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PSYC 334 Psychology of Gender: Getting Started

Resources to assist your study of the psychology of gender

Journals

Understanding Journal Articles

How to read (and understand) a social science journal article

A useful guide made available by the ICPSR (Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research), a member organization that maintains and provides access to datasets for research and instruction.  Pepperdine Libraries is a member.

Interesting Books

Helpful Book

About PSYC 334 Psychology of Gender

This course provides an examination of the relationship between sex and gender and other psychological processes.  Topics include the biological and experiential foundations of gender roles, the formation of gender identity, and gender stereotypes.  An appreciation for diversity is an integral part of this course and will be addressed in the text, lectures, and video segments.

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