小汏 asked in 社會科學心理學 · 1 decade ago

翻譯,中翻英,急。翻譯軟體,翻出來怪怪的^^謝大大

答案: 兩者都有害怕疑惑猶豫的感覺大過於它們想幫助人的渴望。對陌生人而言都是不信任的。兩者對自己當時行為決定,事後都感到內疚。會不斷詢問自己,釐清自己的認知上道德有無偏差,最後兩者都透過一件事的發生,去看見自己的行為想法認知上的盲點。但也發現結果所選者的結果是沒有對與錯,而是每個人認知考量面向都不同,找到自己可以心安理得,並且以不讓自己受傷,不讓家人擔心,不造成社會混亂,未嘗不是件好事。

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    Both have great sense of hesitation, fear of too much doubt they want to help people desire. Both in terms of distrust of strangers. Both the decision of their own behavior at that time, and afterwards felt guilty. Will continue to ask ourselves, to clarify whether their cognitive and moral deviation, finally, both through the occurrence of one thing to see their own idea of cognitive behavior of a blind spot. However, the results also found that the results of the selected person is not right and wrong, but for each person cognitive considerations are different, you can find their own peace of mind, and in order to prevent self-injury, keeping the family concerned does not cause social chaos, not necessarily a bad piece a good thing.

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