1. What type of behaviour do children ages 6 learn, and which stage do they learn it?
- Gender Stability, Gender appropriate behaviour
- Gender Constancy, Gender appropriate behaviour
- Gender Identity, Anti-social behaviour
- Gender Stability, Right from wrong
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2. What two things does Kohlbergs theory take into account which are not reductionists and easy to generalise?
- Biological and Chemical
- Cognitive and Biological
- Social and Biological
- Cognitive and Social
3. Who belives that Gender cognition occurs around two?
- Kalliso and Emmelson
4. What are the three stages to the Gender Constancy Theory?
- Genetic Impulse, Gender Constancy and Gender Processing (Mental and Physical)
- Gender Identity, Gender Stability and Gender Constancy
- Gender Identification, Gender Stabilisation and Gender Continuity
5. At what age does Gender Identity start according to Kohlberg?