Preconventional morality refers to Kohlberg’s term for the first two (2) stages of Moral reasoning, in which moral judgments are based on the the following: (Stage 1) tangible punitive consequences, and;. (Stage 2) rewarding consequences of an act for the actor rather than on the relationship of that act to society’s rules and customs. In Kohlberg's stages of Moral reasoning, Preconventional morality is the most immature form of Moral judgment. Moral decisions are based on whether the act has positive or negative consequences, or whether it is rewarded or punished.