Scientists invent an off-button for morality

04/6/2010 | ScienceBlogs.com

Neuroscientists have come up with a way of turning off the brain areas that handle ethical judgments. Researchers used magnetic pulses to disrupt activity in a specific region of the brain's right hemisphere, interfering with the subjects' ability to discern whether it was morally acceptable for someone to poison their friend's coffee.

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