Adult Development and life Assessment

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Lydia behaves appropriately only because she is aware of rewards and punishments. Which level of moral reasoning do her behaviors reflect
1. preconventinal morality
2. conventinal morality
3. unconventinhal morality
4. postconventinal moralty

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