|Other Titles||A Study on the Relationship between Gender Constancy and Peer Group in Children with Moderate and Severe Mental Retardation|
Children with moderate and severe mental retardation
Peer group relationship
A self-designed questionnaire was used to understand the development of children's gender constancy, that is, gender identity, gender stability, and gender consistency, and a questionnaire survey was conducted among teachers. The types of peer group relationships of children are isolated, single sex groups, interacting with another gender group. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between gender constancy and peer group in children with moderate and severe mental retardation. The types of peer relationships of children were determined by questionnaire survey. The results are as follows: Children with moderate and severe mental retardation at the age of 19, the development of gender constancy of girls is better than that of boys;With the increase of age, the development level of gender constancy becomes better. With the steady development of gender constancy, children aged 11～19 years with moderate and severe mental retardation tend to interact with single sex group and with another sex group.
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