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by Eli H. Newberger, M.D. (6 December 2003)

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W. Brashier, "So Smart They Cheat: In Today's Moral Climate, Should Students be Held Accountable for Abandoning Honesty?" Chicago Tribune Magazine (April 12, 1998), 18-19.

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Erikson, Identity, 82.

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Piaget Siegler, Children's Thinking, 33-34.

S. H. Cath, "Divorce and the Child: 'The Father Question Hour?'" in S. H. Cath, A. R. Gurwitt, and J. M. Ross, eds., Father and Child: Developmental and Clinical Perspectives (Boston: Little, Brown, 1982), 470-479.

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Coles, The Moral Intelligence of Children, 34-51.

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