Symposium Outline

I. Definitions and Basic issues

1. Sacred Values and Evil Adversaries: A Moral Foundations Approach
Jesse Graham & Jonathan Haidt, University of Virginia     [Abstract] [Chapter]

2. The Philosopher in the Theater
Fiery Cushman & Joshua Greene, Harvard University     [Abstract] [Chapter]

3. Deontological Dissonance and the Consequentialist Crutch
Peter H. Ditto & Brittany Liu, University of California, Irvine     [Abstract] [Chapter]

4. Moral Nativism and Moral Psychology
Paul Bloom, Yale University     [Abstract] [Chapter]

5. Paradigm Assumptions about Moral Behavior: An Empirical Battle Royal
Lawrence J. Walker, Jeremy A. Frimer, & William L. Dunlop, University of British Columbia     [Abstract] [Chapter]

II. Basic Processes

6. Morality Takes Two: Dyadic Morality and Mind Perception

Kurt Gray & Daniel M. Wegner, Harvard University  [Abstract] [Chapter]

7. Conscience: The Do’s and Don’ts of Moral Regulation
Ronnie Janoff-Bulman, University of Massachusetts, Amherst     [Abstract] [Chapter]

8. Morality and Psychological Distance: A Construal Level Theory Perspective
Tal Eyal, Ben Gurion University

Nira Liberman, Tel Aviv University     [Abstract] [Chapter]

9. Morality across Cultures: A Value Perspective

Noga Sverdlik, The Open University of Israel and IDC Herzliya     [Abstract] [Chapter]
Sonia Roccas, The Open University of Israel
Lilach Sagiv, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

III. Moral Biases and Hypocrisy

10. Biases in Moral Judgment and Choice
Ilana Ritov, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem [Abstract]

11. Bringing Character Back: How the Motivation to Evaluate Character Influences Judgments of Moral Blame
David Pizarro, Cornell University     [Abstract] [Chapter]

12. Honest Rationales for Dishonest Behaviors

Shahar Ayal, Duke University and IDC Herzliya     [Abstract] [Chapter]
Francesca Gino, University of North Carolina

13. Moral Hypocrisy, Moral Inconsistency, and the Struggle for Moral Integrity
Benoît Monin & Anna Merritt, Stanford University     [Abstract] [Chapter]

IV. Personality and Clinical Aspects of Moral Concerns and Behavior


14. Autonomous Moral Motivation: Consequences, Socializing Antecedents, and the Unique Role of Integrated Moral Principles

Avi Assor, Ben Gurion University of the Negev [Abstract] [Chapter]

15. An Attachment Perspective on Morality: Strengthening Authentic Forms of Moral Decision-Making
Phillip R. Shaver, University of California, Davis     [Abstract] [Chapter]
Mario Mikulincer, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya

16. When Moral Concerns Become a Psychological Disorder:
The Case of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Guy Doron, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya [Abstract] [Chapter]

Michael Kyrios, Swinburne University of Technology

17. Moral Dimensions of Trauma Therapy
Laurie Anne Pearlman, Independent Practice, Holyoke, Massachusetts [Abstract] [Chapter]

V. Good and Evil: Morality, Culture, and Violence

18. Killing with a Clean Conscience: Existential Angst and the Paradox of Morality

Gilad Hirschberger, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya     [Abstract] [Chapter
Tom Pyszczynski, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

19.Moral Convictions and Moral Courage: Common Denominators of Good and Evil Linda J. Skitka, University of Illinois at Chicago     [Abstract] [Chapter]

20. Psychology and Morality in Genocide and Violent Conflict: Perpetrators, Passive Bystanders, Rescuers
Ervin Staub, University of Massachusetts at Amherst     [Abstract] [Chapter]

21. Human Evil: The Mythical and the True Causes of Violence
Roy F. Baumeister, Florida State University     [Abstract] [Chapter]