Gender Roles and Pressure to be Truthful: The Bogus Pipeline Modifies Gender Differences in Sexual but Not Non-sexual Behavior

@article{Fisher2013GenderRA,
  title={Gender Roles and Pressure to be Truthful: The Bogus Pipeline Modifies Gender Differences in Sexual but Not Non-sexual Behavior},
  author={Terri D. Fisher},
  journal={Sex Roles},
  year={2013},
  volume={68},
  pages={401-414}
}
  • T. Fisher
  • Published 9 February 2013
  • Psychology
  • Sex Roles
Previous studies have indicated that the research context has an influence on whether gender differences are found in sexual behavior, likely due to adherence to different gender norms for men and women. The present study utilized bogus pipeline methodology to help determine if the purported use of a lie detector would influence gender differences in reports of other types of behaviors considered more suitable for one gender or the other. Participants consisted of General Psychology students… 
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