In October 1922 Mansfield moved to Georges Gurdjieff's Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man in Fontainebleau , France, where she was put under the care of Olgivanna Lazovitch Hinzenburg (who later married Frank Lloyd Wright ). As a guest rather than a pupil of Gurdjieff, Mansfield was not required to take part in the rigorous routine of the institute,  but she spent much of her time there with her mentor, Alfred Richard Orage , and her last letters inform Murry of her attempts to apply some of Gurdjieff's teachings to her own life. 
The studies outlined above demonstrate that children's reasoning about toy preferences and suitability is influenced by a number of factors and is often egocentric. However the common thread running throughout all these studies is that outside influences, such a gender labels and colour greatly influences the toys children like. The personal, egocentric reasoning employed by children in the absence of outside influences, coupled with the change in children's reasoning that comes with outside influences clearly shows that children are highly aware of societal and cultural 'norms' and it would appear that, on the whole, children tend to conform to these gender 'norms' when it comes to the toys they considered to be most appealing.