Gender, Emotion, and the Family

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Index
Activity levels, 5; gender differences in, 130, 132-134; genetics of, 133; and immaturity, 141; parental responses to, 133-134,141-142,175
Affect Intensity Measure (AIM): gender differences in, 29; relation to other measures, 30-31
Affection, 44, 79, 86, 205, 223. See also Warmth
Affective Communication Test (ACT), 49
AFFEX (System for Identifying Affect Expression by Holistic Judgment), 38, 42
Agency, 210-212
Aggression: in boys' play, 246, 248; conditioning of, 75-76; and control, 209; cultural differences in, 52-53, 223; definition of, 50; display rules for, 234; environmental influences on, 108, 143, 173; fathers' role in, 178; gender differences in, 49, 50-54, 84, 108, 143; gender of targets, 53-54; health effects of, 278; and hormones, 107-111; and individuation, 152; and limbic seizures, 28, 266; media depictions of, 236-237; in mixed-sex play, 252; peers' reactions to, 246; and power differences, 219; and provider roles, 223-224; television influences on, 239, 240. See also Anger; Relational aggression; Testosterone
Alexithymia, 68
Amygdala, 118, 123. See also Limbic system
Anger: appraisals of, 24; in boys' play, 248-249; comfort with, 272-273; and control, 208; cultural differences in, 145-146; developmental patterns, 84-86; display rules for, 4; distressed families' expressions of, 271-272; facial expressions of, 84; in father-son
relationships, 134; functions of, 3; gender differences in, 1, 56, 63, 79, 81-86; gender of targets, 80; in girls' play, 250; health effects of, 267-278; historical trends in, 242-243; and individualism, 242; inhibition of, 266; in marital relationships, 83; measures of, 82; peers' reactions to, 245; and physiological reactivity, 63, 73-74, 260-261, 267; power influences on, 215-216; situations evoking, 225; and social competence, 268; socialization of, 142-143; stereotypes, 81-82; suppression of, 74; vocal expressions of, 47, 83-84, 268. See also Aggression; Relational aggression
Anger Expression Scale, 49
Appraisal Theories, 23-24
Arousability: gender differences in, 5, 130, 134-137; parents' responses to, 136-137, 141-142; and play patterns, 257. See also Arousal levels; Physiological arousal
Arousal levels, 5, 134-137, 141, 175. See also Arousability; Physiological arousal
Arousal model, 68-69, 70
Assiter, A., 11
Attitudes Toward Women Scale, 9
Autonomy, 150-151, 152, 168-169, 173-174, 210. See also De-identification; Differentiation
Biological development, as affected by environment, 3, 23-25, 103-105, 127
Birth order, effect on family interaction, 154-155
Block Child Rearing Practices Report, 9
Boundary permeability, 149-151, 160-169, 174-176, 176, 232; in fathers, 188-193. See also Chodorow, N.

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