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Role of Kolmogorov Complexity on Interest in Moral Dilemma Stories

Abstract : Several studies have highlighted the combined role of emotions and reasoning in the determination of judgments about morality. Here we explore the influence of Kolmogorov complexity in the determination, not only of moral judgment, but also of the associated narrative interest. We designed an experiment to test the predictions of our complexity-based model when applied to moral dilemmas. It confirms that judgments about interest and morality may be explained in part by discrepancies in complexity. This preliminary study suggests that cognitive computations are involved in decision-making about emotional outcomes.
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Antoine Saillenfest, Jean-Louis Dessalles. Role of Kolmogorov Complexity on Interest in Moral Dilemma Stories. CogSci2012, Aug 2012, Sapporo, Japan. pp.947-952. ⟨hal-00794348⟩

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