The Development of a Social Reasoning Scale in the New British Ability Scales

Journal of Moral Education 10 (1):40-48 (1980)
Abstract From the earliest planning stages it has been proposed to incorporate items derived from developmental models in the British Ability Scales (BAS). The Social Reasoning Scale was initially based on Kohlberg's model of invariant stages of moral reasoning, although substantial modifications have been introduced. In the standardization this was given to about 2,000 children and young people; results show an age progression. With the publication of the BAS it is envisaged that further research using the Scale will be generated
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