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2. At what age does Kohlberg state gender constancy occurs?

  • 6-7y
  • 5-6y
  • 4-5y
  • 7-8y

3. The results of Huffman et al. (1998) showed that...

  • Gender or number of siblings had no effect on performance on a false belief task
  • There was a negative correlation between number of older siblings and performance on a false belief task
  • There was a positive correlation between number of older siblings and performance on a false belief task
  • There was a strong relationship between gender of sibling and performance on a false belief task

4. Cherney and London (2006) showed that...

  • Both boys and girls preferences remained consistent across all ages
  • Boys preferences remained more consistent across all ages, where girls tend to diversify
  • Girls preferences remained more consistent across all ages, where boys tend to diversify
  • Both boys and girls preferences significantly diversified across all ages

5. Which is true of pretend play and social development?

  • There is a relationship between pretend play and the ability to understand others
  • A shared goal in play does not require TOM
  • There is no relationship between pretend play and the ability to understand others
  • None of the above

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