Working with a group of incarcerated, an Argentinian cognitive psychology team is trying to understand the moral judgment of terrorists.
The study published by the Nature Human Behaviour Magazine draws its subjects from 66 far-right paramilitary terrorists incarcerated in Colombia. All of them have been convicted of murder and have taken part in massacres. The combatants revealed a so-called "abnormal pattern of moral judgment," which sets them apart from the general population.
Many had been ...
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