Kohlberg supposes that gender identification develops in stages. What are these stages, and when approximately are children likely to reach each stage? The concept of gender constancy is central to Kohlberg’s cognitive developmental theory of gender-typin

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Kohlberg supposes that gender identification develops in stages. What are these stages, and when approximately are children likely to reach each stage? The concept of gender constancy is central to Kohlberg’s cognitive developmental theory of gender-typing. What does gender constancy mean, when are most children likely to achieve it, and would be the criteria, or signs, that it has been achieved?

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