This book contains selections from psychologists social scientists and educators on the origins and nature of moral reasoning and behavior part one is an introduction and is intended to help the reader organize the wealth of theory and research in the field around eight basic questions confronting a science of morality. Part four looks at the moral dimensions of important social issues and attempts to derive intervention strategies from the accumulated theory and research about moral behavior author pb ad. Moral development and behavior theory research interaction internalized issues kibbutz kohlberg m l hoffman mnaghten rules maturity measures ment mental mischel moral behavior moral conduct moral development moral judgment moral reasoning moral stage motives moral development and behavior theory research and social issues . Lawrence kohlbergs stages of moral development constitute an adaptation of a psychological theory originally conceived by the swiss psychologist jean piaget kohlberg began work on this topic while a psychology graduate student at the university of chicago in 1958 and expanded upon the theory throughout his life the theory holds that moral reasoning the basis for ethical behavior has six . Moral development and behavior theory research and social issues edited by thomas lickonanew york holt rinehart and winston 1976 430 pp
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