TB9 D&L Lecture 4; Adolescence

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1. What is Kohlbergs theory of moral development?

  • Theory covers the lifespan. Each stage has a crisis that needs resolution. Moratorium and role confusion are key elements.
  • Moral reasoning progresses through a universal sequence of stages.
  • A matrix between crisis (experienced/not experienced) and commitment (did/did not make). Either identity or moratorium is achieved
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2. Which of these is Eriksons theory of psychosocial development?

  • Theory peaks in childhood and declines in adolescence. Each stage has a crisis that needs resolution. Moratorium and role confusion are key elements.
  • Theory covers the lifespan. Each stage has a crisis that needs resolution. Moratorium and role confusion are key elements.
  • Theory peaks in adolesence and declines with age. Each stage has a crisis that needs resolution. Moratorium and role confusion are key elements.
  • Theory peaks in adolesence. Each stage has a crisis that needs resolution. Moratorium and role confusion are key elements.

3. What are two issues with measuring TOM in adolescence using typical task methodology?

  • Internal validity issues, Ceiling effects
  • Ceiling effects, how TOM drives IRL decisions
  • Floor effects, how TOM drives IRL decisions
  • External validity issues, Floor effects

4. What are the three levels of Kohlbergs view of moral development?

  • Pre conventional morality, morality moratorium, post conventional morality
  • Pre conventional morality, conventional morality, post conventional morality
  • Diffusion/foreclosure, moratorium, achievement
  • Moratorium, foreclosure, achievement/identity resolution

5. What is a key focus of adolescent self development?

  • Formation of a sense of identity
  • Formation of self esteem
  • Formation of personal goals and introspection
  • Formation of external goals and social relationships

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