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Children of Different Worlds: The Formation of Social Behavior
The culmination of twenty years of research, this book is a cross-cultural exploration of the ways in which age, gender, and culture affect the development of social behavior in children. The authorsExpand
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Exposure to open-fire cooking and cognitive performance in children
  • R. Munroe, M. Gauvain
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • International journal of environmental health…
  • 13 March 2012
We reexamined field data on cognitive performance in light of recent research that shows open-fire cooking – with its emission of harmful substances – to pose a risk to healthy physical development.Expand
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Handbook of cross-cultural human development
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Household density and infant care in an East African society.
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Sonority and Climate in a World Sample of Languages: Findings and Prospects
In a world sample (N = 60), the indigenous languages of tropical and subtropical climates in contrast to the languages spoken in temperate and cold zones manifested high levels of sonority. HighExpand
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Aggression Among Children in Four Cultures
Behavioral aggression was observed among 192 3- to 9-year-old children in naturalistic settings in Belize, Kenya, Nepal, and American Samoa. Results showed that (a) boys exhibited aggression inExpand
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Gender and Age Differences in Same-Sex Aggregation and Social Behavior
Children's tendencies to aggregate with same-sex others and to increase spatial experience with age are investigated among 3- to 9-year-olds in four non-Western communities. Also investigated areExpand
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Male pregnancy symptoms and cross-sex identity in three societies.
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Effect of environmental experience on spatial ability in an East African society.
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