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The salience of gender and the process of sex typing in three- to seven-year-old children

A study conducted in Canada of children?s use of gender as a schematic dimension examined by first measuring gender-based categorization, and second through measuring the degree to which children use the gender dimension to make personal affiliation choices when other schematic choices for responding are available
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