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Chapter 10 Moral development primarily consists of growth in which component of emotion? - moral reasoning - moral affect - moral behavior When witnessing another person in distress, children are least likely to help if they - feel self-oriented distress. Jane shares her lunch with a classmate, saying "Well, she forgot her lunch and she wouldn't have anything to eat. She should have remembered so it's really her fault, but she has to eat." Jane's reasoning would be considered at which level of prosocial moral reasoning? - needs oriented Role-taking can contribute to the motivation to help others because - it contributes to a child's emotional engagement in the circumstances of someone who may need assistance. - it causes children to better understand the perspective of another who needs help. - it enables children to comprehend what another might need, especially if the person's needs are not clearly apparent. The cognitive-developmental perspective to moral development assumes each of the following EXCEPT - moral development depends very heavily on cognitive growth.
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