Abstract：Distributive equality reflects the fairness and behavior of children with autism and is an important part of moral judgment. The dual process theory believes that intuitive reasoning and deliberate reasoning compete when children with autism process the distribution information. Intuitive reasoning is dominant as a responder and deliberate reasoning is dominant as a proposer. Individual information processing ability and distributional context affect the use of processing system. In the future, more empirical evidence should be provided to explore the influence of different social relationships, home and away environment on distributive behavior of children with autism, and the promotion of education interventions on the concept of children’s equality.
张静，杨福义，孙庆洲. 双加工理论视角下孤独症儿童的分配平等性[J]. 应用心理学, 0, (): 1-.
ZHANG Jing, YANG Fu-yi, SUN Qing-zhou. Distributive Equality in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders from the perspective of Dual Process Theory. 应用心理学, 0, (): 1-.