TB8 SPA Lecture 3; Morality

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1. Difficult personal (utalitarian) moral dilemmas with a long RT indicate emotional and cognitive conflict reflected in activation in?

  • Medial OFC (morality)
  • DLPFC (cog control)
  • Anterior cingulate (cog control)
  • Amygdala (emotion)
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2. From Moll et al (2002)s neuroimaging study, which brain area(s) activated to nonmoral unpleasant stimuli over nonmoral neutral?

  • Left medial OFC, left amgdala
  • Left lateral OFC, left amygdala
  • Lateral OFC, left amygdala, bilateral visual cortex
  • Left medial OFC

3. In high conflict situations...

  • Initial response emotional, cog control, cog cost benefit reasoning
  • Initial response cog control, emotional, cog cost benefit
  • Initial response cog cost benefit, emotional, cog control
  • Initial response cog cost benefit, cog control, emotional

4. From Moll et al (2002)s neuroimaging study, which brain area(s) activated to nonmoral unpleasant stimuli over moral?

  • Left medial OFC
  • Lateral OFC, left amygdala, bilateral visual cortex
  • Left lateral OFC, left amygdala
  • Left medial OFC, left amgdala

5. Should long RT trials with 'appropriate' actions show less activation in cog control areas than inappropriate?

  • No
  • Yes

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