Are used to identify patterns of life to help explain growth and change in humans.
Are used to help identify cognitive functions.
Are used to control behavioural issues within young children.
Are a complex idea formed by Daniel Levinson.
Middle aged men going through mid-life crisises.
Growth of women in society.
The resulting behaviour of interactions between children and animals.
How adult behaviour influences children.
Women's concern with their family life.
Women in the workplace and how they interact with co-workers.
Selfish orientation of women.
How women feel it is wrong to act in their own interests
Individuals stopped developing at age 17.
True development only occurs during puberty
Development continues throughout adulthood
Both A and B.
Moral reasoning through many stages.
Social responsibility through two stages.
A vocation at age 18.
When active in society.
1. Good boy/girl 2. Principled Conscience
1. Law and Order 2. Social Contract
1. Obedience and Punishment 2. Individualism, Instrumentalism, and Exchange
None of the above