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Sex‐Role Stereotypes: A Current Appraisal
Consensus about the differing characteristics of men and women exists across groups differing in sex, age, marital status, and education. Masculine characteristics are positively valued more oftenExpand
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Sex-role stereotypes and clinical judgments of mental health.
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Sex-role stereotypes and self-concepts in college students.
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THE AUTOMATIZATION COGNITIVE STYLE AND PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT.
The Automatization cognitive style is defined as greater ability (Strong Automatization) or lesser ability (Weak Automatization) to perform simple repetitive tasks than expected from the individual'sExpand
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Family Size and Sex-Role Stereotypes
Social attitudes about sex roles have been implicated as important factors in population growth. Degree of incorporation of stereotypic sex roles into the self-concepts of mothers is found to beExpand
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Social competence and psychiatric diagnosis.
It was hypothesized that symptoms reflect a patient's social competence or maturity level and that this maturity level is related to the diagnosis he receives. Symptom scales based on empiricalExpand
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Sphere dominance, role orientation, and diagnosis.
It was proposed that the psychiatric diagnosis assigned to a patient is related to particular life styles as inferred from specific symptom constellations. 2 aspects of life style as expressed inExpand
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SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF HOSPITALIZED PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS IN JAPAN AND IN THE UNITED STATES: A STUDY OF CULTURAL DIFFERENCES
Groups of hospitalized psychiatric patients in Japan and in the United States were compared in their discrete symptom manifestations as well as in their dominant roles (turning against self, turningExpand
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