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020    9781124024318 
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040    UMI|cUMI 
100 1  Watkins, Kristy Lee 
245 14 The interrelationships among sex-role socialization, 
       perceived intimacy and relationship satisfaction 
300    94 p 
500    Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 48-06, 
       page: 3441 
500    Adviser: Linda Derscheid 
502    Thesis (M.S.)--Northern Illinois University, 2010 
520    The purpose of the current research study was to 
       investigate the interrelationship among sex-role 
       socialization, perceived intimacy, and relationship 
       satisfaction. The sample consisted of 189 females and 79 
       males, with a mean age of 30 years. The mean length of 
       relationship for the sample was 6 years. Sex-role 
       socialization was measured using the Bem Sex-Role 
       Inventory, perceived intimacy was measured using the 
       emotional subscale of the Personal Assessment of Intimacy 
       in Relationships Inventory, and relationship satisfaction 
       was measured using the total score of the Dyadic 
       Adjustment Scale. The results indicated that sex-role 
       socialization had no significant influence on perceived 
       intimacy or on relationship satisfaction. Findings 
       indicated a significant relationship between perceived 
       intimacy and relationship satisfaction. Implications and 
       directions for future research are discussed 
590    School code: 0162 
650  4 Psychology, Social 
650  4 Sociology, Individual and Family Studies 
650  4 Gender Studies 
690    0451 
690    0628 
690    0733 
710 2  Northern Illinois University.|bFamily, Consumer and 
       Nutrition Sciences 
773 0  |tMasters Abstracts International|g48-06 
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