Research Topics Gender Psychology

Research Area/ Research Interest: Gender Psychology

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. Gender in psychology
  2. Psychology of gender
  3. The psychology of gender
  4. Women and gender: A feminist psychology
  5. The future of sex and gender in psychology: Five challenges to the gender binary.
  6. Subjectivity and method in psychology: Gender, meaning and science.
  7. Gender and social psychology
  8. Women and gender: A feminist psychology.
  9. Why feminism?: gender, psychology, politics
  10. The psychology of gender differences in religion: A review of empirical research
  11. The developmental social psychology of gender
  12. Making a difference: Psychology and the construction of gender
  13. The meaning of difference: Gender theory, postmodernism, and psychology.
  14. Toward a new psychology of gender: A reader
  15. Meta-analysis and the psychology of gender differences
  16. The social psychology of gender: How power and intimacy shape gender relations
  17. Handbook of the psychology of women and gender
  18. Feminist reconstructions in psychology: Narrative, gender, and performance
  19. A new psychology of women: Gender, culture, and ethnicity
  20. The new psychology of men.
  21. Resisting gender: Twenty-five years of feminist psychology.
  22. The his and hers of prosocial behavior: an examination of the social psychology of gender.
  23. Gender, justice, and the psychology of entitlement.
  24. Sex typing and gender ideology: Two facets of the individual’s gender psychology that go together.
  25. Imperfect reflections of reality: Psychology constructs gender
  26. Regarding Gender: Essentialism, Constructionism, and Feminist Psychology
  27. The social psychology of collective action: Identity, injustice and gender
  28. Gendered situations, gendered selves: A gender lens on social psychology
  29. Gender development
  30. Women, gender, and social psychology
  31. Feminism and psychology: analysis of a half-century of research on women and gender.
  32. Social dominance orientation and the political psychology of gender: A case of invariance?
  33. Research in the psychology of men and masculinity using the gender role strain paradigm as a framework.
  34. Effects of gender and sexual orientation on evolutionarily relevant aspects of human mating psychology.
  35. Passionate men, emotional women: Psychology constructs gender difference in the late 19th century.
  36. Psychology reconstructs the female 1968–1988
  37. Cisgenderism in psychology: Pathologising and misgendering children from 1999 to 2008
  38. Social dominance orientation, anti‐egalitarianism and the political psychology of gender: An extension and cross‐cultural replication
  39. No man is an island: Toward a new psychoanalytic psychology of men.
  40. Gender and geographical disparity in editorial boards of journals in psychology and neuroscience
  41. Gendered perspectives in psychology: Immigrant origin youth
  42. Sex and gender
  43. III. Clinical Psychology: Theory: Making Gender Visible in Clinical Psychology
  44. Virtue, sex, and gender: Some philosophical reflections on the moral psychology debate
  45. Deconstructing feminist psychology
  46. Emotion and gender: Constructing meaning from memory.
  47. Disappearances, silences, and anxious rhetoric: Gender in abnormal psychology textbooks.
  48. Sex, gender identity, gender role attitudes, and consumer behavior
  49. The nature–nurture debates: 25 years of challenges in understanding the psychology of gender
  50. Gender, stress, and health.
  51. Gender as a social category.
  52. Learning approaches: Examination type, discipline of study, and gender
  53. Including transgender issues in lesbian, gay, and bisexual psychology: Implications for clinical practice and training.
  54. The effect of priming gender roles on women’s implicit gender beliefs and career aspirations
  55. Beyond the masks: Race, gender and subjectivity
  56. Are parents’ gender schemas related to their children’s gender-related cognitions? A meta-analysis.
  57. Value priorities and gender
  58. Needed concepts in the study of gender identity
  59. Women and men in organizations: Sex and gender issues at work
  60. How large are gender differences in aggression? A developmental meta-analysis.
  61. Cultural psychology: Essays on comparative human development.
  62. Gender schema theory and its implications for child development: Raising gender-aschematic children in a gender-schematic society
  63. Gender: Stereotypes and roles
  64. Communicating gender
  65. A psychology of human strengths: Fundamental questions and future directions for a positive psychology.
  66. Evolutionary psychology and feminism
  67. Highly confident but wrong: Gender differences and similarities in confidence judgments.
  68. A multivariate model of gender differences in adolescents’ internalizing and externalizing problems.
  69. Gender differences in the propensity to initiate negotiations
  70. Prejudice at the nexus of race and gender: an outgroup male target hypothesis.
  71. Stress and the graduate psychology student
  72. Feminist transformations of/despite psychology
  73. Marital quality and gender differences in parent-child interaction.
  74. Gender differences in negotiation outcome: A meta‐analysis
  75. Gender identity: a multidimensional analysis with implications for psychosocial adjustment.
  76. Revisiting gender differences: What we know and what lies ahead
  77. Gender and motivation
  78. Cyberbullying in schools: A research of gender differences
  79. The influence of sex stereotypes and gender roles on participation and performance in sport and exercise: Review and future directions
  80. Early vocabulary growth: relation to language input and gender.
  81. Gender similarities and differences
  82. Gender, control, and interaction
  83. Gender differences in risk behaviour in financial decision-making: An experimental analysis
  84. Gender, racial, ethnic, sexual, and class identities
  85. Gender in medical encounters: an analysis of physician and patient communication in a primary care setting.
  86. Gender labeling, gender stereotyping, and parenting behaviors.
  87. The emergence of gender difference in depressed mood during adolescence: the role of intensified gender socialization.
