"...will be invaluable to researchers in the field of sociomoral reflection and moral judgment. It offers a sophisticated yet economical (in money and time) alternative to other expensive production measures like the MJI. I will certainly use the SRM-SF in my future work, and recommend it highly to others."
"A groundbreaking contribution to the field. The author offers an exciting new way of thinking about the morality of justice and caring -- a way which broadens our ideas about what it means to be morally mature. The authors' Social Reflection Questionnaire overcomes many of the limitations of the currently available techniques for assessing moral judgment and will prove invaluable in future research with young children as well as adults."
-Joan G. Miller
"This is an insightful effort to explore the development of moral reflection, a capacity that very much needs to be looked at in its own right. The authors provide a methodology for measuring moral reflection that is ingenious and 'user-friendly' and a thoughtful conceptual framework for distinguishing it from other elements of moral judgment. As the authors suggest, this work has important implications for the study of delinquent as well as normal social development."