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Effects of Stereotype Threat on Low-Income Individuals
Research has found that stereotype threat can have a significant negative impact on the performance of stigmatized individuals. This study sought to determine the relationship between stereotype threat, self-efficacy, and ...
The Relationship between Childhood Gender Nonconformity and Adult Male Drive for Muscularity
Childhood Gender Nonconformity and the Adult Male Drive for MuscularityAbstractby Melanie Lynn Whetstine-Richel, Ph.D.Washington State UniversityMay 2013Chair: Brian W. McNeillThe purpose of this research was to assess the ...
Sex Differences in Morphine-Induced Antinociception and Reward Using a Chronic Inflammatory Pain Model in Rats
There is a species difference between rodents and humans in the sexual dimorphism of morphine analgesia. Women self-administer less morphine than men suggesting morphine produces greater analgesia in that sex. In contrast, ...