PSY 430 Lecture 1

PSY 430 Lecture 1 - B. Cognitive capacity a. Understand...

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PSY 430 Lecture 1 What are morals? a. Very broad b. Who you are and what you do A. Guidelines for life/rules B. Define good and bad or right and wrong C. Values or standards in judging yourself and others D. Code of conduct E. Bad thing for a good cause or good thing for bad cause F. Conscience What do they do? A. Guidelines -help to determine what to do or not do a. What is rewarded? What is punished? A. How we evaluate people B. How we evaluate the self What do they require? A. (Consensual) definition B. Consequences a. Rules, Laws, Code A. Teachers -might need to be communicated to
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Unformatted text preview: B. Cognitive capacity a. Understand what it means to be moral b. Be aware of surroundings A. Empathy B. Flexibility? Where do they come from? A. Society/culture a. Religion A. Situation B. Self a. Attitudes b. Experiences -learning A. Others B. Media a. Role models (emulations) i. Role Specific -those that are held in more high regard are going to be more scrutinized b. Signals importance c. Desensitization d. "I'm old enough to be your sketchy teenaged dad" e. Provides scapegoats i. Singles out targets...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2011 for the course PSY 430 taught by Professor Evans during the Spring '11 term at Miami University.

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PSY 430 Lecture 1 - B. Cognitive capacity a. Understand...

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