Moral development is universal in all theories. The level of our psychological development can be articulated by the level of our moral development. However, this development relies on biological factors like changes in cognition, and brain development that was more vigorous in childhood. Many researchers have drawn different theories and patterns explaining this development. Jean Piaget and Lawrence Kohlberg both agreed with the view that moral development is universal and applied the cognitive approach to deduce their conclusions. They denote a correlation between moral reasoning and moral action. However, John B Watson&nbsp.drew a conclusion in his behaviorism and social cognitive theory that moral development in children relates to learning theories. He observed that the environment is very important in deciding the personalities, abilities, and qualities of children as they grow up.