The Behavioral Side of Moral Development

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The Behavioral Side of Moral Development by Mind Map: The Behavioral Side of Moral Development

1. 4) Stages of internalization

1.1. Age of 2-5 years

1.1.1. Shows sensitivity to intentions when making moral judgment

1.1.2. At the end of this period, displays differentiated understanding of authority figures legitimacy

1.1.3. Distinguishes moral rules, social conventions and matters of personal choice

1.2. Age of 6-11 years

1.2.1. Takes more variables into account in distinguishing moral rules, social conventions and matters of personal choice

1.2.2. Adapts concept of fairness to each situation

1.3. Age of 12 years - adulthood

1.3.1. The link between moral reasoning and behavior strengthens

2. 3) Moral Development

2.1. i ) Moral feelings

2.2. ii) Moral reasoning

2.3. iii) Moral behavior

2.3.1. a) Moral sensitivity

2.3.2. b) Moral judgment vs MORAL CHOICE

2.3.2.1. I) object

2.3.2.2. ii) intention

2.3.2.3. iii) circumstances of particular action

2.3.3. c) Moral motivation

2.3.4. d) Moral character

2.4. iv) Conscience

2.4.1. Super Ego

3. Stages of Self-control

3.1. 1) Toddlerhood

3.1.1. I) Compliance

3.1.1.1. 12-18 months

3.1.1.2. The action of complying a wish or command

3.1.2. ii) Delay of Gratification

3.1.2.1. waiting for appropriate time and place to engage in tempting act.

3.1.2.2. Ability to wait increased between 18-30 months

3.2. 2) Childhood and adolescence

3.2.1. I) Resistance to temptation

3.2.1.1. At preschoolers age

3.2.1.2. Have two reward

3.2.1.2.1. I) They have to wait for another reward

3.2.1.2.2. ii) They can have it anytime

3.2.2. i) Self-regulation

3.2.2.1. by school years

3.2.2.2. self control be transformed into a flexible capacity for moral self regulation