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Gender-schematic thinking is so powerful that when children see others behaving in gender-inconsistent ways, they A. object and tell that person not to behave in such a way. B. often can't remember the behavior or distort their memory to make it gender-consistent. C. experience a crisis of gender labeling that disrupts peer interactions. D. become more pronounced in their gender segregation as well as gender-role conformity.
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Gender-schematic thinking is so powerful that when children see others behaving in gender-inconsistent ways, they often can't remember the behavior or distort their memory to make it gender-consistent.
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Gender-schematic thinking is so powerful that when children see others behaving in gender-inconsistent ways, they often can't remember the behavior or distort their memory to make it gender-consistent.
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People group the causes of their own and others' behavior into which of the following two broad categories? A. environmental and psychological B. achievement and social C. automatic and deliberate D. innate and conditional
Weegy: People group the causes of their own and others' behavior into: environmental and psychological. User: In response to the Heinz dilemma, Bill says, "You shouldn't steal the drug because you'll be caught and sent to jail if you do. If you do get away, the police would catch up with you any minute." Bill is most likely in the _______ stage. A. punishment and obedience orientation B. morality of interpersonal cooperation C. instrumental purpose orientation D. social-order-maintaining orientation (More)
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In response to the Heinz dilemma, Bill says, "You shouldn't steal the drug because you'll be caught and sent to jail if you do. If you do get away, the police would catch up with you any minute." Bill is most likely in the the punishment and obedience orientation.
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In response to the Heinz dilemma, Bill says, "You shouldn't steal the drug because you'll be caught and sent to jail if you do. If you do get away, the police would catch up with you any minute." Bill is most likely in the _______ stage. A. punishment and obedience orientation B. morality of interpersonal cooperation C. instrumental purpose orientation D. social-order-maintaining orientation
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In response to the Heinz dilemma, Bill says, "You shouldn't steal the drug because you'll be caught and sent to jail if you do. If you do get away, the police would catch up with you any minute." Bill is most likely in the the punishment and obedience orientation.
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By the end of the first year, babies become increasingly skilled at A. social smiling. B. labeling their feelings. C. joint attention. D. establishing an internal working model.
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By the end of the first year, babies become increasingly skilled at joint attention.
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By the end of the first year, babies become increasingly skilled at A. social smiling. B. labeling their feelings. C. joint attention. D. establishing an internal working model.
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By the end of the first year, babies become increasingly skilled at: Joint attention.

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Research findings suggest that language is _______ teach children about gender stereotypes and gender roles. A. the primary means through which parents B. a powerful indirect means to C. not a factor in the way that parents D. the only method to
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Research findings suggest that language is not a factor in the way that parents teach children about gender stereotypes and gender roles.
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