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Children’s view on the appropriate use of parental authority in each domain c) Parent–child conflict during adolescence 3. What aspects of moral development does Kohlberg’s theory seek to explain? In other words, what does he focus on? 4. Describe the three levels of Kolhberg’s theory. What is the defining characteristic of each? What is considered “moral” at each level? 5. Do children proceed through the stages of Kohlberg’s theory as he described? Which stages are the exceptions? 6. Are Kohlberg’s stages of moral judgment apparent in different cultures? 7. How is moral judgment related to moral behavior? 1
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8. According to Kohlberg, are young children “premoral”? How does his answer compare with the conclusions of current research on early conscience development, emotion understanding, and early helping behavior? 9. Why do we help other people? Provide an explanation involving each of the following processes described in lecture: a. Emotional b. Cognitive c. Behavioral d. Social 10. What are some of the explanations that children offer for acting prosocially? Distinguish explanations with a hedonistic orientation, needs orientation, interpersonal approval orientation, empathic orientation, and internalized values orientation. T EXT Chapter 10 1. How is role-taking relevant to the development of altruistic behavior in children? 2. How does the “felt responsibility” hypothesis explain the association between empathy and altruistic behavior? 3. What are the parenting practices that contribute to the development of altruistic behavior in children? 4. What is a "mutually responsive orientation" and how is it relevant to conscience development? 5. What does the research show concerning possible gender and cultural biases in Kohlberg’s theory? How is social experience important to developmental changes in moral judgment? 6. What are the parenting practices that contribute to moral maturity in offspring? 2
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  • Spring '08
  • moral judgment, interpersonal approval orientation

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