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Stereotypes can be damaging, so how can we stop children picking them up?

Children develop their sense of the world through minute-by-minute conversations with important adults in their lives. Image: REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

Marjorie Rhodes

Associate Professor of Psychology, New York University,

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