Effect of differences in achievement motivation and social responsibility on responses to moral conflict

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  • The authors wish to express their appreciation for the cooperation, facilities, and good offices provided by Dr H Bouterline Young, Director, and the staff of the Harvard-Florence Research Project This research, conducted while the senior author was on sabbatical leave from the Merrill-Palmer Institute of Human Development and Family Life, was supported in part by a grant from the Grant Foundation The authors are grateful to Cometto of INAPLI and the administrators, teachers, and students of Instituto Tecnico “L da Vinci” of Florence, Italy, whose cooperation made this study possible Portions of this paper were presented at the annual meeting of the Centre International de L'Enfance, Paris, July, 1964, and at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Minneapolis, April, 1965

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