Moral choices one is able to tell his eyes. This is the conclusion of experts from the University of California (USA) during a simple experiment.
Volunteers listened to through headphones recording various life situations and evaluate the morality of actions. The entire course of the study were recorded by the cameras, tracking movements of the eyes, head, hands and other body parts.
Scientists created before the volunteers a choice of two phrases: ""sometimes justified killing" and "murder can never be justified". It was proposed to quickly make a choice. In 58% of cases, the volunteers chose the proposal that just caught my eye the very first time.
Experts believe that using certain techniques, you can manipulate a moral choice. The findings will help in the development of new technologies related to the detection of deception in interrogations.