M-FMonday Through Friday
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* 95th Street Center, 2244 West 95th Street, 2nd floor (Open M-F: 8:30a.m.-5:00 p.m.)
POTOMAC NEWS, Manassas, Va., (M-F), 13,440; (-10.38%)BULLETIN, Norwich, Conn., (M-F), 22,418; (-10.59%)DAILY STAR, Hammond, La., E (M-F), 9,867; (-10.79%)PRESS, Bristol, Conn., E (M-Sat), 8,899; (-11.35%)LAKE COUNTY NEWS SUN, Waukegan, Ill., E (M-F), 18,580; (-11.73%)REPORTER TIMES, Martinsville, Ind., E (M-Sat), 5,184; (-12.40%)HERALD, New Britain, Conn., (M-Sat), 10,453; (-13.72%)TRANSCRIPT, Norman, Okla., (M-Sat), 13,243; (-14.11%)DAILY NEWS TRANSCRIPT, Dedham, Mass., (M-F), 3,947; (-19.78%)
Similarly, analyses of participants' judgments of fictitious people showed that participants weighed gender-typed hobbies more strongly than instrumentality and expressiveness when judging targets' M-F. All results converged to show that lay people's judgments of M-F are based more on information about gender-typed interests than on information about instrumentality or expressiveness.
"The pole vault with women has been doing very well," says M-F's Mark Strawderman.
The Wall Street Journal (M-F) 1,812,590 +20,138 (+1.1%) 2.