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ERIC Number: EJ185387
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Publication Date: 1977
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Human Ethology: Exchanging Cheetahs for Chevrolets?
Barash, David P.
Environment and Behavior, 9, 4, 487-90, Dec 77
A study of the frequency of looking both ways before crossing a street revealed that both males and females tend to look both ways more often when accompanied by juveniles than when alone, and that when males and females are together, males look both ways more often than do females. (Author/MA)
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