In this study, we're interested in how children make moral judgements (e.g., Do you have to share with a stranger, or is it ok not to?), as well as how they think kids change as they get older (e.g., Will you still have the same favourite TV show when you are a grown-up?). Children will look at pictures or stories with a research assistant, and answer some questions about what they think.
Participating in this study provides insight into how children reason about the moral and social world. Such an insight can develop teaching and parenting methods that promote the betterment of children's social interactions as well as their moral development.
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This study has been approved by University of Toronto's Research Ethics Board.
30 minute(s) - 45 minute(s) per session
Siblings are welcome to participate within the same session.
Parents may choose to enter a draw to win a $25 Amazon gift card. Children will receive a certificate of participation for their hard work!
This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!
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