Universals and variations in moral decisions

When do people find it acceptable to sacrifice one life to save many? Cross-cultural studies suggested a complex pattern of universals and variations in the way people approach this question, but data were often based on small samples from a small number of countries outside of the Western world. Researchers from the University of Exeter (UK), British Columbia (CA) and the Max-Planck Institute for Human Development (GE) analyze responses to three sacrificial dilemmas by 70,000 participants in 10 languages and 42 countries.

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