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Sex Differences in Attitude Towards Personal Past, Present, and Future

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Willy Lens

Psychologisch Instituut Ticnseslraat 102 3000 Leuven, BE
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Abstract

Horner (1970) and Fannes (1974) interpreted the higher frequency of fear of success among female students as the result of a conflict between the consequences of academic success and the feminine role. Based on this interpretation, the expectation was formulated that female students will have a less positive attitude towards their personal present and future than their male colleagues The results did not confirm the expectation. The attitude towards the present, past, and future is more positive among female then male college students.
How to Cite: Lens, W., 1975. Sex Differences in Attitude Towards Personal Past, Present, and Future. Psychologica Belgica, 15(1), pp.29–33. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.567
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Published on 01 Jan 1975.
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