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b) The study found that babies dressed in blue and thought to be boys were more likely to be given the train. Babies in pink or “girls” were more likely to be given the doll and more people smiled at “Beth” then at “Adam”.
e) There were three toys in the room: a train (boy stereotype), a doll (girl stereotype) and a fish (neutral).
d) In 1976, Will and colleagues discovered that mothers treated infants differently based on their gender stereotype.
a) They dressed 6-month-old babies in different colored outfits that did not necessarily match their gender, so participants had no way of knowing if the baby was in fact a boy or a girl.
c) Sometimes, the infant was dressed in blue and was called Adam and sometimes it was dressed in pink and was called Beth.