  88. Long-term marriage: age, gender, and satisfaction.
  89. Uncovering the role of gender stereotypes in speech perception
  90. Gender: An ethnomethodological approach
  91. Moderators of gender effects on parents’ talk to their children: a meta-analysis.
  92. Determinants of individual differences and gender differences in knowledge.
  93. Gender-related traits and gender ideology: evidence for a multifactorial theory.
  94. Student evaluations of college instructors: Effects of type of course taught, instructor gender and gender role, and student gender.
  95. The acquisition of gender labels in infancy: implications for gender-typed play.
  96. “Good Girls” gender, social class, and slut discourse on campus
  97. The influence of spatial ability on gender differences in mathematics college entrance test scores across diverse samples.
  98. Gender differences in eating behavior and body weight regulation.
  99. Influences of gender and sex role orientation on help-seeking attitudes
  100. Doing science, doing gender: Using history in the present.
  101. Gender labeling and the adoption of sex-typed behaviors.
  102. A follow-up study of girls with gender identity disorder.
  103. Gender identity and material symbols: Objects and decision considerations in impulse purchases
  104. Psychology: media and research update
  105. Gender differences in seff-perceptions: Convergent evidence from three measures of accuracy and bias
  106. Job and life satisfaction: A reevaluation of the strength of the relationship and gender effects as a function of the date of the study.
  107. Gender matters, too: the influences of school racial discrimination and racial identity on academic engagement outcomes among African American adolescents.
  108. Thinking critically about research on sex and gender
  109. Depressive symptoms and marital satisfaction: within-subject associations and the moderating effects of gender and neuroticism.
  110. Perspective taking and empathic concern in adolescence: gender differences in developmental changes.
  111. A qualitative approach to intersectional microaggressions: Understanding influences of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and religion.
  112. Girls’ math performance under stereotype threat: The moderating role of mothers’ gender stereotypes.
  113. The times they are a-changing… or are they not? A comparison of gender stereotypes, 1983–2014
  114. Gender differences in extraversion, neuroticism, and psychoticism in 37 nations
  115. Age and gender differences in self-esteem—A cross-cultural window.
  116. Sexual orientation and childhood gender nonconformity: evidence from home videos.
  117. Gender, interaction, and delinquency: Testing a theory of differential social control
  118. The role of gender and taste class in the effects of stress on eating.
  119. Toward a new psychology of women
  120. Gender comparisons of mathematics attitudes and affect: A meta-analysis
  121. The” normal” victim: The effects of gender stereotypes on reactions to victims
  122. Gender-role attitudes and behavior across the transition to parenthood.
  123. Predicting stability and change in toddler behavior problems: contributions of maternal behavior and child gender.
  124. Man and woman, boy and girl: Differentiation and dimorphism of gender identity from conception to maturity.
  125. Labels and explanations in mother–child emotion talk: Age and gender differentiation.
  126. Gender and double standards in the assessment of job applicants
  127. Gender role, gender-role conflict, and psychological well-being in men.
  128. Gender gap in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM): Current knowledge, implications for practice, policy, and future directions
  129. Paving an alternative route: Gender differences in managerial networks
  130. Talking difference: On gender and language
  131. Gender, language, and influence.
  132. Gender, strategies, and contributions to public goods
  133. Mediators of gender differences in mathematics college entrance test scores: A comparison of spatial skills with internalized beliefs and anxieties.
  134. Gender and computers: Understanding the digital divide
  135. Students’ perceptions of classroom activities: are there grade-level and gender differences?
  136. Gender and depression in men.
  137. When what you know is not enough: Expertise and gender dynamics in task groups
  138. Stereotypes of young and old: Does age outweigh gender?
  139. Gender differences in masking negative emotions: Ability or motivation?
  140. Gender differences in facial reactions to facial expressions
  141. Effects of gender and sex role orientation on help-seeking attitudes
  142. Engagement in gender normative versus nonnormative forms of aggression: Links to social–psychological adjustment.
  143. Stereotypes about gender and science: Women≠ scientists
  144. Gender stereotypes
  145. Processes and content of narrative identity development in adolescence: Gender and well-being.
  146. Looking beyond numbers: The effects of gender status, job prestige, and occupational gender-typing on tokenism processes
  147. If the man says you must sit, then you must sit’: The relational construction of woman abuse: Gender, subjectivity and violence
  148. Trajectories of externalizing behavior from age 2 to age 9: relations with gender, temperament, ethnicity, parenting, and rater.
  149. Pubertal transition, stressful life events, and the emergence of gender differences in adolescent depressive symptoms.
