Jean A. Steitz

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The age-stage relationship between young children's human figure drawings and Piaget's levels of cognitive development was investigated using 45 young children ages 4 through 6 years. Analyses indicated a distinct monotonic trend between cognitive stage and drawing level; as cognitive ability increased so did drawing level. This suggests that children's(More)
Ninth- and tenth-grade adolescents' AIDS knowledge and attitude were assessed before and after a mandated AIDS education program. A control group of adolescents not exposed to the education program was included. As a result of the AIDS education, knowledge gains were indicated for the girls, but not for the boys. Both boys and girls gained in tolerance for(More)
A casual model of subjective age among middle-age working adults is proposed. Determinants of subjective age include chronological age, education, health, self-esteem, financial satisfaction, and job satisfaction. Life satisfaction is used as an explanatory outcome. Using a sample of middle-age men, the results indicate that self-esteem and financial(More)
This study investigated psychological androgyny among 40 high school girls from a college preparatory upper-level mathematics class and from a vocational track cosmetology class. It was hypothesized that the choice of curricular track would correspond to traditional sex-role stereotypes and that there would be a significant difference between the two groups(More)
Utilizing a path model, this study investigated the relationship between Androgyny and career decision-making among 91 high school girls. The constructs included in the model were Androgyny as assessed by the Bem Sex-role Inventory, Self-esteem as assessed by the Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale, Self-efficacy as assessed by the Wulff-Steitz Career Self-efficacy(More)
  • J A Steitz
  • International journal of aging & human…
  • 1981
The adult life course can be divided into socially defined age status periods differentiated not only by members' chronological age, but also by their experience within the family and work life cycles and degree of socially accorded rights, power, and privilege. The effects of individuals' social age status (adolescence, adulthood, retired adulthood) and(More)
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