Cross-cultural Validity of the MJT

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  1. Prof. Dr. Georg Lind
  2. The Cross-Cultural Validity of the Moral Judgment Test (MJT) --
  3. Contents
  4. The Moral Judgment Test
  5. Types of Moral Orientations:
  6. Response Patterns Indicating Low versus High
  7. Dia 7
  8. The Criteria: Three Universal Characteristics of Moral Judgment Behavior
  9. Quasi-Simplex-Structure of
  10. Correlation Matrix (Kohlberg, 1958)
  11. Kohlberg, 1958: Quasi-Simplex-Structure
  12. Quasi-simplex Structure (1)
  13. Quasi-simplex
  14. Quasi-Simplex
  15. Quasi-Simplex-Structure
  16. Moral Attitudes in Five Countries
  17. High Moral Ideals:
  18. Preference Hierarchy
  19. Moral and Democratic Competencies:
  20. Defining Moral Competences:
  21. A Modern Definition:
  22. Affective-Cognitive Parallelism
  23. Dia 23
  24. Affective-Cognitive Parallelism
  25. Affective-Cognitive Parallelism
  26. Affective-Cognitive Parallelism
  27. Moral Segmentation
  28. Dia 28
  29. Dia 29
  30. Dia 30
  31. Dia 31
  32. Dia 32
  33. Dia 33
  34. Moral Judgment Competence
  35. Moral Judgment Competence by Religiosity
  36. Moral Judgment Competence and Religiosity
  37. Moral Judgment Competence and Religiosity
  38. Dia 38


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Presentation at the Annual Meeting of MOSAIC in Konstanz, July 20-22, 2005, (c) Georg Lind

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July 25, 2005 (Monday)