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Typically when paired with a boy in a laboratory play session, a two year old girl is likely to
A. stand idly while the boy explores the toy
B.assume domineering behavior, telling him what to do
C.actively explore the surroundings
D.play cooperatively with the boy

I think its A
please help

  • child psychology -

    I disagree.

  • child development associate -

    It's B.

  • cda -

    Oops. You were correct, it is A, just read it in my text book :-) "By age 2, girls appear overwhelmed by boys' rambunctious behavior. When a girl and a boy are paired in a laboratory play session, the girl is likely to stand idly by while the boy explores the toys."

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