We are pleased that the thoughtful commentaries on Wood and Eagly’s (2015) review accepted our distinction between gender identity research involving personality traits and research involving self-categorization into female or male groups. Although Schmader and Block (2015) argued that self-categorization is the clearer, more fundamental approach, we maintain instead that gender identities encompass both explicit categorization of self and the less explicit endorsement of gender-typical traits. In essence, the trait and categorization analyses are two sides of the same gender identity coin. We also largely agree with Keener’s (2015) and Mehta’s (2015) illustrations of the highly multidimensional and contextualized nature of gender identity.
Sex Roles – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 2, 2015
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