Harsh out of necessity

Posted by on April 28, 2016 2:30 pm
Categories: health

Multiple sclerosis patients must not only address their unpleasant symptoms, they are also subject to unpredictable relapses, a condition that causes stress, say researchers. This condition has consequences for the ‘moral cognition’ of patients, who become particularly intransigent in moral judgments. This ‘moral inflexibility’ results from cognitive styles adopted to overcome the inconveniences of the disease.

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