Moms may perpetuate gender stereotypes more than dads, Guelph research shows
Boys shouldn't cry and girls shouldn't get angry.
Those may seem like outdated gender stereotypes, but a new study from the University of Guelph says when it comes to those big feelings, parents today continue to perpetuate those stereotypes.
The study also found mothers tend to push gender stereotypes more than fathers, but may not realize they're doing it.
Listen to the interview with Kristel Thomassin, a psychology professor at University of Guelph and lead author of the study.