Do morals change due to a specific situation? Thirty undergraduate students solved a series of moral dilemmas under one of two conditions. Participants were lead to believe they were going to discuss their answers in
public or believed that their answers would be kept private. Each participant was also given both nonemotional and emotional dilemmas. Results indicated that neither the different conditions (public versus private) nor the type of dilemma (emotionally versus non-emotionally engaged) produced significant
differences. However, significant differences were found for many of the individual questions. Future research is discussed.