Gender differences in behavioral regulation in four societies: The United States, Taiwan, South Korea, and China
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Highlights•Girls universally had higher teacher-rated classroom behavioral regulation than boys.•For directly assessed regulation, Asian girls did not have an advantage over boys.•The relation between regulation and school readiness had no gender differences.

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