(I) While there is a general tendency for children to conform to the values and attitudes of other members of the peer group, there are wide variations in the strength of this tendency. (II) Girls are more likely to conform to the peer group suggestions than boys, and low status group members are more likely to conform than leaders. (III) The childs contact with his peers also expands greatly during the school years. (IV) Furthermore, individual personality factors may play a role. (V) Dependent and anxious children are more conforming than non-dependent, non-anxious peers.
A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V