Nelson - Factors Influencing Young Children's use of motives and outcomes as moral criteria

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1. Background

1.1. Piaget

1.2. Problems with previous research

1.3. Lyons and Ruth

1.4. Keasey

2. Aims

3. Research method

3.1. Interviews

4. Study 1

4.1. Participants

4.2. IVs

4.3. DVs

4.4. Story presentation

4.5. Versions of story

4.6. Story

4.7. Pictures

4.8. Response scale

4.9. Procedure

4.10. Results

4.10.1. Judgements overall

4.10.1.1. Which shows

4.10.2. means

4.10.3. Interaction between motive and outcome and story presentation

4.10.4. Recall

4.11. Discussion

4.11.1. Cues

5. Study 2

5.1. Aim

5.2. Materials and procedure

5.3. Participants

5.4. Results

5.4.1. Cues

5.5. Story presentation

6. Overall findings

6.1. Story presentation

6.2. Cues for judgements

6.3. Congruence of motive and outcome

6.4. To make a moral judgement

7. Evaluation

7.1. Usefulness

7.2. Ecological validity and mundane realism

7.2.1. However

7.3. Reliability

7.4. Reliability

7.5. Validity

7.6. Generalisations

7.7. Quantitative data

7.8. Quantitative data