AQA AS Psychology B Gender Development Studies

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Bem (1974)
Constructed an inventory to measure masculinity, femininty and androgyny (BSRI)
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Imperato- McGinley et al (1979)
Demonstratet that individuals can change their gender role and identity- Males part of an extended family living in rural communities in the Dominican Republic
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Buss (1994)
Investigated heterosexual male preferences of men and women- Surveyed 37 countries, respondents had to rate the importance of a wide range of traits in a potential mate
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Mead (1935)
Investigated the similarities and differences across gender roles in different countries- Ethnographic study living with various tribes in New Guinea for 6 months (Arapesh tribe, Mundugamor tribe and the Tchambuli tribe)
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Furnham and Farragher (2000)
Demonstrated that sex role stereotypes are used as part of British TV advertising
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Fagot (1978)
Investigated the effect of parental behaviour upon gender role development
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Diamond and Sigmundson (1997)
Investigated the role of biology in the developemnt of gender roles
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Van Goozen et al (1995)
Investigated the effects of sex hormones on adult behaviour
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Smith and Lloyd (1978)
Investigated whether mothers acted differently towards a baby depending on the percieved sex of that baby
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Marcus and Overton (1978)
Showed that as children get older they develop gender constancy
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Martin and Halverston (1983)
Demonstrated that children do distort inconsistent information to fit their gender schemas
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Freud (1909)
Demonstrate the existence of the Oedipus complex- Little Hans and his phobia of horses
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Demonstratet that individuals can change their gender role and identity- Males part of an extended family living in rural communities in the Dominican Republic

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Investigated heterosexual male preferences of men and women- Surveyed 37 countries, respondents had to rate the importance of a wide range of traits in a potential mate

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Investigated the similarities and differences across gender roles in different countries- Ethnographic study living with various tribes in New Guinea for 6 months (Arapesh tribe, Mundugamor tribe and the Tchambuli tribe)

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