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The Silencing the Self Scale: Schemas of Intimacy Associated With Depression in Women
The Silencing the Self Scale (STSS), derived from a longitudinal study of clinically depressed women, measures specific schemas about how to make and maintain intimacy hypothesized to be associatedExpand
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Silencing the self: Women and depression.
Part 1 Preparing to listen: visions of the self the psychology of women the obstacle of dependence depressed women as guides. Part 2 Loss of self: loss of voice the forms of connection. Part 3 ImagesExpand
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Silencing the Self Across Cultures: Depression and Gender in the Social World
This international volume offers new perspectives on social and psychological aspects of the complex dynamic of depression. The twenty-one contributors from thirteen countries - Australia, Canada,Expand
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  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Health care for women international
  • 1 June 2001
Sixty women's narratives about their anger were coded for elements of anger expression. Their decisions regarding how and where to express anger are most strongly influenced by the anticipatedExpand
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Behind the mask : destruction and creativity in women's aggression
The author explores the origins, meanings and forms of women's agression. Drawing from interviews with 60 women of different ages and ethnic and class backgrounds, police officers, substance abusers,Expand
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Reflections on the Silencing the Self Scale and Its Origins
‘‘Women consider the failure of relationships to be a moral failure,’’ said Carol Gilligan, the year I started doctoral studies at Harvard University. It was 1979, on a brilliant fall day with sunExpand
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