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Subbotsky E.V., Chesnokova O.B.(2011). Can social intelligence and moral norms be compatible? National Psychological Journal,1(5),8-13

Abstract

The problems of social intelligence in the form of deception and manipulation in adults and children. Those cases are considered when the deception does not contradict the moral norms. Children use social intelligence in the form of cheating an adult as a necessary prerequisite of a free moral choice and the subsequent internal moral motivation.

Pages: 8-13

Sections: In search of meaning; Society;

PDF: /pdf/npj_no05_2011/npj_no05_2011_8-13.pdf

Keywords: social intelligence; deception; manipulation; moral choice; moral development of children; moral motivation; emotional identification;

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Subbotsky E.V., Chesnokova O.B.(2011). Can social intelligence and moral norms be compatible? National Psychological Journal,1(5),8-13

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