Blind Justice: Biasing Moral Choices With Eye Tracking

A recent study suggests it is possible to bias people’s moral decisions by taking advantage or their eye gaze dynamics. The scientists set out to find out if they could force people to make particular moral decisions by manipulating the timing of their choice as a function of their gaze parameters. They also wanted to see if they could demonstrate a causal relationship – not merely a correlation—between gaze duration and moral decision making.

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