Femininity, depression and stress in college women

Elizabeth Brazelton1, Katherine Greene1, Malcolm Gynther1
1Auburn University, United States
Cite this article:  Brazelton, E., Greene, K., & Gynther, M. (1996). Femininity, depression and stress in college women. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 24(4), 329-334.

Volume 24 Issue 4 | e857 | Published: November 1996 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1996.24.4.329

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This study evaluated the relationships among femininity, depression, and stress. One hundred eighty-six college females were given the Beck Depression Inventory, the Behavioral Self-report of Femininity and the Psychological Distress Inventory. Positive correlations were found between femininity and depression. Lower femininity and lower depression scores tended to be associated with reports of high stress. Further work is needed to clarify the relationships among these important variables.
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