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ERIC Number: EJ402828
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1989
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The Influence of Young Adults' Sex, Gender Role Orientation, Ordinal Position and Time Spent with Infants on Their Knowledge of Infant Development.
Gullo, Dominic F; Paludi, Michele A.
Early Child Development and Care, v43 p15-25 Feb 1989
Identifies some characteristics of non at-risk prospective parents (239 young adults who were enrolled in introductory psychology classes) which may contribute to more accurate knowledge of infant development. Results are interpreted in terms of subjects' sex, gender role orientation, ordinal position in the family, and amount of time spent with infants. (RJC)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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