Aspects of the ethical behaviour from a neurological perspective

Viorelia Lungu
2019 Zenodo  
Ethical behavior is based on logic and reason, on a conscious processuality, specific to the left hemisphere mode. It has the function of processing logical information, and the right parietal hemisphere in the human brain has a nervous center in which all moral decisions are "processed" through a peripheral memory. Moral conduct is a way of behaving, presupposes human action, and is regulated by moral consciousness, which unites organically psychic and behavioral facts. Consciousness is
more » ... ciousness is expressed in knowledge converted into attitudes, behaviours which can be developed through professional ethics, discipline that can be taught and learned, and consequently changing the behaviour of the learner.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2606420 fatcat:ifmkxayhsbfgxfzsk3ifeb4o3m