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PSYC 2250 Lecture 80: Lecture 80
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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 2250
Professor
Steven Hladkyj
Semester
Summer

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lc78 Culture Theories of Moral Development Number of theories Piagte, Kohlberg, and Turiel Most link moral development to cognitive development Piaget intentionality and how dissignificance of rules and fractions and punishments Premoral Stage 2 4 Years Not yet developed moral sensibility Moral Realism Stage 57 years Rules are created by wise adults therefore must be followed and cannot be changed Referred to as Heteronomous morality absolute rules handed down by another Immanent justice Idea that breaking the rule always lead tos to a punishment Limits to moral understanding Power of adults to command understanding Cognitive immaturity Expiratory punishment If you get punish enough then its okay Moral Relativism 810 years Understanding that rules are created by people to help them get along o Autonomous morality morality based more on free will o Consequences and intent of behavior o Conflicts
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