Archives of Sexual Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Research by Kenneth J. Zucker (ed.)

Archives of Sexual Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Research by Kenneth J. Zucker (ed.)

By Kenneth J. Zucker (ed.)

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2007) offered a social comparison explanation for the finding that sex differences in personality are larger in societies with weak gender roles than in societies with strong gender roles. , same-sex individuals) when making selfratings of personality, whereas in more individualistic, gender-egalitarian societies, people are more likely to compare themselves with out-group members (other-sex individuals). Guimond et al. further suggested that gender differences in personality in individualistic, western nations may reflect gender stereotypes more than actual gender differences in personality.

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