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Preschool Children's Computer Interest and Competence: Effects of Sex and Gender Role
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Early Childhood Research Quarterly Volume 7, Number 1, ISSN 0885-2006

Abstract

Investigated sex differences in preschoolers' computer interest and computer competence. There was little evidence for greater male interest and competence; in fact, there were no sex differences in computer competence. Boys viewed the computer as male-oriented, and girls viewed it as female-oriented. (GLR)

Citation

Williams, S.W. & Ogletree, S.M. (1992). Preschool Children's Computer Interest and Competence: Effects of Sex and Gender Role. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 7(1), 135. Retrieved September 18, 2019 from .

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