The developmental course of gender differentiation: conceptualizing, measuring, and evaluating constructs and pathways.

@article{Liben2002TheDC,
  title={The developmental course of gender differentiation: conceptualizing, measuring, and evaluating constructs and pathways.},
  author={Lynn S. Liben and Rebecca S Bigler},
  journal={Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development},
  year={2002},
  volume={67 2},
  pages={
          i-viii, 1-147; discussion 148-83
        }
}
Gender differentiation is pervasive, and understanding how and why it develops is important for both theoretical and practical reasons. The work described here is rooted in constructivist accounts of gender differentiation. Past research provides considerable support for constructivist predictions concerning (a) developmental changes in gender attitudes and (b) the relation between gender attitudes and information processing. Little work, however, has addressed the more fundamental question of… CONTINUE READING
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