Talk:Research: Cognitive ability
Moral reasoning: "Turiel (1983) has shown that young children do not believe [that actions are wrong just because they are punished]. They say that harmful acts, such as hitting and pulling hair, are wrong whether they are punished or not. They even say that such acts would be wrong if adults ordered them to be done."
- I like the direction the quote takes, but how was the study controlled? The Admins 23:28, 25 February 2009 (UTC)