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ERIC Number: EJ158446
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Publication Date: 1976
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Repression of Sexual Associations: Cognitive Inhibition, Familiarity, or Social Inhibition?
Dickman, Howard; And Others
Social Behavior and Personality, 4, 2, 283-288, 76
Male sensitizers, neutrals, and repressors (N=90) performed an identification task and an association task with word lists containing double entendres. The identification task results failed to support the familiarity hypothesis. The association task results suggested repressors are more responsive to external, social inhibition cues than are either sensitizers or neutrals. (Author)
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