Lecture 2-Blackboard

Lecture 2-Blackboard - 1/15/2010 Readings/Lectures posted...

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1/15/2010 1 Readings/Lectures posted on Blackboard Readings to be read for that week Email subject heading: “Psyc 310 or WGST 310” Attendance Pts-Clarification Lectures will be posted on Blackboard AFTER class Psychology of Women: Dr. Shauna M. Cooper January 14, 2010 What is “Psychology of Women”? Sex and Gender: Distinctions General Approaches to Psychology of Women? Specific Theories/Approaches to Studying Women and Girls
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1/15/2010 2 Historically was about differences between men and women. Men were the norm, women were different and inferior. Field called “Psychology of women” developed in the 1970’s with advent of women’s movement Now, women make up over half of psychologists BUT…. BIAS still evident in research Psychologists values/beliefs can influence the research process (regardless of gender) Selecting research topic Formulating hypothesis Study design Participant Recruitment/Selection
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1/15/2010 3 Sex and gender are often used interchangeably to describe men and women. Can you think of any circumstances in which
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