Differences in the predictors of men’s and women’s desire to marry
Midwestern Psychological Association
Never-married men and women (N = 406) completed measures of self-consciousness, attitudes toward women, and the desire to marry. Women expressed a greater desire to marry than did men. More conservative, White, and more anxious women were more motivated to marry, and to use names and titles that indicated marital status.
Judith Elaine Blakemore, Carol Lawton, and Lesa Vartanian (2004).
Differences in the predictors of men’s and women’s desire to marry. Presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
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