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    Beliefs in conspiracy theories, intolerance of uncertainty, and moral disengagement during the coronavirus crisis.Alexandra Maftei & Andrei-Corneliu Holman - 2022 - Ethics and Behavior 32 (1):1-11.
    ABSTRACT This study investigated the effect of conspiracy ideation, moral disengagement, and intolerance of uncertainty on compliance with the anti-SARS-COV-2 social distancing rules and two other facets of people’s reactions toward the coronavirus crisis. A convenience sample of 245 Romanians completed an online survey in March 2020. Results indicate that conspiracy ideation is associated with lower assessments of virus risk and lower compliance with the confinement measures. Moral disengagement had a parallel effect of undermining personal compliance to the social distancing (...)
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    Ageism and moral distress in nurses caring for older patients.Mihaela Alexandra Gherman, Laura Arhiri & Andrei Corneliu Holman - 2023 - Ethics and Behavior 33 (4):322-338.
    This study explored the influence of healthcare ageism on nurses’ moral distress. Episodic interviews were conducted on 25 Romanian nurses in 2020. Thematic analysis revealed that all moral distress sources reported reflected macro-, meso- and micro-level ageism, benevolent and hostile, self- or other-directed, including stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination of older patients. The COVID-19 pandemic-related ageist measures increased healthcare ageism and transformed nurses’ representations of older patients accordingly. Nurses felt moral conflict both when passively witnessing ageist acts and when perpetrating them (...)
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    Affect intensity and processing fluency of deterrents.Andrei Holman - 2013 - Cognition and Emotion 27 (8):1421-1431.
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    Morality Predicts Empathy in the Relationship of Medical Staff with Patients.Carmen Gabriela Lișman & Andrei Corneliu Holman - 2022 - Postmodern Openings 13 (3):56-70.
    This study aimed to investigate the relationships between medical professionals’ empathy and two moral coordinates, moral foundations and moral identity. A sample of 157 physicians and nurses completed an adapted version of the Jefferson Scale of Empathy, addressing three dimensions of empathy: compassionate care, perspective taking, and the cognitive dimension of empathy; the Moral Identity Questionnaire, addressing two facets of the importance of moral standards, Moral Self and Moral Integrity; and the Moral Foundations Questionnaire. We found specific patterns of associations (...)
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    Cyberchondria During the Coronavirus Pandemic: The Effects of Neuroticism and Optimism.Alexandra Maftei & Andrei Corneliu Holman - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    Environmental Concerns and the Role Played by Civic Moral Disengagement and Time Perspective: a Pilot Experimental Study.Alexandra Maftei & Andrei Holman - 2021 - Postmodern Openings 12 (1Sup1):54-70.
    In the present exploratory study, our primary aim was to explore whether knowledge about the fast-fashion industry's harmful effects would significantly impact participants' shopping intentions. Using an experimental approach, we created a virtual clothing shop and allowed participants to win, through a raffle, the contents of their shopping carts. Participants in the experimental group watched a video about the adverse environmental consequences of the fast-fashion industry. In contrast, in the control group, we used a neutral video describing various technical marketing (...)
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    Moral women, immoral technologies? Romanian women’s perceptions of assisted reproductive technologies versus adoption.Alexandra Maftei & Andrei Corneliu Holman - 2020 - The New Bioethics 26 (3):253-272.
    The present study explored how Romanian women perceive in-vitro fertilization, surrogacy, and adoption as alternative pathways to traditional parenthood. Previous studies suggested that both...
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    The gender identity effect in hypothetical transgressions: a mixed approach exploring undergraduates' attitudes toward transgender individuals.Alexandra Maftei, Narcisa-Anamaria Cojocariu & Andrei Corneliu Holman - 2021 - Postmodern Openings 12 (2).
    The present study explored the relationship between attitudes toward transgender individuals and the judgments people make in transgression scenarios involving transgender and cisgender individuals of different ages in a sample of 184 Romanian students. We used a mixed-method approach and tested the effect of gender identity on participants' punishments in a hypothetical transgression. In hypothetical transgressions involving preadolescent transgender and cisgender agents, results suggested no differences in participants' theft punishments. However, adult cisgender transgressors received significantly harsher punishments compared to transgender (...)
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    Utilitarian choices in COVID-19 dilemmas depend on whether or not a foreign language is used and type of dilemma.Alexandra Maftei, Andrei-Corneliu Holman & Olga Gancevici - 2022 - Ethics and Behavior 32 (6):480-497.
    We were interested in exploring the associations and effects of experimental language (i.e., native – L1, or foreign – L2), dilemma type (i.e., personal – D1 or impersonal – D2), the digital device participants used (i.e., PC/laptop or smartphone), along with gender and age in sacrificial COVID-19 and non-COVID moral dilemmas. We performed two studies involving 522 participants aged 18 to 69 in April 2020. In Study 1, we found no significant associations between the dilemma type and the digital device. (...)
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