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The relationship between androgyny and subjective indicators of emotional well-being

The relationship between androgyny and subjective indicators of emotional well-being,10.1037//0022-3514.40.4.722,Journal of Personality and Social Psy

The relationship between androgyny and subjective indicators of emotional well-being   (Citations: 58)
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Journal: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology - PSP , vol. 40, no. 4, pp. 722-730, 1981
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    • ...The hypothesis predicts that better adjusted persons are those with equivalent amounts of masculine and feminine traits (ie, balanced androgyny hypothesis; Bem 1974), or those high in both traits (ie, additive androgyny hypothesis; Lefkowitz & Zeldow, 2006; Lubinski, Tellegen, & Butcher, 1981)...

    Esther Gómez-Gilet al. Clinical Utility of the Bem Sex Role Inventory (BSRI) in the Spanish T...

    • ...In addition, relationships of sex or gender identity with higher-order personality trait dimensions have been studied to understand the relationships of sex or gender identity with various individual personality traits in simplified ways (i.e., Arrindell, et al., 1997; Lubinski, Tellegen, & Butcher, 1981, 1983)...

    Ji-Hyeon Kimet al. The relationships among sex, gender identity factors, and career-decis...

    • ...This is again viewed as positive, given that androgyny connotes a healthy balance of masculine and feminine traits (Bem, Martyna, & Watson, 1976; Hemmer & Kleiber, 1981; Lorenzi-Cioldi, 1996; Lubinski, Tellegen, & Butcher, 1981; Markstrom-Adams, 1989; Orlofsky & Windle, 1978)...

    Michele Van Volkom. The Relationships Between Childhood Tomboyism, Siblings' Activities, a...

    • ...Second, Bern recognized that a single situation may call for aspects of both expressiveness and instrumentality and that, in such circumstances, androgyny could take the form of a blending of these qualities (e.g., mastery and caring) "in a single act" (Bern, 1978, p. 5). Later androgyny theorists (Lubinski, Tellegen, & Butcher, 1981; Vonk & Ashmore, 1993) have pointed out that androgyny is unnecessary as a theoretical ...
    • ...Discussing the integrative model, Lubinski et al. (1981) reasoned that instrumentality unaccompanied by expressiveness, or expressiveness in the absence of instrumentality, could well prove ineffective in complex interpersonal situations and that a blending of these traits should be more adaptive at such times...

    Jayne E. Stake. Integrating Expressiveness and Instrumentality in Real-Life Settings: ...

    • ...Indeed, femininity has often been described in terms of a cluster of attributes pertaining to expressiveness, agreeableness, concern for others (e.g., Lubinski, Tellegen & Butcher, 1981, 1983) and humility (Zeldow et al., 1985)...
    • ...As anticipated (Lubinski et al., 1981), the associations with extraversion were significantly more stronger in magnitude than the corresponding correlations with neuroticism (males: t = -6.95, N = 421, p < 0.001; females: t = -8.76, N = 497, p < 0.001, one-tailed)...
    • ...In both genders, and in line with Lubinski et al. (1981), femininity correlated significantly negatively with psychoticism...
    • ...In line with Lubinski et al. (1981), neither BSRI Masculinity nor BSRI Femininity were involved in this factor...
    • ...Again in accordance with Lubinski et aL (1981), the association of Bem's Masculinity scale which contains a substantial portion of item descriptors referring to dominant characteristics ("social potency" or "dominance" although not included in the present investigation as a subscale, are among the strongest markers...
    • ...This third factor is most closely related to the higher-order Constraint dimension referred to by Lubinski et al. (1981)...
    • ...findings by Lubinski et aL (1981) who employed a somewhat different set of measures...
    • ...This group of characteristics (high F, low P and high L) conforms with the cluster of attributes pertaining to expressiveness, agreeableness, and concern for others (Lubinski et al., 1981) and provides tentative support for the femininity-humility hypothesis advanced by Zeldow et aL (1985) who also see normal levels of self-criticism and doubt as essential qualities of high scorers on femininity...
    • ...5-6). This description tallies quite nicely with the Constraint dimension referred to by Lubinski et al. (1981) who also pointed out that the special brand of constraint found in several of the BSRI-F items seems to involve a nurturant and accommodating warmth (e.g., sympathetic, understanding, eager to soothe hurt feelings, warm)...

    Willem A. Arrindellet al. Gender roles in relation to assertiveness and eysenckian personality d...

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