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Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development Quiz

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1. At what stage of Kohlberg's stages of moral development are moral decisions primarily based on self-interest, such as avoiding punishment or gaining rewards?

2. According to Kohlberg, which stage of moral development involves the consideration of societal norms and laws to maintain social order?

3. In Kohlberg's theory, the Post-conventional Level of moral development is characterized by:

4. Which stage in Kohlberg's model is associated with 'good boy-good girl' orientation, where moral decisions are made to gain approval from others?

5. Kohlberg's stage that emphasizes social contract and individual rights, advocating for laws that are in the best interest of the majority, corresponds to:

6. The 'law and order' orientation, which focuses on maintaining law and order by respecting authority and following the rules, is most indicative of which Kohlberg stage?

7. At which of Kohlberg's stages is moral reasoning primarily guided by the desire to avoid physical punishment and gain rewards?

8. Kohlberg suggests that individuals at Stage 6 make decisions based on:

9. Which statement best reflects the moral reasoning at the Pre-conventional Level according to Kohlberg's stages?

10. The concept of 'universal ethical principles' is most closely associated with which level of Kohlberg's stages of moral development?