Sexual Submissiveness in Women: Costs for Sexual Autonomy and Arousal
- Diana T. Sanchez; Amy K. Kiefer; Oscar Ybarra; Diana T. Sanchez; Amy K. Kiefer; Oscar Ybarra
The online version of this article can be found at:
(application/pdf) - 21-ene-2015
Constructing Gender in the Economics Lab
- Anne Boschini; Astri Muren; Mats Persson
investigate whether observed gender
gaps in generosity can be explained by experimental setting, where some settings are more conducive than others to activating gender
identity and social norms. In
(application/pdf) - 20-dic-2014
Evolution and Human Behavior 27 (2006) 85–103European hair and eye color A case of frequency-dependent sexual selection?
- Peter Frost
Human hair and eye color is unusually diverse in northern and eastern Europe. The many alleles invol ...
(application/pdf) - 29-nov-2014
The voices of immigrant´s victims about gender violence
- Roberta De Alencar Rodrigues; Leonor Cantera
relationships, presents gender
violence in couples in Barcelona, Spain. The relevance of this study lies ...
seen as domestic terrorism because of the number of deaths, victims of gender
violence. Nowadays, data
(application/pdf) - 29-ago-2014
Explicit and implicit assessment of gender roles
- Fernández Sánchez, Juan; Quiroga Estévez, María Ángeles; Escorial Martín, Sergio; Privado, Jesús
Background: Gender roles
have been assessed by explicit measures and, recently, by implicit ...
, an implicit assessment of gender roles
was carried out, focusing on the response time given to the
Gender Roles and Helping Behavior
- Hupp-Wilds, Bobbi
are important in our society. Until recently gender roles
have been relatively rigid, however currently many people are not tied to rigid gender roles
. Helping behavior is a very
Phobic anxiety in 11 nations: part II. Hofstede's dimensions of national cultures predict national-level variations
- Arrindell, WA; Eisemann, M; Oei, TPS; Caballo, VE; Sanavio, E; Sica, C; Bages, N; Feldman, L; Torres, B; Iwawaki, S; Hatzichristou, C; Castro, J; Canalda, G; Furnham, A; van der Ende, J; Grp, CCPS
Lay theories of anorexia nervosa.
- Furnham, A; Hume-Wright, A
One hundred sixty-eight subjects completed a 105-item questionnaire that explored their beliefs abou ...
Self-efficacy of Androgynous and Sex-typed Employed and Unemployed Women
- Dr. Sangeeta Rath; Bhubaneswar Odisha; Aakankshya Mishra
The effect of gender
perception and employment status on the self-efficacy of women is examined. The study adopted a 2 (androgynous and sex-typed) X 2 (employed and unemployed) factorial design
(application/pdf) - 20-ene-2014
Open Research Online The Open University’s repository of research publications
- P Ex
and other research outputs Sex and gender roles
in gentle and noble families, c.1575-1660, with ... gender roles
in gentle and noble families, c.1575-1660, with a particular focus on marriage
(application/pdf) - 02-ene-2014