Social Psychology 124 (Gender Role)

Social Psychology 124 (Gender Role) - Social Psychology...

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Social Psychology 12/4/07 Sex Differences and Gender Roles 1. 6 2. 3 3. 5 4. 7 5. 6 6. 3 7. 6 8. 3 9. 5 10. 2 11. 6 12. 4 13. 5 14. 6 15. 5 16. 4 17. 5 18. 5 19. 1 20. 5 21. 6 22. 4 23. 5 24. 5
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51. 3 52. 4 53. 2 54. 2 55. 3 56. 6 57. 6 58. 5 59. 6 60. 5 < .87 Male .44 to .87 Near -.43 to .43 Androgynous -.44 to -.87 Near Less than -.87 female Women are more communal, nurturant, kind Men are more agentic – more acting like an agent, aggressive Helping behavior: o Men more helpful in “agentic” ways (intervening in emergencies), women more helpful in “communal” ways (long term care of parent) Aggression o Boy are slightly but reliably more physically aggressive. Some evidence that girls show more indirect aggression Nonverbal Behavior: o Women better at expressing and recognizing emotions What are the Actual Differences?
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