1. How do children develop schemas?
- From what the biological sex of the child is
- From interactions with other children, adults also through media
- From environment with other adults and tv shows
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2. When developing the Schema what happens to confusing information?
- It gets accepted and organised within the schema
- It gets ignored as it isn't consistent with the in-group information
- It gets ignored as it is confusing to understand
3. What happens when an individual sees their in-group positively?
- They decide to hate their out-group
- Motivates them to be more like their own gender and develop the in-group schema
- Motivates them to be more independent and create their own in-group
4. What does the theory claim?
- That basic gender identity is known by the age of 3-7
- That basic gender identity is sufficient enough for a child to know their gender at the age of 2-3
- That basic gender identity isn't enough for a child to know their gender
- Formed of attitudes, expectations and behaviours of the opposite gender
- Formed of attitudes, expectations and behaviours of the gender the individual relates to
- Attitudes, expectations and behaviours they don't like