Feelings or cognitions? Moral cognitions and emotions as longitudinal predictors of prosocial and aggressive behaviors
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Feelings or cognitions? Moral cognitions and emotions as longitudinal predictors of prosocial and aggressive behaviors

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Feelings or cognitions? Moral cognitions and emotions as longitudinal predictors of prosocial and aggressive behaviors

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Carlo, Gustavo; Mestre Escrivá, María Vicenta Perfil; Samper García, Paula Perfil; Tur Porcar, Ana María Perfil; Armenta, B. E.
This document is a artículoDate2010
There is debate regarding the roles of sociomoral cognitions and emotions in understanding moral development. The short-term longitudinal relations among perspective taking, sympathy, prosocial moral reasoning, prosocial behaviors and aggression in adolescents were examined. Participants were 489 students (M age = 12.28 years, SD = .48; 232 boys) in public and private schools from predominantly middle class families in Valencia, Spain. Students completed measures of perspective taking, sympathy, prosocial moral reasoning, prosocial behaviors, and aggressive behaviors. Overall, structural equation modeling analyses showed that moral reasoning and emotions were interrelated and predicted both prosocial behaviors and aggression. Discussion focuses on the relevance of both social cognitions and emotions in moral development.

    Carlo, Gustavo Mestre Escrivá, María Vicenta Samper García, Paula Tur Porcar, Ana María Armenta, B. E. 2010 Feelings or cognitions? Moral cognitions and emotions as longitudinal predictors of prosocial and aggressive behaviors Personality and Individual Differences 48 8 865 962
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2010.02.010

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