Changes in thoughts, feelings and behaviors regarding standards of right and wrong is termed
Which dimension of moral development regulates social interactions and arbitrates conflict
when children think of justice and rules as unchangeable properties of the world that are out of the control of people they are displaying
During what age period do children transition between Piaget's heteronomous and atonomous moraltiy.
7 to 10 years
When children become aware that rules and laws are created by pople and in judging action, consider the actor's intentions as well as the consequences they are displaying
Young children believe that when a rule is broken, punishment will follow inevitably. This is a belief in
Ellie's mom bumps into her and Ellie's juice is spilled as a result. Ellie is surprised when she receives no punishment. Ellie believes in
Mack's brother suggests they change the rules of the game they arre playing. Mack protests and insists that rule changing is not allowed. Mack is
A heteronomous thinker
Cassidy's mother is angry when she discovers writing on the bedroom door. Cassidy replies, "Im not doing it now" Cassidy is a
According to Piaget parent child relations are less likely to foster moral devlopment than peer relations because
Parents hand down rules and punishment in an authoritarian way
What main method did kohlberg use to ecaluate moral reasoning
interviews about moral dilemma stories
Taetem is interviewed while participating in a protest. Taetem states that she has the right to express her opinion, as does anyone else abd that this protest increase her personal power.
Hector became a police officer, becasue he believes that members of society prosper from understanding social order, law, justice and duty. on what moral level does he reason
A person arrested for robbery states, "I stole the documents and I am willing to pay my dues but at least now the public is safer having this important safety information that the company was concealing. which moral level does this statement reflect?
Brent espouses the Libertarian political platform, whihc holds that laws should only ecist to preserve and protect fundamental human rights. This demonstrates which of Kohlberg's moral stages?
Social contract or utility and individual rights
Allan is visiting a country where it is illegal to give money to panhandlers but he feels such pangs of conscience that he ignores the law and gives freely to the impoverished children begging for food ...
Universal ethical principles
Kohlberg contemplated a seventh stage of moral development called the
More advanced moral reasoning is fostered when an individual is presented with material requiring thinking a stage above his/her established moral level. This concept is in line with Vygotsky's
Scaffolding in the zone of proximal development
Which of the following idd kohlberg believe is most influential in an individual's moral development
Which of the following statements represents a criticism of Kohlberg's theory of moral development
Action, not thought is demonstrative of moral level
Which of the following is an example of reasoning level and action mismatch criticism in Kohlberg's theory
Many terrorists believe that their behavior is justified
Which of the following is a criticism of Kohlberg's assessment of moral thought
Kohlberg's hypothetical dilemmas do not match everyday life quandaries
According to Damon (1988), where culturally specific practices take on profound ethical significance, the moral development of children focuses extensively on adherence to
Customs or conventions
The justice perceptive on moral behavior focuses on
The rights of the individual
The care perspective on moral behavior emphasizes
Connectedness, interpersonal communication and relationships
According to Carol Gilligan, when interpreting moral dilemmas, girls more often employ
A care perspective
It is unacceptable to lie steal cheat or hurt someone. These are examples of
Which theory of morality emphasizes the distinction between individual's ability to perform moral behavior and avtual moral behavior in specific situations
Critics of Kohlberg say that his evaluations measure ---------------, but that the true test of morality is ----------------.
Moral competency / moral preformance
Situation- specific ethical behavior is known as
According to freud's psychoanalytic throry what is the foundation of moral behavior
guilt and the desire to avoid feeling guilty
What is the moral branch of the personality in psychoanalytic theory
What are the two main components of the superego
ego ideal and conscience
Maya experiences a deep emotional reaction when she speaks to Stephanie about the death of Stephanie's son. Maya imagines herself in Stephanie's situation and feels
An evperimenter pretends to hurt her knee in front of a child reacts to another's emotional response. this experimenter is studying
A mother addresses her young daughter , "Ill talk to you after this mess is cleaned up!" This example best illustrates
Which discipline strategy produces the highest amount of arousal and hostility in a child
Ross Thompson (2006) asserts that children are moral apprentices and learn lessons about morality through
John Dewey believed that a school's classroom rules and moral orientation of the teachers and administrators create a moral atmospher and in turn a
Proponents of ______ believe that certain behaviors are wrong and that every school should have an explicit moral code that teaches students what is right and wrong.
Research shows that effective character education programs are liked to all of the following.
improved avademic achievement
To A 6 year old child being fair would most likely mean giving
an equal amount to all
Hank is angered when his younger brother recieves the same amount of allowance as he. "I do twice as many chores as he does!" Hank expects fairness according to
At an easter egg hunt the small children are allowed to start hunting a few minutes before the older children begin. This is an example of fairness according to
Age inappropriate actions and attitudes that violate family expectations societal norms and personal or property rights of others describe
a conduct disorder
A mayoral candidate advocates that juvenile offenders be treated as adults in the criminal justice system. Does research support or refute this idea
Beliefs and attitudes about the way things should be according to what is important to an individual are
When Chelsea sttends church, she asks questions about pictures in the bible storybook, rather than seeking to understand the story better. This is an example of which stage of religious thought
When adolescents begin to examine the more abstract features of religion , in which stage of religious thought are they functioning.
In which religion is adolescent Jana Most likely to believe
her parents' religion
Natalie participates in community service, does not use drugs and gets good grades. Natalie is likely
Which of the following is true of adolescents' religious involvement
Religious adolescents are less likely to engage in premarital sex
Approximately what percentage of Americans said that they pray everyday
Compared to middle adulthood, religious interests ______ in late adulthood
Increase for both men and women
At 85 Darlene is content. She has things to do, meets plenty of people and is in good health ...
Darlene practices her religious faith.
According to Victor Frankl, the three most distinct human qualities are freedom, responsibility and
Kohlberg's stages of moral reasoning have been studied in twenty seven cultures around the world these studies supported universality through Kohlberg's
Gerally moral issues that most concern adolescents are related to
What percentage of adolescent students did not go to school, on occasion, in 2005 because of safety concerns
Baumeiser and Vohs (2002) argue that the quest for a meaningful life is in terms of all except...
need for pirituality
According to lawrence walkers work on normal development mother teresa would be considered
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