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Moral Judgment under Incongruence between Actor’s Intention and Outcome of Action in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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  • <b>自閉スペクトラム症のある児童生徒における、</b><b>行い手の意図と相反する結果が生じる条件での道徳的判断 </b>
  • <原著>自閉スペクトラム症のある児童生徒における、行い手の意図と相反する結果が生じる条件での道徳的判断 : 判断する視点による影響の検討
  • 自閉スペクトラム症のある児童生徒における、行い手の意図と相反する結果が生じる条件での道徳的判断 : 判断する視点による影響の検討
  • ジヘイスペクトラムショウ ノ アル ジドウ セイト ニ オケル 、 オコナイ テ ノ イト ト アイハンスル ケッカ ガ ショウジル ジョウケン デ ノ ドウトクテキ ハンダン : ハンダン スル シテン ニ ヨル エイキョウ ノ ケントウ
  • <b>判断する視点による影響の検討</b>
  • The Effect of Point of View on Judgment

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<p>In this study, 16 children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and 37 typically developing (TD) children aged between 8 to 18 years were required moral judgments from the points of view on third person, recipient of action, and actor. Stories using as material included two variables, i.e., actor’s intention and outcome of action with positive or negative value. Results indicated that children with ASD and TD children could consider both intention and outcome in each material. Additionally, judgments according to the points of view changed in both groups. However, children with ASD put more weight on negative outcome than on positive intention when actor’s intention and negative outcome were incongruent, especially from the points of view of recipient of action.</p>


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