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Resilience Among Women with HIV: Impact of Silencing the Self and Socioeconomic Factors
von Dale, Sannisha K.; Cohen, Mardge H.; Kelso, Gwendolyn A.; Cruise, Ruth C.; Weber, Kathleen M.; Watson, Cheryl; Burke-Miller, Jane K.; Brody, Leslie R.
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 5-6, p. 221-231
Referenzen: 49

...In the U.S., women account for over a quarter of the approximately 50,000 annual new HIV diagnoses and face intersecting and ubiquitous adversities including gender inequities, sexism, poverty, violen...

Single-sex Public Education for Low-income Youth of Color: A Critical Theoretical Review
von Goodkind, Sara
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 69 (2013), 7-8, p. 393-402

...There has been a widespread increase in single-sex public schooling in the U.S. following 2006 amendments to Title IX stipulated by the No Child Left Behind Act. As its inclusion in No Child Left Behi...

Bashful Boys and Coy Girls: A Review of Gender Differences in Childhood Shyness
von Doey, Laura; Coplan, Robert J.; Kingsbury, Mila
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 7-8, p. 255-266
Referenzen: 129

...Shyness is a temperamental trait characterized by a fear of novel social situations and self-consciousness in situations of perceived social evaluation. From early childhood to adolescence, shyness is...

Being Shy at School
von Rudasill, Kathleen Moritz; Kalutskaya, Irina
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 7-8, p. 267-273
Referenzen: 37

...In our commentary on 'Bashful boys and coy girls: A review of gender differences in childhood shyness' by Doey et al. (2013) we provide an analysis of limitations to the study of shyness in children a...

Gender Differences in Child and Adolescent Social Withdrawal: A Commentary
von Rubin, Kenneth H.; Barstead, Matthew G.
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 7-8, p. 274-284
Referenzen: 69

...In a manuscript entitled, 'Bashful boys and coy girls: A review of gender differences in childhood shyness' Doey et al. (2013) suggest that shyness and its related constructs pose a greater developmen...

Commentary: Bashful Boys and Coy Girls: A Review of Gender Differences in Childhood Shyness
von Gazelle, Heidi; Peter, Divya; Karkavandi, Maedeh Aboutalebi
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 7-8, p. 285-308

...In this commentary we argue that subjective reviews of gender differences, as opposed to empirical meta-analyses, can be more affected by influences which may not yield an objective evaluation of the ...

Parlance, Places, Process, and Paradox: Revisiting the Discussion of Gender Differences in Childhood Shyness
von Coplan, Robert J.; Kingsbury, Mila; Doey, Laura
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 7-8, p. 309-314
Referenzen: 4

...In our recent review article (Doey et al. 2013), we provided an overview and synthesis of the extant literature pertaining to gender differences in the prevalence and implications of childhood shyness...

Exploring the Social Origins of Dutch Mothers' Ideal Family Lives
von Ruitenberg, Justine; Beer, Paul
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 7-8, p. 315-328
Referenzen: 40

...This paper examines how Dutch mothers' ideal family lives (traditional, adaptive or egalitarian) have been formed in interaction with other people, an assumption that is central to socialization theor...

The Role of Couple Discrepancies in Cognitive and Behavioral Egalitarianism in Marital Quality
von Ogolsky, Brian G.; Dennison, Renee Peltz; Monk, James Kale
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 7-8, p. 329-342
Referenzen: 61

...Although gender ideologies and perceptions of equity in the division of household tasks have been associated with marital quality, there is limited understanding of the relationship between discrepanc...

Differential Roles of Physical Attractiveness and Earning Capability in Explaining Sense of Power among Dating Individuals in China: A Gender Comparison
von Zhang, Hong; You, Jin; Teng, Fei; Chan, Darius K-S.
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 7-8, p. 343-355
Referenzen: 62

...This cross-sectional study examined how self-assessed physical attractiveness and earning capability were associated with individuals' sense of power through self-perceived mating success and investme...

