Infants Prefer Toys Commonly Associated With Their Gender

by Parent Co. July 19, 2016

Children as young as nine months old prefer to play with toys specific to their own gender, according to a new study. The research suggests the possibility that boys and girls follow different developmental trajectories with respect to selection of gender-typed toys and that there is both a biological and a developmental-environmental components to the sex differences seen in object preferences.
Source: Infants prefer toys typed to their gender, says study -- ScienceDaily


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