94. Middle-school-age girls typically have larger networks of friends than : 1997986
94. Middle-school-age girls typically have larger networks of friends than boys.
95. Research indicates that, for the most part, friendships are color-blind.
96. A good deal of research supports the notion that contact between majority and minority groups can reduce prejudice and discrimination.
97. Children who have no siblings are not as well adjusted as children who grow up with siblings.
98. Single-parent African American families tend to rely substantially on grandparents for everyday child care.
99. Adolescents are able to adjust better to living in a blended family than school-age children.
100. Research indicates that African American children growing up in households headed by a