Once children get to adolescence and into early adulthood, their moral perceptive changes yet again. They are no longer looking at what society would approve of, but instead taking their personal beliefs into account. They begin thinking about what they personally think is right or wrong. When they get to this age, they are able to see in a more generalized way about bigger concepts, such as everyone has the right to ____ (life, jobs, happiness, etc). This continues throughout life and it all started with moral thinking of right and wrong by parents. Kohlberg labeled this as the postconventional morality and believed that a person’s “actions reflect belief in basic principles” (Myers, 2013, p. 194).