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ERIC Number: EJ154695
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Differences in Expressiveness: Gender, Interpersonal Orientation, and Perceived Parental Expressiveness as Contributing Factors
Balswick, Jack; Avertt, Christine Proctor
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 39, 1, 121-127, Feb 77
An examination of relevant literature reveals that females are sex-role stereotyped as being more expressive than males. It was hypothesized that although females would be more expressive than males, this difference could be explained by two variables--perceived parental expressiveness and interpersonal orientation. (Author)
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