In Praise of Pippi Longstocking: How Implicit Gender Cues Relate to Perceptions of Power

Wiggins, Sarah M.

Researchers investigated whether children (Study 1) and adults (Study 2) associated gender with body posture in alignment with traditional gender stereotypes. Implicit gender cues in the form of gendered names were used to convey gender in the studies, and body postures were varied in their expansiveness/contractiveness. In Study 1, the data did not indicate a significant relationship between gend... read more

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