Social Behavior at Thirty-Three Months in Same-Sex and Mixed-Sex Dyads.

@article{Jacklin1978SocialBA,
  title={Social Behavior at Thirty-Three Months in Same-Sex and Mixed-Sex Dyads.},
  author={Carol Nagy Jacklin and Eleanor E. Maccoby},
  journal={Child Development},
  year={1978},
  volume={49},
  pages={557-569}
}
JACKLIN, CAROL NAGY, and MACCOBY, ELEANOR E. Social Behavior at Thirty-three Months in Same-Sex and Mixed-Sex Dyads. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, 1978, 49, 557-569. Previously unacquainted pairs of 33-month-old children were brought together in same-sex or mixed-sex pairs in a laboratory playroom, and the amount and kind of social behavior directed by each child toward the playmate was recorded. Children directed more social behavior-both positive and negative-to same-sex playmates than to opposite-sex… Expand
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