Name the approach to gender!

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Boys have a surge of testosterone at the age of 4, hence why they are more active and boisterous than girls
Biological
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At the age of 3-4, children understand their gender will remain stable
Cognitive
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Children identify with their same sex parent when 3-6 years old, forming their gender identity
Psychodynamic
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Waber- boys that mature later have better verbal ability than those who develop early
Biological
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Differences between the genders are learnt through differences in their treatment and people who model gender behaviour
Social learning theory
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Children seek information related to their gender once their gender identity established
Cognitive
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The main force behind a child's gender development is their relations with their parents
Psychodynamic
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Self-efficacy (the ability to imitate a model's behaviour) is required
Social learning theory
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Martin and Halverson- gender schema information is distorted by children to make it consistent
Cognitive
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Turner's syndrome and Klinefelter's syndrome both support the explanation
Biological
10 of 10

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