Medication for Parkinson’s disease shown to lower morality and increase willingness to harm others

Healthy people who are given commonly prescribed mood-altering drugs see significant changes in the degree to which they are willing to tolerate harm against themselves and others, according to a study published Thursday. The research has implications for understanding human morality and decision-making. A team of scientists from the University College London (UCL) and OxfordContinue reading “Medication for Parkinson’s disease shown to lower morality and increase willingness to harm others”