Week 10 - Moral Development

Daniel Whiting
Quiz by Daniel Whiting, updated more than 1 year ago
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Undergrad PSY235 - Developmental Psychology Quiz on Week 10 - Moral Development, created by Daniel Whiting on 10/26/2017.

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Question 1

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Kohlbergs theory of morality: Level 1: [blank_start]Preconventional Morality[blank_end] Stage 1: [blank_start]Punishment/obedience[blank_end] Stage 2: [blank_start]Instrumental hedonism[blank_end] Level 2: [blank_start]Conventional Morality[blank_end] Stage 3: [blank_start]Good boy/girl morality[blank_end] Stage 4: [blank_start]Authority and social order[blank_end] Level 3: [blank_start]Postconventional morality[blank_end] Stage 5 : [blank_start]Individual rights[blank_end] Stage 6: [blank_start]Principles of conscience[blank_end]
Answer
  • Preconventional Morality
  • Punishment/obedience
  • Instrumental hedonism
  • Conventional Morality
  • Good boy/girl morality
  • Authority and social order
  • Postconventional morality
  • Individual rights
  • Principles of conscience

Question 2

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Banduras social cognitive approach proposed a model of reciprocal determinism where a person's [blank_start]behaviour[blank_end] is a result of an interplay between [blank_start]personal[blank_end] and [blank_start]situational[blank_end] factors.
Answer
  • behaviour
  • level of morality
  • personal
  • cognitive
  • emotional
  • situational
  • external

Question 3

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Sociocognitive modes of influence on moral behaviour involve
Answer
  • Modeling
  • Enactive experience
  • Direct tuition
  • Behaviour (B)
  • Person (P)
  • Situational (E)

Question 4

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Which of the following are regulators of moral conduct?
Answer
  • Age
  • Social sanctions
  • Self sanctions
  • Perceived self efficacy
  • Self regulatory ability
  • Perception of authority

Question 5

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Which of the following are ways we disengage from self-sanctions for immoral behaviour?
Answer
  • Reconstrual of behaviour
  • Obscuring personal responsibility
  • Distorting consequences of behaviour
  • Vilifying/dehumanising victims
  • Justification
  • Advantages comparisons
  • Displacement/diffusion of responsibility
  • Euphemising
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