Magnitude of psychological gender differences. Another side to the story.

@article{Hyde1995MagnitudeOP,
  title={Magnitude of psychological gender differences. Another side to the story.},
  author={Janet Shibley Hyde and E. Ashby Plant},
  journal={The American psychologist},
  year={1995},
  volume={50 3},
  pages={159-61; discussion 169-71}
}
A. H. Eagly (1995) argued that feminism created a political climate that has lead to research that inaccurately minimizes psychological gender differences. In this article, the authors assert that feminist psychologists do not have a uniform position on this issue, and that many have argued for large gender differences. Meta-analyses indicate great variability in the magnitude of gender differences across different behaviors. However, more psychological gender differences (25%) fall in the… CONTINUE READING

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