GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) Psychology Lifespan Development-Development Theories, Applications and Issues Study Material (Page 1 of 2)

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Developmental Psychology: Moral Development, Freudian Developmental Theories, Erikson՚s Developmental Model

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Moral Development

  • Piaget theorized that a child՚s moral development passes from an initial heteronomous stage — in which rules are believed to be absolute and transgressions are thought always to result in punishment (moral realism) — to a more relativistic, autonomous stage. At around eight years of age, the child discovers that infractions of rules can be examined based on the intentions of the actor. Actions are judged according to their relative justness or unjustness. During the earl…

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National Character: Factors Providing National Character and Factors Developing National Character

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National character refers to enduring personality characteristics and unique life styles found among the population of a particular nation state. Hertz defined it as a totality of traditions, interests, and ideals so widespread and influential in a nation that they mol…

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