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Kohlbergs stages
1. Gender labelling (2-3years) labels themselves + others based on physical appearance. 2. Gender stability (4) recognise some stability (boys grow into men) but if engage in female activity -female. 3 gender consistency (6yrs)
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What is cognitive developmental approach
emphasises the role of cognition in the process of development
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Thompson - labelling
2 year olds = 76% correct 3 year olds = 90% correct in identifying their sex
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Slaby + Frey
When you were born were you a boy /girl + when you grow up will you be a mummy/daddy? - only at age 3/4 did children recognise stability
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Slaby + Frey
If you played football would you be a boy/girl- those who scored highly on gender stability + consistency - more likely to be interested in same sex models (furthering gender development)
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Mcconaghy
Line drawing of a doll wearing a dress but with male genitalia showing - under 5 = likely to categorise as a girl
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Langloid + downs
Boys more likely to be punished for gender inconsistent behaviour
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Slaby + frey
gender consistency reached earlier by boys
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Martin + Halverson
Children in slabys + freys experiment were adopting pretend mode, so didnt give the correct answers
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Emmerich et al
Animated pics don't represent real life , so children are less likely to give correct answer
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IDA
pre-school teachers/parents should be aware as to how important it is not to distort concepts which are being learnt in such a pivitol stage in development
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