1. How many stages are in Kohlbergs theory of gender development?
1 of 15
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2. According to the Schema theory, what happens at adolesence?
- They become androgenous (masculine and feminine)
- They realise gender is fixed
- Carry the belief that gender cannot be changed
- They have fragile gender labels
3. What theory does the case of David Reimer support?
- Cognitive Theory
- Biological theory
- Biosocial Theory
- Social learning theory
4. What does the study by Smith and Lloyd demonstrate?
- That parents treat their children differently based on their sex
- That parents have overclose relationships with their children
- That hormones are most influential
- That parents judge children based on their clothing colour
5. According to evolution, why have men evolved to be the dominant sex?
- To be more aggresive
- To be the breadwinner
- To attract mates
- They're egoistic