Personality Assessment & Gender

Personality Assessment & Gender - PersonalityAssessment

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10/4/11 Personality Assessment Class Demonstration Learn something about YOURSELF INSTRUCTIONS:  Please read each item carefully and decide to what  extent it is characteristic of your feelings and behavior. Fill in the  blank next to each item by choosing a number from the scale printed  below.    1 = Very uncharacteristic or untrue, strongly          disagree  2 = Uncharacteristic  3 = Neutral  4 = Characteristic 
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10/4/11 ____1. I feel tense when I'm with people I don't know well. ____2. I am socially somewhat awkward. ____3. I do not find it difficult to ask other people for          information. ____4. I am often uncomfortable at parties and other social         functions. ____5. When in a group of people, I have trouble thinking of          the right things to talk about.  ____6. It does not take me long to overcome my shyness in          new situations. ____7. It is hard for me to act natural when I am meeting new          people. ____8. I feel nervous when speaking to someone in authority.  ____9. I have no doubts about my social competence. ____10. I have trouble looking someone right in the eye.  ____11. I feel inhibited in social situations.  ___ 12. I do not find it hard to talk to strangers.  ____13. I am more shy with members of the opposite sex.
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10/4/11 Shyness before scoring. (1=5) (2=4) (4=2)  (5=1)  For college students, mean = 33.3 for  men and 32.4 for women,
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10/4/11 Gender
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10/4/11 Gender Differences and  Similarities Gender = characteristics associated with  being male or female Importance of Genes and Culture Diane Ruble – “Pink Frilly Dress” Syndrome
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course PSY 274 taught by Professor Newman during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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