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The Defining Issues Test or the DIT is a component model of moral development devised by James Rest in 1974. The University of Minnesota formally ...

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‚ÄčThe major activity of the Center has been research with the Defining Issues Test , a measure of moral judgment development. However, attention has also been ...

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A common assumption in the field of morality, and one with which we disagree, is that reliable information about the inner processes that underlie moral ...

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Sep 3, 2014 ... TRACT. A measure of moral judgment development, the Defining Issues Test (dit) is described and the supporting evidence for the measure is ...

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Defining Issues Test. Version 3.0. University of Minnesota Copyright, James Rest & Darcia Narvaez. Center for the Study of Ethical Development All Rights ...

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Defining Issues Test (DIT1) of moral judgment, and purges fewer participants for doubtful response reliability. DIT1 has been used for over 25 years. DIT2 makes ...

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Defining Issues Test (DIT-2). The DIT is a device for activating moral schemas (to the extent that a person has developed them) and for assessing them in terms ...

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J Moral Educ. 2002 Sep;31(3):271-95. The defining issues test and the four component model: contributions to professional education. Bebeau MJ(1).

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Physiother Res Int. 2010 Jun;15(2):69-79. doi: 10.1002/pri.482. Moral reasoning among physical therapists: results of the Defining Issues Test. Swisher LL(1).

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techniques for measuring moral judgment: The Moral Judg ment Interview and the Defining Issues Test. The theoretical foundations, accompanying advantages  ...