Inferences of sexual orientation and gender role based on clothing and posture

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This study investigated the effect of clothing, posture, and sex of subject on inferences concerning sexual orientation and gender role. Subjects were a convenience sample of 327 students. The study wa sa 2 (masculine/feminine clothing) X 2 (masculine/feminine posture) X2 (sex of subject) between subject experimental design. Perceptions of sexual orientation were measured by a single item anchored at one end by homosexual and the other end by not homosexual.

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Wiens, Paul A. (Paul Anthony) August 1992.

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This study investigated the effect of clothing, posture, and sex of subject on inferences concerning sexual orientation and gender role. Subjects were a convenience sample of 327 students. The study wa sa 2 (masculine/feminine clothing) X 2 (masculine/feminine posture) X2 (sex of subject) between subject experimental design. Perceptions of sexual orientation were measured by a single item anchored at one end by homosexual and the other end by not homosexual.

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Wiens, Paul A. (Paul Anthony). Inferences of sexual orientation and gender role based on clothing and posture, thesis or dissertation, August 1992; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc798196/: accessed May 27, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .