Monday, 6 June 2016

Preferences for ‘Gender-typed’ Toys in Boys and Girls Aged 9 to 32 Months

Authors
Brenda K. Todd (City University London)
John A. Barry (University College London)
Sara A. O. Thommessen (City University London)

Paper Highlights
This study finds sex differences in gender-typical toy choice in children aged as young as 9 to 14 months old.

Coverage related to this article:-
BPS Digest: 'When do girls and boys start preferring gender-stereotypical toys?'
Mail Online: 'Mums who refuse to let their girls wear anything pink - no matter how much they wail and beg!'

Author Keywords: sex differences, toy preference, play, gender differences, infancy

Link to article
DOI: 10.1002/icd.1986

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