
You can click on the links to go to the playlists on You Tube, or you can click on the “hamburger” in the top left corner of each video to see the list of videos in that playlist, or you can just click on the videos to watch each playlist here: 1) Business Ethics and turned a section of chapter 12 into a cartoon.
These findings raise questions about the future of MFT as a theory of ideology.
Below is the signed (non-anonymous) review I submitted in August of 2014, when I was asked to evaluate a previous version of the manuscript for a different journal.