عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: The similarities and differences of moral judgements between men and women have always been controversial. Since ethics and its related areas are not separate from psychology, because of its importance in social and human interactions, it is also of great importance. For this reason, much research and empirical works have focused on gender differences and ethics, which has yielded various results and has created ambiguities. Therefore, the results of this research can be helpful in explaining these issues. Method: Regarding the purpose of the study, the method of the meta-analysis in this study includes all studies conducted and published on gender differences in ethical decisions that have been published in the last ten years. Results: The results suggest that although gender differences in emotional responses appear to be detrimental to others, both men and women engage in similar levels of processing in moral confrontation, and differences in factors, such as age, education, studies, and the like are more important.