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  1. Predictors of Moral Thought in Two Contrasting Adolescent Samples.Janette Perz, Pauline Howie & Fiona A. White - 2000 - Ethics and Behavior 10 (3):199-214.
    This study investigated the consistency of the finding that family cohesion and adaptability are significant predictors of adolescent moral thought. To test this, 175 adolescents from a metropolitan population and 146 from an urban fringe population were administered White's revised Moral Authority Scale, Olson et al.'s Family Adaptability and Cohesion Evaluation Scale, and a family demographic questionnaire. A linear relation between family cohesion and family and equality sources of moral authority was found in both samples. However, the significant linear relation (...)
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  • Relationship Between Mother, Father, and Peer Attachment and Empathy With Moral Authority.Ali Teymoori & Wan Shahrazad - 2012 - Ethics and Behavior 22 (1):16 - 29.
    We explored the relationship between mother, father, and peer attachment security, empathy, and moral authority in order to clarify certain problems of previous empirical research on such relationships. A sample of 202 Persian-speaking undergraduate students completed questionnaires pertaining to these constructs. The results revealed that mother and father attachment were significantly correlated with family, society welfare, and equality sources of moral authority, whereas peer attachment security was related only to society welfare and equality sources of moral authority. Out of the (...)
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