The strategic moral self

Paul Conway discusses processes behind dilemma judgments, raising two new questions: whether decision-makers accurately anticipate the inferences perceivers draw from their judgments and whether decision-makers strategically modify judgments to present themselves favorably. Image courtesy of Paul Conway.

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