The influence of sex, gender, self-discrepancies, and self-awareness on anger and verbal aggressiveness among U.S. college students.

@article{Kinney2001TheIO,
  title={The influence of sex, gender, self-discrepancies, and self-awareness on anger and verbal aggressiveness among U.S. college students.},
  author={Terry A Kinney and Bradley A. Smith and Bonny Donzella},
  journal={The Journal of social psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={141 2},
  pages={245-75}
}
Among a sample of 445 U.S. college students, the authors examined the extent to which individual differences (e.g., sex, gender, self-discrepancies, self-awareness) explained anger tendencies and verbal aggressiveness. Regression analyses showed that (a) the tendency to repress anger (anger-in) was explained by masculinity, desire to be masculine, and public self-awareness, R2 = .19, F(11, 433) = 8.44, p < .001; (b) the tendency to express anger (anger-out) was explained by sex, masculinity… CONTINUE READING

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