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7o see chance autotelic hypothesis believe teacher perceives bored easily 70 boys card games Card-Board chance for success chance to succeed Coleman confidence differential impact Effects of Games EXPERIENCE AND SOCIALIZATION EXPLORATORY STUDY feel can learn females who play four game types Frequency Low High game activities game experience Game Frequency Low game partners game play game settings game type vary games by sex group activity group games guessing games high frequency individual games interest in school Johns Hopkins University luck more important males who play once a month participate in party participate in sports PARTICIPATION IN INDIVIDUAL PARTY 7o party games frequently peer group perceives them favorably percent play activities play and games play board-card games play party games play sports players prefer cooperation respondents self-image sense of efficacy SEX DIFFERENCES sex role siblings social context socialization process SPORTS PARTICIPATION twice a week type of game variables