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Title: MySpace and Facebook: Identifying dimensions of uses and gratifications for friend networking sites
Authors: Bonds-Raacke,Jennifer;Raacke,John
Source: Individual Differences Research, 2010, 8 :1 ,pg 27- 33
Subjects: Friendship Human Sex Differences Internet Social Dating Well Being Content Analysis Human Male Female US friend networking sites gratifications dimensions identifying Facebook MySpace psychological well being sex differences dating purposes
Additional Information: ID: 5826; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20100503 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93839
 
Title: Sex differences in infantsΓÇÖ visual interest in toys
Authors: Alexander,Gerianne M.;Wilcox,Teresa;Woods,Rebecca
Source: Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2009, 38 :3 ,pg 427- 433
Subjects: Childhood Play Behavior Human Sex Differences Infant Development Preferences Toys Human Male Female sex differences infants toy preferences
Additional Information: ID: 3310; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); GI: This research was supported by NSF grant BCS- 0618411 (GMA).; LR: 20090420 (PsycINFO)
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Title: Infant childcare settings and the development of gender-specific adaptive behaviors
Authors: Bornstein,Marc H.;Hahn,Chun-Shin
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2007, 177 :1 ,pg 15- 41
Subjects: Adaptive Behavior Child Care Human Sex Differences Infant Development Human Male Female US childcare settings gender-specific behavior adaptive behaviors mothers home care Four-Factor Index of Social Status Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales-Classroom Edit
Additional Information: ID: 5619; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); GI: This research was supported by the Intramural Research Program of the NIH, NICHD.
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Title: Évaluation du développement socioémotionnel de l'enfant d'un à trois ans: Validation de la version française de l'Infant-Toddler Social and Emotional Assessment. / A French adaptation of the Infant-Toddler Social and Emotional Assessment
Authors: Bracha,Z.;Gerardin,P.;Perez-Diaz,F.;Perriot,Y.;de La Rocque,F.;Flament,M.;Leroux,M. -C;Cohen,D.;Reinert,P.;Mazet,P.;Carter,A. S.
Source: Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence, 2007, 55 :4 ,pg 194- 203
Subjects: Behavior Problems Child Care Infant Development Pediatrics Psychometrics Child Day Care Human Sex Differences Human Male Female France psychometric properties Infant Toddler Social and Emotional Assessment French adaptation age differences child care cent
Additional Information: ID: 5614; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20080121 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93866
 
Title: Communicative skills in relation to gender, birth order, childcare and socioeconomic status in 18-month-old children
Authors: Berglund,Eva;Eriksson,Mårten;Westerlund,Monica
Source: Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 2005, 46 :6 ,pg 485- 491
Subjects: Birth Order Child Care Communication Skills Human Sex Differences Socioeconomic Status Comprehension Gestures Infant Development Vocabulary Human Male Female Sweden communicative skills gender childcare Swedish Early Communicative Development Inventories
Additional Information: ID: 5624; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); LR: 20060123 (PsycINFO) RX: 12 (on Aug 01, 2010)
Ref ID: 93778
 
Title: Frustration in infancy: Implications for emotion regulation, physiological processes, and temperament
Authors: Calkins,Susan D.;Dedmon,Susan E.;Gill,Kathryn L.;Lomax,Laura E.;Johnson,Laura M.
Source: Infancy, 2002, 3 :2 ,pg 175- 197
Subjects: frustration infants temperament emotion regulation physiology sex differences Emotional Control Human Sex Differences Infant Development Personality
Additional Information: ID: 1852; ID: 684; ID: 1011; 13294-004. First Author & Affiliation: Calkins, Susan D.; U North Carolina, Dept of Psychology, Greensboro, NC, US. Release Date: 20020703. Publication Type: Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal. Media Covered: Print. Media Available: Electronic; Print. Language: English. Major Descriptor(s): Emotional Control; Human Sex Differences; Infant Development; Personality; Physiology. Classification: Psychosocial & Personality Development (2840). Population: Human (10)Male (30)Female (40). Age Group:Childhood (birth-12 yrs) (100); Infancy (2-23 mo) (140); . References Available: Y.
Ref ID: 94007
 
Title: Theory of mind and self-concept in preadolescents: Links with gender and language
Authors: Bosacki,Sandra Leanne
Source: Journal of educational psychology, 2000, 92 :4 ,pg 709- 717
Subjects: theory of mind & individual differences in social understanding & self-concept & language competence 10.8-13.2 yr old male vs female preadolescents Individual Differences Self Concept Social Perception Theory of Mind Verbal Ability Human Sex Differences
Additional Information: ID: 1784; ID: 55
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Title: Solitary and collaborative pretense play in early childhood: Sources of individual variation in the development of representational competence
Authors: Bornstein,Marc H.;Haynes,O. Maurice;O'Reilly,Anne Watson;Painter,Kathleen M.
Source: Child development, 1996, 67 :6 ,pg 2910- 2929
Subjects: Childhood Play Behavior Cognitive Development Conceptual Imagery Mother Child Relations Parental Characteristics Demographic Characteristics Human Sex Differences Infant Development Mothers Personality Human Male Female sex & sociodemographic factors & ma
Additional Information: ID: 4625; OJ: Child Development: Abstracts & Bibliography; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 19970101 (PsycINFO) RX: 48 (on Apr 14, 2010)
Ref ID: 93849
 
Title: Continuities in emotion understanding from 3ΓÇô6 yrs
Authors: Brown,Jane R.;Dunn,Judy
Source: Child development, 1996, 67 :3 ,pg 789- 802
Subjects: Emotional Development Human Sex Differences Individual Differences Social Environments Childhood Development Longitudinal Studies Human sex & individual differences & social environment emotional development 2.8 yr olds 4 yr study
Additional Information: ID: 4626; OJ: Child Development: Abstracts & Bibliography; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); School Age (6-12 yrs); LR: 19960101 (PsycINFO) RX: 108 (on Apr 14, 2010)
Ref ID: 93933
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