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The Tsedek test was an attitude measure of moral insight developed by H Baruk. It consisted of descriptions of number of incidents, drawn from everday life, which the subject had to use to judge the behavior of the protagonists from a moral perspective. On the basis of their response they were assessed as to their moral attitude.

The word Tsedek refers to the Hebrew for rightousness.

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