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 ==Explanations of the above graphic== ==Explanations of the above graphic==
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-**The Ultra - Short version:** 
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-  *  People don't usually think [[Reason | rationally]] about moral choices. 
-  *  People think about morals intuitively and [[Emotion|reflexively]]. 
-  *  When there are no moral guidelines or the situation is unprecedented they can think about morals intellectually and logically. 
-  *  Unless they have been specially trained they usually still won't. 
-  *  Moral intuitions and reflexes come form aping behavior not actual linguistic transfer usually. 
-  *  There is a chain of behavior and feedback that build moral patterns see [[How do we make moral choices | diagrams]]. ​ 
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-**The Not At All Short But Still Beats Reading The Papers Version:​** ​ 
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     - The Traditional Models: ​     - The Traditional Models: ​
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         - Action Analysis -> (Unconscious Reasoning/​emotion) -> Judgment ​           - Action Analysis -> (Unconscious Reasoning/​emotion) -> Judgment ​  
       - URM predicts and is consistent with both MD and the fact that psychopaths make moral judgments. It seems that given the evidence from moral dumbfounding and from psychopaths that model 3, the URM, is the best model out of all the ones considered.       - URM predicts and is consistent with both MD and the fact that psychopaths make moral judgments. It seems that given the evidence from moral dumbfounding and from psychopaths that model 3, the URM, is the best model out of all the ones considered.
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