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Gender-related individual differences and the structure of vocational interests: the importance of the people-things dimension.
  • R. Lippa
  • Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1998
In 3 studies (respective Ns = 289, 394, and 1,678), males and females were assessed on Big Five traits, masculine instrumentality (M), feminine expressiveness (F), gender diagnosticity (GD), andExpand
Gender, Nature, and Nurture
What's the Difference Anyway? Masculinity and Femininity: Gender Within Gender Theories of Gender The Case for Nature The Case for Nurture Cross Examinations Gender, Nature, and Nurture: Looking toExpand
The Preferred Traits of Mates in a Cross-National Study of Heterosexual and Homosexual Men and Women: An Examination of Biological and Cultural Influences
  • R. Lippa
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of sexual behavior
  • 23 March 2007
BBC Internet survey participants (119,733 men and 98,462 women) chose from a list of 23 traits those they considered first, second, and third most important in a relationship partner. Across allExpand
Sex Differences in Sex Drive, Sociosexuality, and Height across 53 Nations: Testing Evolutionary and Social Structural Theories
  • R. Lippa
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of sexual behavior
  • 1 October 2009
By analyzing cross-cultural patterns in five parameters—sex differences, male and female trait means, male and female trait standard deviations—researchers can better test evolutionary and socialExpand
Sex Differences in Personality Traits and Gender-Related Occupational Preferences across 53 Nations: Testing Evolutionary and Social-Environmental Theories
  • R. Lippa
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of sexual behavior
  • 1 June 2010
Using data from over 200,000 participants from 53 nations, I examined the cross-cultural consistency of sex differences for four traits: extraversion, agreeableness, neuroticism, andExpand
Sexual Orientation and Personality
  • R. Lippa
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Annual review of sex research
  • 1 March 2005
Abstract The relation between sexual orientation and personality was examined in a meta-analysis with a total sample of 2,724 heterosexual men, 799 gay men, 157 bisexual men, 5,053 heterosexualExpand
Are 2D:4D finger-length ratios related to sexual orientation? Yes for men, no for women.
  • R. Lippa
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 July 2003
The ratio of index and ring finger lengths (2D:4D) is thought to be a marker of prenatal androgen exposure. In a sample of over 2,000 participants, men had significantly lower 2D:4D ratios than womenExpand
Sex Differences and Sexual Orientation Differences in Personality: Findings from the BBC Internet Survey
  • R. Lippa
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of sexual behavior
  • 1 February 2008
Analyzing a large international data set generated by a BBC Internet survey, I examined sex differences and sexual orientation differences in six personality traits: extraversion, agreeableness,Expand
Gender Differences in Personality and Interests: When, Where, and Why?
How big are gender differences in personality and interests, and how stable are these differences across cultures and over time? To answer these questions, I summarize data from two meta-analyses andExpand
The Relation Between Childhood Gender Nonconformity and Adult Masculinity–Femininity and Anxiety in Heterosexual and Homosexual Men and Women
Recalled childhood gender nonconformity (CGN) and adult traits—e.g., masculinity–femininity of occupational preferences (MF-Occ), self-ascribed masculinity–femininity (Self-MF), self-reportedExpand
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