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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 often… Expand
Sex-role stereotypes and clinical judgments of mental health.
Sex-role stereotypes and self-concepts in college students.
Family Size and Sex-Role Stereotypes
- F. Clarkson, S. Vogel, I. Broverman, D. Broverman, P. Rosenkrantz
- Psychology, Medicine
- 23 January 1970
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 be… Expand
Cognitive complexity and the learning of balanced and unbalanced social structures.
SOME FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ASSIMILATION OF DISPARATE INFORMATION IN IMPRESSION FORMATION.
Cognitive complexity, value congruity, and the integration of potentially incompatible information in impressions of others.