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Randomized controlled study of the impact of the Konstanz method of dilemma discussion on moral judgement

@inproceedings{Lerkiatbundit2004RandomizedCS,
  title={Randomized controlled study of the impact of the Konstanz method of dilemma discussion on moral judgement},
  author={Sanguan Lerkiatbundit and Parichat Utaipan and Chonlada Laohawiriyanon and Adisa Teo},
  year={2004}
}
The main objective of the study was to determine the effects of the Konstanz method of moral dilemma discussion (KMDD) on moral competence in the allied health students. The study employed the Moral Judgement Test (MJT) as the instrument to monitor the change of moral judgement. The test was translated from English into Thai and validated in 247 students in grade nine, grade twelve, and first and second year pharmacy students. Overall, the scale satisfies four validity criteria: preference… CONTINUE READING

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