Johanna Crafoord

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The Sociomoral Reflection Measure (SRM; Gibbs & Widaman, 1982) was developed as a group administerable instrument for measuring developmental stages of moral reasoning. The aim of this study was to examine its reliability and construct validity, employing a sample of 542 Swedish elementary and high school students (aged 8-17), from schools within(More)
Twenty children, 9-19 yr of age, having undergone renal transplantation, were interviewed (according to a semi-structured inquiry manual) with the aim of investigating their emotional and psychosocial adaptation. The children reported about a rather unaffected life considering the circumstances. Few of them described a negative identity in the form of(More)
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