Based on general attribution principles, much research has focused on the processes involved in making morally relevant trait attributions. For example, it has long been thought that the process by which people make trait attributions is different in the moral domain than in other domains. However, more recent research demonstrates that the story is much more complex than that; there exist multiple attribution processes even in the moral domain. Topic discussed in this book include coping with offline prohibited actions in gamespace; moral thinking vs. moral action; worldview beliefs, morality beliefs and decision-making referents; and, rational choice, capabilities and morality of human well-being.
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