DELINQUENCY--Moral Judgment

May 1977
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1977, Vol. 10 Issue 5
Academic Journal
Comments on the study by Gregory J. Jurkovic and Norman M. Prentice, which attempted to clarify how dimensions of family interaction are related to moral judgment and moral behavior in delinquent and nondelinquent families. Resolution of moral dilemmas presented jointly to mothers and sons; Global ratings of affective and cognitive components of family interaction.


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