Book Review

Judging Passions by Roger Giner-Sorolla

Melbourne Moral Psychology Lab recommends a recently published book about moral emotions by Prof Roger Giner-Sorolla of the University of Kent.

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Moral Tribes by Joshua Greene

Need a recommendation for a good book about moral psychology? Check out Joshua Greene’s Moral Tribes.

This book covers emotions versus reason, group morality versus individual morality, political ideation or liberal and conservative morality, and moral philosophy as well.

Joshua Greene has included many interesting empirical studies and some thought provoking theories to engage all readers, not just academics.

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Book Review: 'Psychology in the Bathroom' by Nick Haslam

Placement of the Toilet Seat as a Moral Issue

Psychology in the Bathroom, written by the Melbourne Moral Psychology's own Nick Haslam is a book about an unspoken subject that is usually left behind the bathroom door. While it does cover toilet humour, this is a well-researched and super informative humorous book about the toilet...and flatulance, toilet graffiti, and potty-mouths. Read more about Book Review: 'Psychology in the Bathroom' by Nick Haslam

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