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Unformatted text preview: teaching them loyalty to their country. a. decreasing; increasing b. increasing; decreasing c. decreasing; decreasing d. increasing; increasing 5. Compared with males, females are more likely to base their sense of personal identity on their: a. gender. b. social relationships. c. educational accomplishments. d. socially distinctive personality traits. 6. The acquisition of a traditional masculine or feminine role is called: a. sexual orientation. b. behavior genetics. c. gender-typing. d. gender identification. 7. Concepts of masculinity and femininity that influence our perceptions are called gender: a. types. b. schemas. c. roles. d. complexes....
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- Winter '08
- Psychology, gender schemas, A. Gender, socially distinctive personality, self-effacing humility