BSRI

AcronymDefinition
BSRIBem Sex Role Inventory (gender ethics)
BSRIBlood Systems Research Institute (est. 1959; San Francisco, CA)
BSRIBechtel Savannah River, Inc. (South Carolina)
BSRIBasic Science Research Institute (South Korea)
BSRIBiodiversity Stewardship in Resource Industries (Canada)
BSRIBeck Self-Rating Inventory
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The answers to the questions from the BSRI portrayed a person who possessed either masculine traits or feminine traits.
Progress on the DIBELS is a sign of successful teaching throughout the building,'' said BSRI chairman and co-founder Ed Moscovitch.
Nevertheless, it is unknown in the literature whether using BSRI scales to predict a willingness to relocate is effective.
Pearson correlation coefficient revealed a significant negative correlation between AWS and masculinity subscale of BSRI scores (r = .
Gender, as measured by the BSRI masculinity and femininity scales, is partially related to Sex (Figure 4) and brain lateralization (Figure 11), but it is also related to cultural and social expectations.
The BSRI scores are quite consistent with past research in sport psychology (e.
Recognized as "the most widely accepted and used of the measures of masculinity and femininity" (Powell and Butterfield, 1989), the BSRI is distinguished from other commonly used masculinity-femininity scales in two ways: (1) masculinity and femininity are treated as two independent dimensions rather than as ends of a single continuum thus allowing respondents to indicate that they are high on both dimensions, low on both, or high on one and low on the other; and (2) the BSRI is predicated on the concept of the "traditionally sex-typed person as someone who is highly attuned to cultural definitions of sex-appropriate behavior and who uses such definitions as the ideal standard against which his own behavior is to be evaluated" (Bem, 1981, 5).
After completing the BSRI, participants wrote narratives describing their experiences with and expressions of work-related anger.
The original BSRI (1974) is a 60-item Likert-type self-report measure of gender-role orientation, comprised of 20 masculine (traits rated as more socially appropriate for males than females), 20 feminine (traits rated as more socially appropriate for females than males), and 20 neutral (traits rated as socially appropriate for both males and females) items.
There were stronger relationships between the sexual attitudes test and the Bem Sex Role Inventory than between the BSRI and the mental rotation test.
Developed by Sandra Lipsitz Bem, the BSRI consists of 20 adjectives describing masculine personality characteristics (such as ambitious, self-reliant, and independent); 20 adjectives that describe feminine personality characteristics (such as gentle, understanding, and sensitive to the needs of others); and 20 neutral personality characteristics (such as conscientious, efficient, and sincere).