Relationships between moral judgment and cognitive reasoning
among 102 six-, nine-, and twelve- year -old boys and girls from predominantly
middle class backgrounds were studied. Findings obtained
supported Gutkin's (1972) formulation of a four stage approach toward
describing the transitional shift in children's moral judgments from
heteronomous to autonomous thought....
In the past, a major emphasis of child development
research and theory building has been the study of
acquisition of sex role learning. Today, an additional
dimension is seen in the study of the effect of sex role
stereotypy on self-concept. As a result of the research in
Introduction: Youth in foster care face greater rates of trauma and subsequent mental health challenges (Bruce et al., 2009; O’Neill et al., 2012; Seltzer et al., 2012; etc.) that place increased burden on their caregivers (Daniel, 2011; McKeough et al., 2017), suggesting that these specific groups of youth in foster...
This study is an attempt to discover (1) the types of behavior problems
school people report, (2) whether these reports contain information
which reliably indicates serious psychological disorders, and what might be
expected as a result of proper definition and recognition of these problems.
In addition, the findings of experts...
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships
between age, sex, eye-hand coordination, the time it takes individuals
to learn how to manipulate dental floss between all of their teeth, and
the time it takes individuals to learn how to effectively clean their
teeth with dental floss.
The primary purpose of this study was to explore the relationships
between the variables of sex, age, sibling status, age relationship
of sibling, age spacing between siblings and sex-role preference among
Seventy-one children, 32 boys and 39 girls, ranging in ages
from two-years-eleven-months to five-years-seven-months, served