volume 19, issue 4, P689-704 1996
DOI: 10.1080/016502596385523
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Campbell Leaper

Abstract: The in uence of contextual factors on parent-child interactions, and the role of these factors in the incidence of gender differences in communication, was examined. Twelve daughters and twelve sons (mean age = 43 months) visited a university laboratory on separate occasions, once with their mothers and once with their fathers. During both visits, the parent-child pair played with a relatively masculine-ste reotyped toy set, oriented toward construction play (a take-apart car), and a relatively feminine-ster …

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