Encyclopedia of psychology

Encyclopedia of psychology

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qReference source for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, sociologists, anthropologists, and other professionals who do research in human behavior.q With approximately 2, 150 entries (1, 500 subjects; 650 persons), some twenty-four are on psychology throughout the world, as well as biographical entries of deceased and living contributors to psychology. Encyclopedia may be consulted for ready reference, summary, or textbook information. Entries give name or subject, dates, discussion, cross references, references, and name of author. Volume 4 consists of bibliography of 24, 521 items, name index, and subject index.Throughout the life cycle, malesa#39; sex-role attitudes often are more sex- typed than femalesa#39; (e.g., Shepard aamp; Hess, 1975). ... role stereotypes) and 2) desirable for women and men (sex role norms)aquot; (Pleck, 1981, p. 10). Characteristics that have been considered to be ... (Lynn, 1959) noted that a child might prefer certain sex- typed characteristics of the opposite sex, but still identify with the childa#39;s own sex.

Title:Encyclopedia of psychology
Author:Raymond J. Corsini, Bonnie Davis Ozaki
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 1984


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