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Moral Development. Three Stage Theory by Lawrence Kohlberg !!!. Pre-conventional Morality. Morality based on rewards and punishments. If you are rewarded then it is OK. If you are punished, the act must be wrong. Conventional Morality. Look at morality based on how others see you.

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    1. Moral Development Three Stage Theory by Lawrence Kohlberg!!!

    2. Pre-conventional Morality • Morality based on rewards and punishments. • If you are rewarded then it is OK. • If you are punished, the act must be wrong.

    3. Conventional Morality • Look at morality based on how others see you. • If your peers , or society, thinks it is wrong, then so do you.

    4. Post-Conventional Morality • Based on self-defined ethical principles. • Your own personal set of ethics.

    5. Criticisms of Kohlberg Heinz Example of Morality • Carol Gilligan pointed out that Kohlberg only tested boys. • Boys tend to have more absolute value of morality. • Girls tend top look at situational factors.

    6. Gender Development • Biology (neuroscience) perspective: Corpus Callosum larger in woman. • Psychodynamic perspective: Competition for opposite sex parent. • Social-Cognitive Perspective : Gender Schema Theory • Behavioral Perspective: Social Learning Theory