Type: Views on gender roles in general: gender hostile beliefs
Citation: Jacques-Tiura AJ, Abbey A, Parkhill MR, Zawacki T. Why do some men misperceive women's sexual intentions more frequently than others do? An application of the confluence model. Pers Soc Psychol Bull. 2007; 33(11): 1467-80.
Use of Scale: Measure, Develop/ validate
Level of Generality: General
# of Items Reported: 9
Theme: Gender/social norms, Violence
Region: North America
Urban / Rural: nr
Ethnicity: 57% Caucasian, 30% African American, 6% Arabic or Middle Eastern, 3% Asian or Pacific Islander, 2% Hispanic, 2% reported another ethnic background
Age Group: Adults only (18+)
Age Range: 19 to 48
# of Subscales: NR
Subscale Name(s): NR
Direction and Meaning:
Response Range: 7 point Likert type scale from 1 (strongly disagree) to 7 (strongly agree).
Internal Consistency: Cronbach's alpha: 0.80
Internal Consistency by Subgroup: NA
Test-retest Reliability: NA
Sample Items: Most women are sly and manipulating when they are out to attract a man.
- Most women are sly and manipulating when they are out to attract a man