Comparison of aggressive behavior between men and women in sport

Lenzi, Alessandro; Bianco, Ilaria
February 1997
Perceptual & Motor Skills;Feb97, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p139
Academic Journal
Compares the correlation of aggressiveness behavior between sports-minded men and women. Use of factor scores and total scores on Italian version of the Buss and Durkee questionnaire; Means of controlling aggressiveness; Need for conformity to cultural stereotypes.


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