Assessing Masculinity and Femininity, Without the Jingle or Jangle

Assessing Masculinity and Femininity, Without the Jingle or Jangle Sex Roles (2012) 66:149–151 DOI 10.1007/s11199-011-0062-x BOOK REVIEW Assessing Masculinity and Femininity, Without the Jingle or Jangle Masculinity and Femininity in the MMPI-2 and MMPI-A. By Hale Martin and Stephen E. Finn, Minneapolis, MN, University of Minnesota Press, 2010, 311 pp. $50.00 (hardback) ISBN:978-0-8166-2444-7 Steven V. Rouse Published online: 23 August 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011 More than a century ago, Thorndike (1904) introduced the structure of these traits (for example, whether masculinity and femininity define opposite ends of one continuum or concept of the Jingle Fallacy—that is, believing two tests measure the same characteristic simply because they share represent two entirely unrelated continua) and the best ways the same name. Rather than presuming that tests measure to define the traits (for example, whether masculinity and equivalent constructs, Thorndike urged test-users and femininity should be defined on the basis of person-on-the- researchers to refer to data in order to determine their street understanding, personality traits that differ between conceptual overlap. Years later, this admonition was men and women, or personality traits that differ between supplemented by the Jangle Fallacy, introduced by Kelley gay and straight males). Similarly, when faced with a wide (1927); just as problematic as the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Sex Roles Springer Journals

Assessing Masculinity and Femininity, Without the Jingle or Jangle

Sex Roles , Volume 66 (2) – Aug 23, 2011
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Copyright © 2011 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
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Psychology; Gender Studies; Medicine/Public Health, general; Sociology, general
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0360-0025
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10.1007/s11199-011-0062-x
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Sex Roles (2012) 66:149–151 DOI 10.1007/s11199-011-0062-x BOOK REVIEW Assessing Masculinity and Femininity, Without the Jingle or Jangle Masculinity and Femininity in the MMPI-2 and MMPI-A. By Hale Martin and Stephen E. Finn, Minneapolis, MN, University of Minnesota Press, 2010, 311 pp. $50.00 (hardback) ISBN:978-0-8166-2444-7 Steven V. Rouse Published online: 23 August 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011 More than a century ago, Thorndike (1904) introduced the structure of these traits (for example, whether masculinity and femininity define opposite ends of one continuum or concept of the Jingle Fallacy—that is, believing two tests measure the same characteristic simply because they share represent two entirely unrelated continua) and the best ways the same name. Rather than presuming that tests measure to define the traits (for example, whether masculinity and equivalent constructs, Thorndike urged test-users and femininity should be defined on the basis of person-on-the- researchers to refer to data in order to determine their street understanding, personality traits that differ between conceptual overlap. Years later, this admonition was men and women, or personality traits that differ between supplemented by the Jangle Fallacy, introduced by Kelley gay and straight males). Similarly, when faced with a wide (1927); just as problematic as the

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