Four-year-olds' beliefs about how others regard males and females.

@article{Halim2013FouryearoldsBA,
  title={Four-year-olds' beliefs about how others regard males and females.},
  author={May Ling D Halim and Diane N. Ruble and Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda},
  journal={The British journal of developmental psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={31 Pt 1},
  pages={
          128-35
        }
}
Children's awareness of how others evaluate their gender could influence their behaviours and well-being, yet little is known about when this awareness develops and what influences its emergence. The current study investigated culturally diverse 4-year-olds' (N = 240) public regard for gender groups and whether exposure to factors that convey status and highlight gender influenced it. Children were asked whether most people thought (i) girls or boys, and (ii) women or men, were better. Overall… CONTINUE READING
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