This study investigated the relationship of sex role, as measured by the Bem Sex Role Inventory, and measures of self concept, satisfaction with self concept, psychological health, and personality integration, as measured by the Tennessee Self Concept Scale. One hundred and fifty three college age students were tested. There was no significant difference for subjects scores attributed to sex or sex type by sex interaction. A statistically significant difference in measures of self concept, satisfaction with self concept, and psychological health was found among ·sex types. A rank order effect was noted with androgynous individuals scoring highest followed by masculine, feminine, and undifferentiated, respectively, for each of the three variables. Scores on measures of personality integration reflected no significant statistical differences in regards to sex, sex type, or sex by sex type interaction.
M.S. University of Kansas, Counseling 1984
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