Masculinity-femininity as a national characteristic and its relationship with national agoraphobic fear levels: Fodor's sex role hypothesis revitalized

W. A. Arrindell, Martin Eisemann, Jörg O. Richter, Tian P.S. Oei, Vicente E. Caballo, Jan Van der Ende, Ezio Sanavio, Nuri Bagés, Lya Feldman, B. árbara Torres, Claudio Sica, Saburo Iwawaki, Chryse Hatzichristou, G. Aguilar, R. Bentall, K. R. Bridges, A. Buchanan, M. G. Calvo, G. Canalda, J. CastroR. Crozier, M. Davis, R. J. Edelmann, R. J. Farrer, W. Frindte, A. Furnham, T. Gärling, P. Gaszner, R. Gillholm, M. Gustafsson, S. B. Hansson, P. Harris, B. L. Hudson, M. Johnston, J. Kállai, E. Kasielke, J. Kenardy, C. C. Leong, A. Liddell, I. Montgomery, D. L. Palenzuela, D. Pennington, M. Peter, M. J. Pickersgill, L. A. Recinos, J. C. Richards, O. Rydén, M. A. Simón, M. Surman, F. Zaldívar

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