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A Brief History of Moral Psychology with Sam Hardy

Dr. Sam Hardy, an associate professor of psychology at Brigham Young University, describes the branches of moral psychology that emerged in the wake of Lawrence Kholberg's theory of cognitive moral development.


Video about Kholberg's theory of moral stages

Richard Shweder's three ethics

Moral foundations theory website

Jonathan Haidt's "The emotional dog and it's rational tail: A social-intuitionist approach to moral judgement"

Moral identity approaches: Blasi's moral identity, Colby & Damon's book on moral exemplars, Larry Walker's lay conceptions of morality

Turiel & Nucci's Social Domain Theory

Dan Lapsley's book, Moral Psychology

Simpson effect example: paper of relationship between conscientiousness and neuroticism


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