Systematic subversion in the family: children’s coordination of moral, social, and personal considerations when deceiving parents and siblings
Psychological research on deception has recently begun to consider the ways children weigh and prioritize honesty against other valued moral, social, and personal considerations in complex social contexts – such as the family. Using the framework of social-cognitive domain research, Matt’s recent work addresses the question of coordination, focusing on how children’s judgments about the legitimacy of deception and defiance change through development.
Please join us for the next Faculty Lunch talk, presented by Matthew Gingo, Assistant Professor of Psychology. All are welcome to attend.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
PDR I and II