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CHECKLIST FOR THE EXAM
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Moral development
What are Piaget's stages of moral judgement?
What was Nelson's alternative to moral comparison stories?
What are Kohlberg's preconventional, conventional + postconventional levels?
What are the ways of investigating moral development?
What is Eisenberg's model of presocial reasoning?
What is Gilligan's ethic of care?
What is Gilligan's three levels of moral development?
What is Damon's research into distributive justice?
What are the psychodynamic explanations of moral development? (Superego)
SCHIZOPHRENIA AND MOOD DISORDERS
Schizophrenia
How do you classify…read more

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What is the cognitive treatment of depression?
Evaluate the treatments of mood disorders
FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY
What are the problems in defining crime?
How do you measure crime?
What is the typology approach of offender profiling?
What is the geographical approach of offender profiling?
What is the effectiveness of offender profiling?
What is Lombroso's ativistic form of offending?
What is Sheldon's somatotype theory of offending?
What is the biological explanation of offending?
What is the psychodynamic explanation of offending?
What is the behaviourist theory of offending?…read more

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Understanding of rules in the games of marbles.
He did this using clinical interviews, in-depth questioning and discussions using moral comparisons.
UNDERSTANDING OF RULES IN THE GAME OF MARBLES
Piaget observed children playing marbles. He asked them to teach him the rules and explain them. Finally he asked them
where rules came from and how can they be changed.
PIAGET'S STAGES OF MORAL DEVELOPMENT
From this research, he proposes three stages of moral development.
Piaget also believes that morality develops like the cognitive development.…read more

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Model answer question: `distinguish heteronomous and autonomous understanding'.
CHILDREN'S UNDERSTANDING OF PUNISHMENT
IMMANENT JUSTICE (karma)-This is when unpleasant events happen by chance after wrongdoing; these are actually
punishments.
Piaget found that only autonomous (10+ years) children considered intentions and they recommended reciprocity
punishment. This is contrasted with heteronomous children who only considered consequences and they recommended
expiatory punishment.
PIAGET'S UNDERSTANDING OF LIES
Piaget asked children to judge how naughty different lies were.
He found their understanding of lies changed with age.…read more

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DESIGN YOUR OWN STUDIES
PIAGET'S MORAL COMPARISON STORIES
Alfie was painting a picture for his mam. As he was colouring his picture, he accidently drops the plain all over the floor.
David saw his brother with the new water blaster, because David was jealous and wanted to play with it, he steals it from his
brother. No water fell on the floor.
Which child is naughtier and why?
NELSON'S FOUR VERSIONS
Intention/consequenc Story told (which version?)
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Good/bad Arianna was baking her mam a cake.…read more

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Piaget only focused on the ways of moral reasoning.
Kohlberg believed that all children in the moral realism stage respect and obey rules.
Piaget claimed that all children in the moral realism stage respect and obey rules.
HEINZ'S DILEMMA
Heinz's wife is dying.
A chemist in the town is selling a drug that could save her.
Heinz couldn't afford the drug.
Heinz steals the drug and faces the chance of jail.…read more

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No participant skipped or went back a stage.
KEY STUDY: JADDACK
Supported that Kohlberg's stages were not gender bias.
Both male and female college students were interviewed about a hypothetical dilemma involving risk-taking
behaviour (unprotected sex).
He found that younger students were more likely to risk take, whereas, the older students were more likely to use
moral reasoning.
The age and gender of the questioner may have affected the results.
Demand characteristics may have occurred; socially desirable responses.
EVALUATION ()
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