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Social cognitive theory of gender development and differentiation.
Human differentiation on the basis of gender is a fundamental phenomenon that affects virtually every aspect of people's daily lives. This article presents the social cognitive theory of gender roleExpand
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Children's categorization and evaluation of different types of lies and truths
This study investigated the ability of children from three age groups (4, 8, and 11 years of age; N = 72) to categorize three different types of intentionally false and true statements as lies andExpand
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Influence of gender constancy and social power on sex-linked modeling.
  • K. Bussey, A. Bandura
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 December 1984
Competing predictions derived from cognitive-developmental theory and social learning theory concerning sex-linked modeling were tested. In cognitive-developmental theory, gender constancy isExpand
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Predictors of student defenders of peer aggression victims: Empathy and social cognitive factors
Despite wide recognition of the important role of student bystanders in influencing peer aggression in schools, little is currently known about what influences students to intervene in defense ofExpand
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Lying and Truthfulness: Children's Definitions, Standards, and Evaluative Reactions
Preschool (M= 4.9 years), second- (M= 7.8 years), and fifth- (M= 11.0 years) grade children's definitions of, moral standards for, and internal evaluative reactions to both lies and truthfulExpand
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Individual and collective social cognitive influences on peer aggression: exploring the contribution of aggression efficacy, moral disengagement, and collective efficacy.
This follow-up study with 1,167 primarily White adolescents (aged 13.45 years at T1, 613 females) examined the impact of self-efficacy for aggression, moral disengagement, and collective efficacyExpand
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Gender identity development
Gender features strongly in most societies and is a significant aspect of self-definition for most people. Following a brief description of views on gender identity from the perspectives ofExpand
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Disclosure processes: Issues for child sexual abuse victims.
The definition of child abuse has only recently been extended to include sexual abuse (Burgess, Groth, Holstrom, & Sgroi, 1978; Finkelhor, 1979; Herman, 1981). The pioneering work of Kempe andExpand
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Fathers as 'core business' in child welfare practice and research : an interdisciplinary review
This literature review draws from a wide array of interdisciplinary research to argue that fathers need to be included in child welfare practice and research to the same extent as mothers. SocialExpand
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