Flashcards in Chapter 12 Deck (20):
In which an adult helps the child notice others feelings by pointing out the effects of the child's misbehavior on others
Endorsement of moral values as central to their self-concept
Suggests children in this first stage views rules as handed down by authorities, as having permanent existence, as unchangeable
The tendency to view mental phenomena, including rule, as fixed external features of reality
Morality of cooperation
In which they no longer view rules as fixed but see them as flexible, socially agreed-on principles at can be revised the suit the will of the majority
The idea expressed in the golden rule
Morality is externally controlled.
Individuals continue to regard conformity to social rules as important, but not for reasons of self-interest.
Move beyond unquestioning support for the laws and rules of their own society.
Which protect people's rights and welfare
Customs determined solely by consensus, such as table manners and rituals of social inter-action
Matters of personal choice
Such as friends, hairstyle, and leisure activities, which do not violate rights and are up to the individual
Delay of gratification
Waiting for an appropriate time and place to engage in a tempting act
The ability to monitors ones own conduct, constantly adjusting it as circumstances present opportunities to violate inner standards
Adopting societal standards for right actions ones own
In which children act to fulfill a need or desire obtain an object, privelage, space, or social reward, such as adult attention or peer admiration and unemotionally attack a person to achieve their goal.
Is an angry, defensive response to a provocation or a blocked goal and is meant to hurt another person
Harms others through physical injury-pushing, hitting, kicking, or punching others, or destroying another's property.
Harms other through threats of physical aggression, name-calling, or hostile teasing