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Sex Roles: A Journal of Research

1995 Volume 33, Number 5

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Gender and Computers. II. The Interactive Effects of Knowledge and Constancy on Gender-Stereotyped Attitudes

    Leonard S. Newman

    Examines, via computer-use attitudes, the influence of gender stereotypes on the motivation of gender-constant children in mastering gender roles. Results from 206 children confirm that attitudes... More

    pp. 325-51

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  2. Gender Differences in Attributions about Microcomputer Learning in Elementary School

    Miranda D'Amico

    Investigated whether elementary school girls' attributions about computer use follow a pattern of learned helplessness. Results from drill-and-practice and tutorial tasks involving 220 children... More

    pp. 353-85

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