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The Acquisition of Formal Operational Schemata During Adolescence:A Cross-National Comparison
The study compared the results of three cross-sectional and large-scale group studies conducted in Cyprus, Israel, and the USA. The studies examined the acquisition of the formal schemata of control of variables, proportions, ...
Antecedent variables for sociomoral reasoning development: evidence from two cultural settings
(Taylor & Francis, 1997)
This study examined the developmental pattern of sociomoral reasoning in two different cultural settings, focusing on factors assumed to influence the course of growth in this particular domain. The specific hypotheses ...
Moral and cognitive reasoning features in congenitally blind children: comparisons with the sighted
Moral and cognitive reasoning (within the Piagetian theory) aspects of congenitally blind children ranging in age from 6 to 12 years were examined and compared with those of a sighted sample, matched in age and socio-economic ...
Sociomoral Reasoning in Congenitally deaf children as a function of cognitive maturity
(Taylor & Francis, 1991)
The operational and sociomoral reasoning maturity of 70 congenitally deaf children was examined and compared with the respective maturity of a sensory unimpaired control sample, matched in age (7‐13 years) and socioeconomic ...
Political involvement and socio-moral reasoning: testing Emler's interpretation
n previous research on the relationships between socio-moral reasoning and political orientation, the evolving capacities in the moral-cognitive realm have been considered as the framework for the formation of different ...
Postformal and Postconventional Reasoning in Educationally Advanced Adults
(Taylor & Francis, 1989)
The structural correspondence between postconventional sociomoral reasoning and postformal operational skills was examined to determine whether Stage 5 moral reasoning can be considered a hard stage in the Piagetian sense, ...