Interrelationships among measures of children’s gender-related attitudes, preferences, and cognitions
Midwestern Psychological Association
In the present study we present data on interrelationships among several measures of gender development in 3- to 8-year-old children. In spite of the fact that most of these measures change developmentally, only a few were related in theoretically meaningful ways. More relationships were found for boys.
Judith Elaine Blakemore and Susan Johnston (2010).
Interrelationships among measures of children’s gender-related attitudes, preferences, and cognitions. Presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.
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