HOMOSEXUALS' AND LESBIANS' PHILOSOPHIES OF HUMAN NATURE
Abstract:The study compares 57 homosexuals and 45 lesbians on six dimensions of beliefs about human nature. On only one dimension, altruism – selfishness, was a significant difference found. While there are no similar studies of the comparison of attitudes and values, the findings are consistent with the few personality studies which likewise reported no differences between homosexuals and lesbians.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1987
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