Gender stereotypes index - descriptive and prescriptive

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Description: Data based on 25 traits from Prentice & Carranza (2002). See analyses.html file in analysis component for summary data. Provides (pseudo-)normative data for: (i) typicality of traits among men, (ii) typicality of traits among women, (iii) desireability of traits for men, (iv) desireability of traits for women. Statistical comparisons made based on: Typicality for men vs. typicality for women; Desireability for men vs. desireability for women; Typicality for men vs. desireability for men; Typicality for women vs. desireability for women. All of the above provided for the overall sample, as well as for male participants-only and female participants-only.

License: GNU General Public License (GPL) 3.0

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