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]
Good boy/girl morality
Authority and social order
Principles of conscience
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.
level of morality
Sociocognitive modes of influence on moral behaviour involve
Which of the following are regulators of moral conduct?
Perceived self efficacy
Self regulatory ability
Perception of authority
Which of the following are ways we disengage from self-sanctions for immoral behaviour?