The impact of gender ideologies on men's and women's desire for a traditional or non-traditional partner

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Thomae, Manuela; Houston, Diane M.;

Two studies examine preferences for a long-term partner who conforms to traditional or non- traditional gender\ud roles. The studies both demonstrate a link between benevolent sexism and preference for a traditional partner.\ud However, Study 1 also demonstrates a stron... View more
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