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How Morals Influence If You're Liberal Or Conservative

Are your political views based on facts or your morals? What makes a libertarian tick? Peter Ditto explains how morals shape our worldview. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1fUWHyY How Power Makes People Selfish: https://youtu.be/0vvl46PmCfE UC Irvine Professor Peter Ditto studies human judgment and decision-making. Ditto is fascinated by biases and motivated reasoning, where people's beliefs and morals influence their interpretation of facts. Ditto started in health psychology but soon found an even richer trove of human biases: American politics, where liberals and conservatives seem to operate on completely different sets of facts. Ditto's research finds that liberals and conservatives are easy to characterize based on their moral beliefs, but where do libertarians fit in? Learn more about Peter Ditto's work on morals and politics: - When it comes to politics, you're not as rational as you think: http://bit.ly/1QWLOSe - How do your morals compare with others? Find out at http://www.yourmorals.org/ ----------------------------------------¬¬¬¬¬¬¬-------------------------- How Power Makes People Selfish: https://youtu.be/0vvl46PmCfE Subscribe! http://bit.ly/1fUWHyY Fig. 1 explores new ideas and research out of the University of California - ranging from science, technology, art and humanities. Get inside the mind of a researcher. Find more research at: http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/

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