Freitag, 18. Januar 2013

Gender Differences on the People-Things Dimension:

>Men and women differ substantially on the people-things dimension (mean d = 1,29; Lippa, 1998) ... . A d value of 1,29 is quite large and implies that 90% of women are more people-oriented than the average man is, and conversely, that 90% of men are more thing-oriented than the average woman is. Interestingly, these sex differences are allready apparent in 2- to 4-year-old children (Goodenough, 1957).<
Richard A. Lippa; Gender, Nature and Nurture; 2005

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