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Paper on gender-typed play and physical aggression published in Archives of Sexual Behavior

last modified Jun 30, 2017 11:57 AM
Congratulations to the GDRC's Tim Kung, Gu Li, Melissa Hines and Jean Golding on their play and aggression article, which has been made an open access publication, available to read here.
Preschool Gender-Typed Play Behavior at Age 3.5 Years Predicts Physical Aggression at Age 13 Years is the title of Kung, Li, Golding and Hines' article in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, published online on June 23rd 2017. You can read and download the article here.

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