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Historical Background of the Psychology of 318
A Phenomenological Approach Toward the Moral 1942
Aspects of an Integrated Theory of Moral Development
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Act and Agent activity adolescents adulthood adults aggression altruism anger anxiety approach awareness Bandura biological C.S. Lewis character development cognitive aspect commitment competence concept concern deindividuation described developmental Developmental Psychology distress effects elderly Ellrod emotions empathy Erikson example experience factors feelings Freud function Gilligan guilt Hoffman human identity important individuals influence integrated integrated theory interaction issues Journal of Personality Kohlberg mature ment Milgram Mischel moral action moral agent moral behavior moral choice moral cognition moral development moral education moral judgment moral reasoning motivation norms obedience one's orientation paradigm parents Personality and Social perspective Piaget present principles prosocial behavior psychoanalytic punishment rational relationship response role Samay self-concept self-efficacy self-ideal sense sex differences shame situational and interpersonal social environment social learning theory Social Psychology sociobiology stage Staub stories structures superego theoretical theory of moral tion transrational values virtue York