Emily F. Coyle
Emily F. Coyle
Saint Martin's University
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Developmental interventions to address the STEM gender gap: Exploring intended and unintended consequences
LS Liben, EF Coyle
Advances in child development and behavior 47, 77-115, 2014
Breadwinner and caregiver: A cross‐sectional analysis of children's and emerging adults’ visions of their future family roles
M Fulcher, EF Coyle
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 29 (2), 330-346, 2011
Sissies, mama’s boys, and tomboys: Is children’s gender nonconformity more acceptable when nonconforming traits are positive?
EF Coyle, M Fulcher, D Trübutschek
Archives of sexual behavior 45, 1827-1838, 2016
Affecting girls’ activity and job interests through play: The moderating roles of personal gender salience and game characteristics
EF Coyle, LS Liben
Child development 87 (2), 414-428, 2016
Planning to have it all: Emerging adults’ expectations of future work-family conflict
EF Coyle, E Van Leer, KM Schroeder, M Fulcher
Sex Roles 72, 547-557, 2015
Gendered packaging of a STEM toy influences children's play, mechanical learning, and mothers’ play guidance
EF Coyle, LS Liben
Child Development 91 (1), 43-62, 2020
Working at play: Gender-typed play and children’s visions of future work and family roles.
M Fulcher, EF Coyle
American Psychological Association, 2018
Gender development: A relational approach
LS Liben, EF Coyle
Advancing Developmental Science, 170-184, 2017
Families in quarantine: COVID‐19 pandemic effects on the work and home lives of women and their daughters
EF Coyle, M Fulcher, K Baker, CN Fredrickson
Journal of Social Issues 79 (3), 971-996, 2023
Barbie as a Model of Gender Nontraditional Career Possible Self Content for Preschool and Kindergarten Girls
EF Coyle
Social influences on gender development: theory and context
EF Coyle, M Fulcher
Gender and Sexuality Development: Contemporary Theory and Research, 101-124, 2022
Influences on children's play with a STEM toy: Interactions among children, parents, and gender-based marketing
EF Coyle
The Pennsylvania State University, 2015
Barbie as a model of gender nontraditional career possible self content for preschool and kindergarten girls (thesis)
EF Coyle
The Effect of Play with Highly Feminized Toys on Preschool Girls' Attitudes about Gender Nontraditional Careers
EF Coyle
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