An analysis of the differences in self-concept of male and female monozygotic twins

Carolyn Levine1, Ben F. Eller1, Harold Whitmore1
1East Tennessee State University, United States
Cite this article:  Levine, C., Eller, B. F., & Whitmore, H. (1979). An analysis of the differences in self-concept of male and female monozygotic twins. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 7(1), 93-96.

Volume 7 Issue 1 | e244 | Published: February 1979 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1979.7.1.93

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Differences in the self-concept of male and female monozygotic twins were compared as measured by the Tennessee Self-Concept Scale. Forty sets of monozygotic twins (20 male, 20 female) were randomly selected for the study. Their responses were scored and the concept to assess differences in female and male scores. The results indicated that female monozygotic twins were more Student t test was computed for each of 11 categories of self-satisfied with their "total" self-concepts including the self-concept categories of identity, behavior, moral-ethical, personal, family and number of deviant scores, when compared with male monozygotic twins.
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