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"Our cross-cultural data support Minturn and Lambert's conclusion, in that a moderately strong tendency exists in polygynous societies for co-wives who live in the same house to reject their children more often that co-wives who live with their children in separate dwellings . . ."
|Pearson’s product-moment correlation||Supported||p<.10||.50||UNKNOWN|