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A Social Competition in Women and a Benevolent Sexism

As outlined previously, we expected to find an increase in social competition in women who experienced both hostile and benevolent sexism. Our findings suggest that neither hostile sexism, benevolent sexism, nor hostile and benevolent sexism have a statistically significant effect on social competition. Consistent with the literature, exposure to hostile sexism was (marginally significantly) positively […]

Pages: 3 Words: 789 Topics: Anger, Competition, Emotion, Epistemology, Neuroscience, Sexism, Social Psychology

Milestones in the Study of Gender Development

The late 1960s through the 1970s marked an important turning point in the field of gender research. For example, in 1978, the current editor of this journal and her co-authors published one of the first textbooks on the psychology of women and gender roles (Frieze et al. 1978). At that time, these areas were just […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2225 Topics: Adoption, Belief, Epistemology, Gender, Gender Identity, Gender Roles, Knowledge, Masculinity, Metaphysics, Neuroscience, Research
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The Impact of Peer Pressure on the Esteem of Children

Abstract The paper is about self-esteem in children and young adults which occur as a result of peer pressure among other factors. The focus has however been put on peer pressure as an agent of self-esteem problem in this group of individuals. In the introduction, attention is concentrated on how these two things are always […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2530 Topics: Adolescence, Clinical Psychology, Neuroscience, Peer pressure, Social Psychology

Implicit Vs Explicit Attitudes

Implicit and explicit attitudes are the levels of our attitudes that set our opinions, ideas and attitudes towards other people, objects and situations in our everyday life. Implicit attitudes are the attitudes formed in the unconscious. These attitudes exist without us knowing and are involuntarily formed. Explicit attitudes are the ones we can easily report […]

Pages: 2 Words: 694 Topics: Ignorance, Neuroscience, Sexism, Social Psychology

How a New Sibling Affects Preschool Aged Children

Introducing a new baby into the family is both an exciting, yet a challenging time for the big brother or sister. How you choose to tell the child about a new sibling and preparing them for changes in their family life will vary depending on the age difference, but there are some rules of thumb […]

Pages: 3 Words: 760 Topics: Adoption, Child, Childhood, Family, Human Development, Neuroscience, Parent, Social Psychology

Effects of Peer Pressure Towards Academic Performance of Grade 11 Humps

“Peer pressure is a sentiment that one must do the things which are the same as other people of the same age and social group to be liked or respected by others. Teenagers nowadays specifically the student’s academic behavior are usually influenced by their peers as it has been indicated in some studies (Lee, 2018). […]

Pages: 3 Words: 760 Topics: Adolescence, Communication, Epistemology, Neuroscience, Peer pressure, Social Psychology, Symbolic interactionism

A Question Arises, “What am I?”

Descartes expands on this idea in Meditation II. A question arises, “What am I?” One option he considers in order to solve his question is Common Sense. He claims that he is a physical body, which he understands to be true through his senses, and has been made or animated by some fiery breath. The […]

Pages: 3 Words: 777 Topics: Allegory of the Cave, Common sense, Epistemology, Experience, Metaphysics, Neuroscience, Perception, Phenomenology
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