Gender

A quiz based on the outline, evaluation and research of the whole gender topic

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1. What did Fagot find in support of Gender Schema Theory?

  • Two year olds who correctly labelled their gender spent 80% in same sex groups whereas the group who could not only spent 30%
  • Four year olds who correctly labelled their gender spent 90% in same sex groups whereas the group who could not only spent 50%
  • Two year olds who correctly labelled their gender spent 80% in same sex groups whereas the group who could not only spent 50%
  • Four year olds who correctly labelled their gender spent 80% in same sex groups whereas the group who could not only spent 50%
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2. What is a positive point of evaluation for Money and Erhardt's study?

  • There was a comparison with their sisters, so environment can no longer be an extraneous vairbale
  • The mother's recall was biased by the knowledge of the drug
  • The mother's recall was not biased by the knowledge of the drug
  • There was not a comparison with their sisters, so environment can be an extraneous vairbale

3. What did Barren-Cohen find in his systematising quotient questionnaire?

  • 17% of women were not empathetic and 17% of men were not systematic
  • 82% of women were not empathetic and 82% of men were not systematic
  • 17% of women were not empathetic and 82% of men were not systematic
  • 82% of women were not empathetic and 17% of men were not systematic

4. In Kohlberg's Gender Constancy Theory, what are the maturation stages in correct order?

  • Gender Identity, Gender Stability then Gender Consistency
  • Gender Consistency, Gender Stability then Gender Identity
  • Gender Stability, Gender Consistency then Gender Identity
  • Gender Stability, Gender Identity then Gender Consistency

5. How old is the child to gain Gender Identity?

  • 2 - 8
  • 1 - 5
  • 2 - 3
  • 3 - 6

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