Moral Development

Moral Development - PSY 335: Moral Development (Lecture)...

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PSY 335: Moral Development (Lecture) 03/04/2008 11:31:00 Perspectives on Moral Development Biological- evolutionary, genetic, brain areas o Today: induction, empathy-based guilt Social Learning- modeling moral behavior (what motivates morals) Cognitive-Developmental- Children as active thinkers w/ social rules Inductive Discipline Helps child notice other’s feelings Point out effects on misbehavior on others Not other’s distress (empathy-based guilt) Empathetic Children require less assertion Punishment in Early Childhood Effectiveness of punishment is increased by: o Consistency
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o Warm parent-child relationship o Positive discipline Alternatives to Punishment: o Time Out, Withdrawing privileges, positive discipline 
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course PSY 335 taught by Professor Cromer during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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