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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 ...
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, ...