Ep 210: How to Memorize Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development

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Need to memorize Kohlberg’s stages of moral development really quickly? This is what you’re looking for – a brief audio podcast in which I give you some crazy images that will stick in your mind for a really long time. You’ll be surprised at how quickly you’ll have the six stages memorized. Some of my listeners have said that the mnemonics they’ve learned here have stuck in the stuck in their head for years! Whether you are studying for a psychology test or a nursing exam, you will find this a fun and effective way to learn. I challenge you to listen to this episode and then quiz yourself a few hours later. You’ll be pleasantly surprised. Let’s memorize!


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28 Comments on “Ep 210: How to Memorize Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development”

  1. All the images, video and other mnemonics for Kohlberg, Freud, Erikson and more are in the app!

  2. The audio was great! I don’t see any options to download PDF files or videos. Is there a section or do I need the app?

    Thank you this – very helpful!

  3. Kohlberg –> Cohlberg on PCP. The Preacher has to obey or he will be punished so he sells fish (Jesus Fish) to the congregation. The Convict isn’t having it. He conforms to the norms of society so he stays home and binge watches Law and Order. The doorbell rings and it’s the Post-Man delivering a contract but he realizes he’s at the wrong house so he makes a U-turn OR U-reversal*(Universal a stretch I know lol). You could also insert important persons name that made it to this stage of Moral Development like MLK or Ghandi. Thanks for the help in giving ideas for a way to tie this all together. Hopefully I’ll rock out the MCAT

  4. “selfish” rhymes with “shellfish” so I imagined a preacher swatting at bees with a lobster (a shellfish).

  5. THANK YOU! You have made my studying so much easier. I LOVE your teaching style and approach with mnemonics. I have been struggling for a very long time and wished I would of found your earlier. Thanks!

  6. I am 66 y/o and getting ready for nce test. Wow, these videos are so helpful for this older brain! Thank you!

  7. Thank you for such a wonderful comment! Made my day Holly. Good luck on the MCAT!

  8. Thank you so much for doing this ! I have to memorize so many stages and definitions for the Psych/soc. section on the MCAT and I could never figure out how to memorize these ! This helps SO much !! Thank you thank you !

  9. Just wanted to say thank you. I’m taking the MCAT and need to memorize all the stages for Kohlberg, Freud, and Erikson. And in less than an hour your videos/audios helped me memorize all of them. Keep up the great work. Thank you!

  10. This was super helpful. I had to have this down pat for the essay section of my Educational Psychology course, and I just couldn’t get them memorized. This helped more than you can imagine!!!

  11. Hey! While watching your video I thought of a good idea for stage Four (door). You can say Stage 4: Law and Or-(door).

  12. Hi Michael!

    Thank you for all of these podcasts and videos. I’m trying to find the pdf with the images associated with this podcast but I can’t seem to find them. Could you point me in the right direction?

  13. I am currently studying for my Mcats and this helped. Thank you, I plan on visiting your site in the future.

  14. Great! Very helpful! I listened and used the PDF. Where do you get your graphics?

  15. on the moral behavior of etihcs professors, some for psych journals and some for philosophy journals. I’m thinking that this one is better for a psych journal because it’s pretty heavy on the statistics.Josh Rust and I are presently at work drafting one aimed for a philosophy journal: “The moral behavior of ethicists: Peer opinion”, based on our . Once we’re happy with a draft, I’ll post a link here.

  16. The email should arrive just minutes after you click the download button and it should be from me at this email address: michael AT thepsychfiles DOT com. Feel free to email me at this address if you don’t get the automatic email with the PDF download button.

  17. I love your mnemonics! We’ve been learning Erikson’s 8 stages and Kohlberg’s Moral Development stages in my AP Psych class and your podcasts have really helped me. Thanks so much!

  18. I know we devote a whopping 1/3 of our brain to visual cortex but was just wondering if the memorization always had, or should, be visual imagery? For instance, when you mentioned Law & Order I immediately thought of that opening sound, "dun dun"!

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