Developed by: W. Huitt
Last revised: January 2005

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To be moral means to be concerned about the right and wrong of human action and to conform to standards of what is right or correct. As discussed in the overview to moral and character development there are at least five related concepts: moral thinking, moral valuing, a commitment to morality, and moral behavior. The combination of these over a period of time are blended to form one's moral identity.

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