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Collabra: Psychology (2024) 10 (1): 118772.
Published: 17 June 2024
... overall, it is possible that gender differences in smile behavior are more nuanced. For instance, since it is more acceptable for men to convey status, men may produce more smiles with features of dominance smiles than women. Conversely, since women are socialized to perform tasks associated with care...
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Collabra: Psychology (2023) 9 (1): 87546.
Published: 22 September 2023
...Jens Mazei; Nils Backhaus; Anne Marit Wöhrmann; Corinna Brauner-Sommer; Joachim Hüffmeier; Justin Matthews Gender inequities can be partly traced back to gender differences in working time arrangements. In fact, it is established knowledge that women as compared to men are more (less) likely...
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Collabra: Psychology (2023) 9 (1): 75220.
Published: 13 June 2023
... was conducted with 399 adolescents aged 14-17 years to develop the Strength of Social Gender Norms (SSGN) scale. Exploratory factor analysis demonstrated a good two-factor structure. Psychometric analyses satisfied tests for internal consistency, differentiated it from attitudes, and found moderate test-retest...
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Collabra: Psychology (2023) 9 (1): 71341.
Published: 10 March 2023
... and emotional reaction to the post. In terms of sexism, the posts were rated along three dimensions of gender bias: Hostile Sexism, Benevolent Sexism, and Objectification. Participants also provided their emotional reactions to the posts in terms of feeling Ashamed, Insecure, and/or Angry. Data were collected...
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Collabra: Psychology (2022) 8 (1): 32964.
Published: 28 February 2022
... on small and selective samples. This study is a high-powered and pre-registered replication and extension of a 20-year-old study on this biasing effect in German speakers. Under 1 of 4 conditions (masculine generics vs. three gender-inclusive alternatives), 344 participants listed 3 persons of 6 popular...
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Collabra: Psychology (2017) 3 (1): 9.
Published: 29 March 2017
... distribution of nonsignificant effects exceeds the expected distribution assuming a null-effect, and approximately two out of three (66.7%) psychology articles reporting nonsignificant results contain evidence for at least one false negative, (ii) nonsignificant results on gender effects contain evidence...