Would you steal an expensive drug from a large, thriving pharmaceutical company if it meant saving your spouse’s life? How about from the mom-and-pop drugstore down the street? While you may never be confronted by a situation like this one, it is an almost inescapable fact that at some point, you will find yourself in the middle of a messy moral dilemma. One might imagine that decisions of this caliber require every ounce of decision-making power that the brain can muster. According to a Harvard study released this week, however, one would be wrong.