Report of the Task Force
on Sex Bias and Sex-Role
ANNETTE M. BRODSKY
JEAN HOLROYD * (American Psychological Association)
In July 1974, responding to requests by the American Psychological Association (APA) Committee on Women in Psychology, the Board of Professional Affairs established a task force to: (1) examine the extent and manner of sex bias and sex-role stereotyping in psychotherapeutic practice as they directly affect women as students, practitioners, and____________________
This study was authorized by the Board of Professional Affairs (BPA) of the American Psychological Association as an issue of sufficient concern to psychology at large to merit study; however, the report does not necessarily reflect the views of BPA or APA in general.