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ERIC Number: EJ412738
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1989
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Differences in Interpersonal Functioning as Related to Sex-Role Orientation.
Johnson, Mark E.; Brems, Christiane
Psychology: A Journal of Human Behavior, v26 n4 p48-52 1989
Explored effects of sex role orientation on various aspects of interpersonal behavior. Findings from 140 female college students revealed that femininity was most significant in predicting Expressed and Wanted Affection, whereas masculinity predicted Expressed Control, Wanted Control, Sociability, and Empathy. All relationships were positive with exception of masculinity being inversely related to Wanted Control. (Author/NB)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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