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Gender differences in mathematics anxiety : a function of response bias, math background or socialization?
Previous research has found that females are more vulnerable to experiencing mathematics anxiety. The present study examined two explanations for the gender difference, the ”sex-role" hypothesis, which suggests that ...
Interpreting the situation : the relationship of gender stereotypes and adherence to attitudes and beliefs to reactions to wife abuse
This study examined the relationship of gender stereotypes and cultural beliefs with responses to victimization. When women are victimized in a marital violence context, intervention likelihood and attributions about ...
Relationships between self-discrepancies, emotions and depression in males and females
Self-discrepancy theory postulates that individuals who experience selfdiscrepancies feel uncomfortable, or disturbed, and may manifest emotional problems such as depression, dejection or agitation. This study examined ...