GENDER BIAS IN THE INTERPRETATION OF AMBIGUOUS PROVOCATION SITUATIONS
Children were read five stories in which a same-sex peer caused an act of instrumental aggression, but the harmdoer's intent was unclear. Responses to follow-up questions were coded in terms of whether male or female pronouns were used to describe the harmdoer. Results suggest that there may be a gender bias in the interpretation of ambiguous provocation situations.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1999-01-01
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