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Oral history interview with Eleanor Maccoby, 1985.

Creator: Maccoby, Eleanor E., 1917-2018
Project: Spencer Foundation project.
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Phys. Desc. :Transcript: 40 pages. Sound recording: 1 sound cassette.
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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Biographical Note

Educator; interviewee married Nathan Maccoby.

Scope and Contents

Longitudinal studies of gender development, gender interaction and segregation; role of parent-child socialization in the development of sex typing; impressions of the Spencer Foundation; experiences leading to professorship at Stanford University, dominance relationships; connections between cognitive processes and socialization; parent-child reciprocity; views on feminism.

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Access Conditions

Copyright by The Spencer Foundation, 1995

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