Prof. Jonathan Haidt's research on liberals and conservatives is highlighted

Excerpt from the Boston Globe -- "People tend to think of morality along one dimension: good versus bad. But recent scholarship by Jonathan Haidt and others has identified that there can be multiple moral values commanding our attention—namely 'harm/care,' 'fairness/reciprocity,' 'in-group/loyalty,' 'authority/respect,' and 'purity/sanctity'—and has shown that liberals are more focused on harm/care while conservatives are more focused on the others."

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