Sep 22, 2013 ... What should a dad of two boys know before the birth of his first daughter? ... the
suggestion that boys and girls generally learn differently.
Leonard Sax, M.D., author of Boys Adrift, believes parents raise girls and boys
differently because girls and boys are so different from birth—their brains aren't ...
Gender socialization is the tendency for boys and girls to be socialized differently.
Boys are raised to conform to the male gender role, and girls are raised to ...
Are boys and girls inherently different? Or do parents just raise them that way? A
survey conducted by Newsweek in 1997 found that 61 percent of parents ...
Girls grow and their bran develops differently than boys. According to
researchers, parents often raise boys and girls differently because of these
differences in ...
Jan 27, 2014 ... Presented by Mom Corps YOU. Research Manager Kristen Willoughby and
Research Editor Krista Carothers on the differences between boys ...
Do boys and girls really deal with people in very different ways? ... She says boys
and girls respond differently in situations like these because we parent them ...
Oct 31, 2011 ... But the reality is, when it comes to raising kids, playing equal is a bit of a myth, ...
Parents treat boys and girls differently from babyhood on, says ...
While a 6'2" teenage boy is, indeed, more likely to be safe walking at night than a
5'3" teenage girl, every time we treat women differently we communicate that ...
from young boys about their school experience sometimes raise concern for
parents. ... Brains and Girl Brains. Studies show that boys learn differently than