Tudge, Jonathan

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Is an understanding of moral obligation associated with the moral virtue gratitude? 2016 627 The purpose of the current study was to examine gratitude as a virtue, defined by a benefactor freely giving some kind of benefit to a beneficiary who recognizes the boon, and then freely and intentionally chooses to reciprocate based on the wishes o...
Children’s expressions of gratitude and their association with cultural values among Brazilians, Brazilians in the U. S., and U.S. ethnic groups 2017 449 Gratitude has mostly been studied as a positive emotion, although scholars have suggested that this conceptualization is confounded with appreciation. In contrast, I define gratitude as a moral virtue; it occurs when one person receives a freely give...
Children’s expressions of gratitude and their relations with parental values and parenting: insights from China and the United States 2017 516 Gratitude, referring to a dispositional trait to appropriately show gratefulness to a benefactor for a gift or help received (Tudge, Freitas, & O’Brien, 2015), has been viewed as a moral virtue by philosophers and psychologists (e.g., Carr, Morgan, &...
Parents’ values and children’s gratitude expression in African American families 2018 89 Guided by Ogbu’s and Tudge’s cultural-ecological frameworks, I explored Black parents’ values for their children and parents’ perceptions of their children’s expression of gratitude. The sample consisted of 15 Black parents (14 mothers, 1 father) of ...
A grateful heart: parents’ reflections on gratitude and its development in their children. 2019 13 Too much focus has been placed on positive psychology’s view of gratitude, which is broad in scope but operationalized often merely as a positive emotion. I argue that gratitude should be defined as a virtue, as it has been conceptualized by a multit...
Culture and preschoolers' activities : the United States and Korea 1994 1 The purpose of this study was to explore the variation in children's daily activities both within and across the US and Korea. For this purpose, observations were made of the types of activities available for young children, the extent of children's ...
Everyday lessons of North American preschoolers : social class as cultural community 1995 1 Twenty children (11 middle and 9 working class) aged 28 to 48 months residing in one city were observed for twenty hours each over 6-7 days. Observations were unobtrusive and naturalistic. Coding focused on the activities going on around the children...
Kindergartners who become friends : classroom influences on interactions and patterns of stability and change 1995 1 This research was a year-long longitudinal study examining the friend making activity of kindergarten children. The subjects were a diverse sample of 38 children, attending two kindergarten classes in a suburban public school in North Carolina. The s...