L33 Psych 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Longitudinal Study, Radium, Moral Realism

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Intro columbine: bullying, what are their morals, parents and teachers help develop moral reasoning. Freud psychodynamic theory: id primitive instincts and drive, ego practical and rational component of personality, superego moral agent in personality. Self-control delay of gratification: the ability to control behavior and inhibit impulsive responding to temptations. Piaget"s theory of moral development: interviewed kinds and asked them what they would do in certain situations, a little boy called john was in his room. But behind the door there was a chair and on the chair there was a tray with 15 cups on it. John couldn"t have known that there was all this behind the door. Kohlberg"s theory of moral judgment: longitudinal studies, stage theory, universal, children in every culture go through these stages, reasoning, not decision, heinz" story, in europe, a woman was near death from cancer. One drug might save her, a form of radium that a druggist has.

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