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Craniofacial Abstracts child's sex. Parents were less likely to prefer a shared approach when the child was female (odds ratio, 0.365; 95% confidence interval, 0.139-0.961; P = 0.04). CONCLUSIONS: Although most parents preferred a completely shared approach to decision-making, children desired greater autonomy, particularly with increasing age. There was limited agreement between parents and children regarding their decision-making preferences. Providers must be cognizant of differingdoi:10.1097/01.gox.0000584548.33411.bf fatcat:wgqngspgn5brphg2j4ngqdb4hq