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This cross-sectional study investigated toy-choice in 38 one-year-old, 33 three-year-old, and 35 five-year-old children, who could choose between 10 different toys four feminine, four masculine, and two neutral in a structured play-session. The children played alone for 7 minutes and together with their accompanying parent for another 7 minutes play-status.
These sex differences were found at all three ages. In contradiction to earlier studies, our showed that feminine toys became less interesting for both girls and boys with increasing age. The present study showed no consistent effects of play-status.
This study contributes to the knowledge of how early behavioral sex differences can be observed, how these differences develop, and it also raises questions concerning what sex differences stem from. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search. Advanced Clipboard. Display options Display options.
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Abstract This cross-sectional study investigated toy-choice in 38 one-year-old, 33 three-year-old, and 35 five-year-old children, who could choose between 10 different toys four feminine, four masculine, and two neutral in a structured play-session. Similar articles Social interactions and play patterns of parents and toddlers with feminine, masculine, and neutral toys.
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