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13 Cards in this Set

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prosocial behavior
voluntary beh intended to benefit another, such as helping, sharing, and comforting of others
Moral judgments
decisions that pertain to issues of right and wrong, fairness, and justice
social conventional judgements
decisions that pertain to customes or regulations intended to secure social coordination and social organization
personal judgements
decisions that refer to actions in which ind preferneces are the main consideration
an internal regulatory mechanism that increases the ind's ability to conform with standards of conduct accepted in his or her culture
Altruistic motives
heling others for reasons that initially include empathy or sympathy for others and at later ages, the desire to act in ways consistent with one's own conscience and moral principles
an emotional reaction to another's emotional state or condition that is similar to that other person's state or condition
the feeling of concern for another person in reaction to that other person's emotional state or condition; othen an outcome of empathizing with another's negative emotion or situation
behaviour aimed at harming or injuring others
instrumental aggression
agression motivated by the desire to obtain a concrete goal
relational aggression
agression that harms others by damaging their peer relationships
reactive aggression
emotionally driven, antagonistic agression sparked by one's perception that other people's motives are hostile
proactive aggression
tend to anticipate more positive social consequences for aggresion