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The effects of experimenter's sex and subject's sex on the Attitudes Toward Women of fraternity, sorority, and mixed-dormitory residents

Concetta, M. Argentino; Aline, H. Kidd; Karen Bogart

Journal of Community Psychology 5(2): 186-188


ISSN/ISBN: 0090-4392
DOI: 10.1002/1520-6629(197704)5:2<186::aid-jcop2290050215>3.0.co;2-a
Accession: 061481479

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A female and a male experimenter each gave the Attitudes Toward Women Scale to 100 female and male undergraduates living in sorority and fraternity single-sex and mixed-sex dormitory housing facilities to test the hypothesis that experimenter's sex, subject's sex, and type of housing would significantly affect the Aws scores.

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