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Childhood play activities of male and female homosexuals and heterosexuals

This study examined the differences in childhood play behavior reported by adult male homosexuals ( N = 198) and heterosexuals ( N = 198) and those reported by female homosexuals ( N = 198) and heterosexuals ( N = 198). Two checklists with a total of 58 sports, games, and play activities were assemb... Full description

Journal Title: Archives of Sexual Behavior 1982, Vol.11(6), pp.451-478
Main Author: Grellert, Edward
Other Authors: Newcomb, Michael , Bentler, P.
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0004-0002 ; E-ISSN: 1573-2800 ; DOI: 10.1007/BF01542472
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title: Childhood play activities of male and female homosexuals and heterosexuals
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  • Newcomb, Michael
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  • play preferences
  • sex differences
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description: This study examined the differences in childhood play behavior reported by adult male homosexuals ( N = 198) and heterosexuals ( N = 198) and those reported by female homosexuals ( N = 198) and heterosexuals ( N = 198). Two checklists with a total of 58 sports, games, and play activities were assembled: one for ages 5–8 and the other for ages 9–13. These were administered to the four samples. Monotonicity analysis (a type of factor analysis) revealed four scales within each checklist that were statistically reliable in each of the four samples. Scale and item mean comparisons revealed large significant differences between heterosexual males and females, male homosexuals and heterosexuals, and female homosexuals and heterosexuals. A majority of homosexuals reported significant degrees of cross-sex behavior in childhood play. Favorite play activities, age trends, play-related attitudes, and parent-child interactions were also examined.
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abstractThis study examined the differences in childhood play behavior reported by adult male homosexuals ( N = 198) and heterosexuals ( N = 198) and those reported by female homosexuals ( N = 198) and heterosexuals ( N = 198). Two checklists with a total of 58 sports, games, and play activities were assembled: one for ages 5–8 and the other for ages 9–13. These were administered to the four samples. Monotonicity analysis (a type of factor analysis) revealed four scales within each checklist that were statistically reliable in each of the four samples. Scale and item mean comparisons revealed large significant differences between heterosexual males and females, male homosexuals and heterosexuals, and female homosexuals and heterosexuals. A majority of homosexuals reported significant degrees of cross-sex behavior in childhood play. Favorite play activities, age trends, play-related attitudes, and parent-child interactions were also examined.
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