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Macquarie University Abstract The hypothesis that sex role development depends in part on children's tendencies to imitate same-sex individuals more than opposite-sex models is central to most theories of sex typing. Yet E. Maccoby and C. Jacklin , in a review of the literature, conclude that the hypothesis has been disconfirmed. It is argued here that the research on which Maccoby and Jacklin based their conclusion is weak both methodologically and conceptually. This article presents a modified social learning theory account of the contribution of imitation to sex role development.Request PDF on ResearchGate | The Social Learning Theory of Sex to identify with and model the behavior of the same-sex parent (Belle, ;Eisenberg et al. , .. culturally defined as " gender appropriate " for the child (Bandura,Ross and. Gender Roles: Social Learning Theory And Sex Segregation Bandura () pioneered work on gender development. One of the mot predominant theories is Albert Bandura's social learning theory, which assumes that. of gender-related thought and action from social cognitive theory. Children at 4 levels of gender for same-sex typed behavior and self-criticism for cross-sex typed behavior. tional Institute of Mental Health to Albert Bandura, and Australian Research Council grant children learn the social sanctions against cross-sex...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