Who believed that moral development, like cognitive development, follows a series of stages? erik erikson jean piaget lawrence kohlberg sigm

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Who believed that moral development, like cognitive development, follows a series of stages? erik erikson jean piaget lawrence kohlberg sigmund freud?

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2022-04-28T04:18:12+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Iris
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    2022-04-28T04:19:21+00:00

    Lawrence Kohlberg believed that moral development, like cognitive development, follows a nseries of stages.

    Lawrence Kohlberg developed the stage theory of moral development in 1958. His theory is based on Jean nPiaget’s theory of moral judgment for children (1932). The stages are:
    Preconventional level

    Punishment/obedience orientation
    Instrumental purpose orientation
    Conventional level
    Good Boy/Nice Girl orientation
    Law and order orientation
    Postconventional or principled level
    Social contract orientation
    Universal ethical principle orientation

  2. Raelynn
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    2022-04-28T04:19:33+00:00

    It was “Lawrence Kohlberg”.

    Originating from Jean Piaget’s hypothesis of moralnreasoning, the theory of moral development an extremely intriguingnsubject that was presented by Lawrence Kohlberg, this hypothesis influenced usnto comprehend that morality begins from the early youth years and can beninfluenced by a many components and factors.

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