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ERIC Number: EJ146037
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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Femininity and Masculinity: Their Relationships to Creativity in Male Architects and Their Independence from Each Other
Kanner, Allen D.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 44, 5, 802-805, Oct 76
Items from the Femininity (Fe) scale of the California Psychological Inventory were assigned to two logically independent subscales: Feminine Tendency (Ft) and Masculine Tendency (Mt). Architects (n=40) nominated as exceptionally creative and their colleagues (n=43) scored higher than unnominated controls (n=41) on Ft but were not significantly lower on Mt. (Author)
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