The Attributional Processes Association with Sex-Role Stereotyping

Kinicki, Angelo J.; Griffeth, Rodger W.
August 1983
Academy of Management Proceedings (00650668);1983, p392
Conference Proceeding
While controlling for methodological problems of previous research, the present study reexamined the issues regarding the interaction of sex-role stereotypes and sex-linked tasks on causal attributions. Although several significance main effects and interactions were found, the results failed to support the earlier research findings of sex-role stereotypes.


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