The Bem Sex-Role Inventory (BSRI
) was the instrument utilized to measure the sex-role characteristics of the respondents via classification of the subjects into four distinct sex-role groups: feminine, masculine, androgynous, and undifferentiated.
After completing the BSRI
, participants wrote narratives describing their experiences with and expressions of work-related anger.
This may mean that what the BSRI
lables "feminine gender role" and what the DBI calls "feminine behaviors" are tapping very different constructs.
While the BSRI
is considered to be fairly complex in its structure (Ballard-Reisch & Elton, 1992; Brems & Johnson, 1990; Wong, McReary & Duffy, 1990) this tool was employed so that comparison could be made with the earlier studies (e.g.
Scores of the BSRI
tests I administered to laboratory supervisors clearly showed that the majority were not androgynous.
Bem (1974) on the basis of her study using the Bem Sex Role Inventory (BSRI
) classified individuals into categories, viz., masculine, feminine, androgynous and undifferentiated.
Participants were asked to rate their father/son using the BSRI
Tous les 35 attributs, hormis la composition des categories (masculine, feminine, neutre) ont ete pris de l'Inventaire des Roles de genre (BSRI
With Bem Sex Role Inventory (BSRI
), "androgyny" and "undifferentiated" classifications have been added as gender roles.
The Turkish versions of the Bem Sex-Role Inventory (BSRI
; Bem, 1974) and the Sexual Knowledge and Attitude Test for Adolescents (SKAT-A; Fullard, Johnston, & Lief, 1998) were used to collect data.
AWS and Bern Sex Role Inventory (BSRI
) were administered to Turkish college students.
The Bern Sex-Role Inventory (BSRI
) and the Noctcaelador Inventory (NI) were used to investigate the differences between gender role groups for night-sky watching.