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Researchers have extensively studied the social mechanisms that drive the formation of networks observed among preschool children. However, less attention has been given to global network structures in terms of blockmodels. A blockmodel is a network where the nodes are groups of equivalent units (according to links to others) from a studied network. It is already shown that mutuality, popularity, assortativity, and different types of transitivity mechanisms can lead the global network structuredoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0226801 pmid:31940323 pmcid:PMC6961920 fatcat:irplnima6fbjtf2f5yh3q4aa34