According to prevailing research on family structure stereotypes (Ganong et al., 1990), the "child factor" is expected to lead to stereotype formation, whereby causing more favorable ratings of individuals depicted with a child. The first part of the survey requested biographical information, including age and sex.\n Given that workloads and time priorities significantly change after family formation, a marked shift in market work vs. family work is to be expected in order to give parents the opportunity to devote time to their offspring.
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