Embodied Moral Cognition
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The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of physical exercise on moral judgment as well as to replicate previous findings in differences of reaction times to personal and impersonal moral dilemmas. The results showed a significant effect of exercise on moral judgment however the effect was temporary and visible only in the first five moral dilemmas. The study also managed to show a trend of significant variation in response times within the personal moral dilemmas, as observed in other research.