A Comparative Study of the Implicit and Explicit Gender Attitudes of Children and College Students

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extent to which an evaluative response to another person is based on the other’s gender. One hypothesis that can be derived from cultural myth is that men should be better liked than women, and some research indirectly supports this conjecture. For example, traits associated with the male stereotype are often positive (e.g., independent, objective… (More)

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@inproceedings{Skowronski2001ACS, title={A Comparative Study of the Implicit and Explicit Gender Attitudes of Children and College Students}, author={John J. Skowronski and Melissa A. Lawrence}, year={2001} }