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ERIC Number: ED069414
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 17
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Sex Differentiation In Early Infancy: Problems In Methodology And Interpretation Of Data.
Levison, Cathryn A.
In an attempt to eliminate sexist bias in the design and interpretation of research, an investigation of early sex differences is presented. Included are quotations from "The American Woman,""Time," March 20, 1972, "To Be Young, Gifted, and Black" Lorraine Hansberry, "Change and Continuity in Infancy," Jerome Kagan. Results show that male and female subjects tend to view male and female babies differently. Male and female subjects tend to look at infants of their own sex in a more positive light than those of opposite sex. (NF)
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Note: Paper presented at meetings of Midwestern Psychological Association (Cleveland, Ohio, May 4-6, 1972)