Immanent Justice in Moralistic Judgments of Stories by Retarded Children
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It is the primary function of this study to further test the hypothesis that belief in immanent justice varies inversely with intelligence by comparing responses of mildly retarded children with those of Yamada's investigation. Second, it is intended to see whether the belief varies inversely with age among retarded children. Third, it will examine the relative strength of the belief in immanent justice among the different age groups and a normal group.