Morality, Social psychology, Moral development, Moral psychology and Moral disengagement are his primary areas of study. His Developmental psychology research extends to Social psychology, which is thematically connected. The concepts of his Moral development study are interwoven with issues in Machiavellianism, Personality, Psychopathy, Value judgment and Harm.
His Moral psychology research integrates issues from Intuitionism, Moral dilemma and Deliberation. His Moral disengagement study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Temptation, Social dilemma and Moral reasoning. His work in the fields of Epistemology, such as Moral intuitions, intersects with other areas such as Intuition.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Morality, Moral disengagement, Disgust and Social cognitive theory of morality. His study in the field of Blame is also linked to topics like Variety. The Morality study combines topics in areas such as Phenomenon, Environmental ethics, Personality, Empirical research and Harm.
Moral disengagement is often connected to Moral development in his work. As a member of one scientific family, David A. Pizarro mostly works in the field of Social cognitive theory of morality, focusing on Moral psychology and, on occasion, Moral character. His Developmental psychology research includes elements of Big Five personality traits and Social group.
David A. Pizarro mainly focuses on Social psychology, Morality, Politics, Conservatism and Ideology. His Social psychology research incorporates elements of Disgust and Variety. His research integrates issues of Phenomenon, Social partners, Inference, Normative ethics and Empirical research in his study of Morality.
His study in Empirical research is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social relation, PsycINFO, Social intuitionism and Moral disengagement. His Politics research includes themes of Sociocultural evolution and Ethnic group. David A. Pizarro has included themes like Cognitive psychology, Sensation and Association in his Conservatism study.
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Conservatives are more easily disgusted than liberals
Yoel Inbar;David A. Pizarro;Paul Bloom.
Cognition & Emotion (2009)
Disgust sensitivity predicts intuitive disapproval of gays.
Yoel Inbar;David A. Pizarro;Joshua Knobe;Paul Bloom.
The mismeasure of morals: Antisocial personality traits predict utilitarian responses to moral dilemmas
Daniel M. Bartels;David A. Pizarro.
The intelligence of the moral intuitions: comment on Haidt (2001).
David A. Pizarro;Paul Bloom.
Psychological Review (2003)
The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Anxiety and Depression among Adolescents
Pablo Fernández-Berrocal;Rocio Alcaide;Natalio Extremera;David Pizarro.
Individual Differences Research (2006)
Disgust Sensitivity, Political Conservatism, and Voting
Yoel Inbar;David Pizarro;Ravi Iyer;Jonathan Haidt.
Social Psychological and Personality Science (2012)
Emotion and Memory Research: A Grumpy Overview
Linda J. Levine;David A. Pizarro.
Social Cognition (2004)
Moral heuristics. Commentaries. Author's reply
Cass R. Sunstein;Matthew D. Adler;Christopher J. Anderson;Elizabeth Anderson.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2005)
Nothing more than feelings? The role of emotions in moral judgment
Journal for The Theory of Social Behaviour (2000)
The motivated use of moral principles
Eric Luis Uhlmann;David A. Pizarro;David Tannenbaum;Peter H. Ditto.
Judgment and Decision Making (2009)
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