Warm, but Maybe Not So Competent?-Contemporary Implicit Stereotypes of Women and Men in Germany
von Ebert, Irena D.; Steffens, Melanie C.; Kroth, Alexandra
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 9-10, p. 359-375

...A fundamental model of stereotypes, the stereotype content model (SCM, Fiske et al. 2002), postulates that stereotypes of many social groups vary on two core dimensions: warmth and competence. In line...

Is She an Expert or Just a Woman? Gender Differences in the Presentation of Experts in TV Talk Shows
von Hetsroni, Amir; Lowenstein, Hila
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 9-10, p. 376-386
Referenzen: 28

...In order to explore gender differences in the presentation of experts on television this study used a content analysis of 238 h of 64 Israeli talk shows from 2012 where 495 experts took part. Men expe...

Ambivalent Sexism and Religion: Connected Through Values
von Mikoajczak, Magorzata; Pietrzak, Janina
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 9-10, p. 387-399
Referenzen: 57

...Sexist attitudes do not exist in a limbo; they are embedded in larger belief systems associated with specific hierarchies of values. In particular, manifestations of benevolent sexism (Glick and Fiske...

Gender Gap in School Science: Are Single-Sex Schools Important?
von Sikora, Joanna
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 9-10, p. 400-415
Referenzen: 20

...This paper compares science subject choices and science-related career plans of Australian adolescents in single-sex and coeducational schools. Data from the nationally representative Longitudinal Sur...

It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's a Gender Stereotype!: Longitudinal Associations Between Superhero Viewing and Gender Stereotyped Play
von Coyne, Sarah M.; Linder, Jennifer Ruh; Rasmussen, Eric E.; Nelson, David A.; Collier, Kevin M.
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 9-10, p. 416-430
Referenzen: 56

...Although content analyses have found that superhero programs in the media portray strong gender stereotypes of masculinity, little research has examined the effects of viewing such programs. In the cu...

Gender Research in Spanish Psychology: An Overview for International Readers
von Gartzia, Leire; Lopez-Zafra, Esther
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 11-12, p. 445-456
Referenzen: 27

...In the last decades, many political and socioeconomic transformations occurred in Western countries with a considerable impact on gender equality. In this special issue, we aim to show how these trans...

Traits and Roles in Gender Stereotypes: A Comparison between Moroccan and Spanish Native Samples
von Diaz, Amelia; Sellami, Khadija
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 11-12, p. 457-467
Referenzen: 43

...This study examines gender role attitudes and attitudes toward 'man' and 'woman' in two native samples from Spain and Morocco. The samples were made up of 400 participants, 200 in each country, contai...

Men in the Office, Women in the Kitchen? Contextual Dependency of Gender Stereotype Activation in Spanish Women
von Lemus, Soledad; Moya, Miguel; Lupianez, Juan; Bukowski, Marcin
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 11-12, p. 468-478
Referenzen: 33

...In a set of two studies, we tested whether gender-stereotypical associations are automatically activated by Spanish women in a categorization task, and how this process is conditioned by the context i...

Perceptions of Gender Differences in Self-Report Measures of Emotional Intelligence
von Lopez-Zafra, Esther; Gartzia, Leire
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 11-12, p. 479-495
Referenzen: 57

...Emotional Intelligence (EI) refers to the abilities/competencies that an individual has about emotions and has proven to be related to positive aspects in life. Despite its growing relevance, results ...

Gender, Dependency and Guilt in Intimate Relationship Conflict Among Spanish Couples
von Valor-Segura, Inmaculada; Exposito, Francisca; Moya, Miguel
In: Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 70 (2014), 11-12, p. 496-505
Referenzen: 51

...Conflict is inherent to all types of interpersonal relationships. The interdependence that characterizes romantic relationships is related to the way that men and women perceive intimate partner confl...

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