  150. Is the gap more than gender? A longitudinal analysis of gender, gender role orientation, and earnings.
  151. Framing, gender and tax compliance
  152. Teachers’ perceptions of their relationships with students: Effects of child age, gender, and ethnicity of teachers and children.
  153. A meta-analytic review of gender variations in children’s language use: talkativeness, affiliative speech, and assertive speech.
  154. Gender differences in social support and physical health.
  155. Relational aggression, gender, and peer acceptance: invariance across culture, stability over time, and concordance among informants.
  156. Gender differences in job satisfaction
  157. Age and gender differences in ability emotional intelligence in adults: A cross-sectional study.
  158. Gender differences in the relationship between empathy and forgiveness
  159. Effects of gender in social control of smoking cessation.
  160. Level of voice among female and male high school students: Relational context, support, and gender orientation.
  161. Math and science attitudes and achievement at the intersection of gender and ethnicity
  162. Patterns of gender development
  163. Self-presentation and gender on MySpace
  164. When men break the gender rules: status incongruity and backlash against modest men.
  165. Pluralistic ignorance and college student perceptions of gender-specific alcohol norms.
  166. Gender differences in tobacco use.
  167. Gender differences in concern with body weight and physical appearance over the life span
  168. Gender, power and resistance to change among two communities in the Western Cape, South Africa
  169. Gender-specific misperceptions of college student drinking norms.
  170. A cross-national study on the relations among prosocial moral reasoning, gender role orientations, and prosocial behaviors.
  171. Gender differences in intimate partner violence outcomes.
  172. Gender differences in emotional expressivity and self-regulation during early infancy.
  173. Gender identity, self-esteem, and physical and sexual abuse in dating relationships
  174. Gender stereotypes and attitudes toward women and men
  175. Gender differences in self-concept among children and adolescents: A meta-analysis of multidimensional studies.
  176. Penalties for success: reactions to women who succeed at male gender-typed tasks.
  177. Gender differences in domain-specific self-esteem: A meta-analysis
  178. Gender and the meaning of difference
  179. Rolling with the changes: A role congruity perspective on gender norms
  180. Gender differences in sport involvement: Applying the Eccles’ expectancy-value model
  181. 14 Science, Practice, and Gender Roles in Early American Child Psychology
  182. A gender analysis of theories of coping with stress
  183. Gender differences in alexithymia.
  184. Do gender and racial differences between patient and therapist affect therapeutic alliance and treatment retention in adolescents?
  185. Not just weapons of the weak: Gender harassment as a form of protest for army men
  186. Gender and letters of recommendation for academia: agentic and communal differences.
  187. The relationship between gender-based victimization and suicide attempts in transgender people.
  188. Gender-specific pathways between maternal depressive symptoms, family discord, and adolescent adjustment.
  189. Rational versus gender role explanations for work-family conflict.
  190. Situating the self: Gender, community, and postmodernism in contemporary ethics
  191. Seeing is believing: Exposure to counterstereotypic women leaders and its effect on the malleability of automatic gender stereotyping
  192. Developmental aspects of gender role flexibility and traditionality in middle childhood and adolescence.
  193. Gender differences in beliefs and achievement: A cross-cultural study.
  194. Resilience in the study of minority stress and health of sexual and gender minorities.
  195. Gender differences in touch: An empirical and theoretical review.
  196. Interaction between conduct disorder and its comorbid conditions: Effects of age and gender
  197. Gender and the emergence of leaders: A meta-analysis.
  198. An intersectional analysis of gender and ethnic stereotypes: Testing three hypotheses
  199. Ethnicity and gender in late childhood and early adolescence: group identity and awareness of bias.
  200. Bad but bold: Ambivalent attitudes toward men predict gender inequality in 16 nations.
  201. Childhood Gender Roles: Social Context and
  202. Gender-sensitive recommendations for assessment and treatment of depression in men.
  203. The interaction of experiential and situational factors and gender in a simulated risky decision-making task
  204. A meta-analytic review of gender differences in perceptions of sexual harassment.
  205. Age and the gender gap in the sense of personal control
  206. A gender‐role perspective of coping and burnout
  207. Sexual orientation and gender as factors in socioculturally acquired vulnerability to body dissatisfaction and eating disorders.
  208. Boys’ and girls’ preferences for musical instruments: A function of gender?
  209. Couples’ work/retirement transitions, gender, and marital quality
  210. Gender differences in physical aggression: A prospective population-based survey of children before and after 2 years of age.
  211. Perception of human ecology: cross-cultural and gender comparisons
  212. Gender differences in adjustment to bereavement: An empirical and theoretical review
  213. How investment in gender ideals affects well-being: The role of external contingencies of self-worth
  214. Children’s use of gender-related information in making social judgments.
  215. A meta-analytic review of gender variations in adults’ language use: Talkativeness, affiliative speech, and assertive speech
  216. Gender stereotypes during adolescence: Developmental changes and the transition to junior high school.
  217. Predicting gender from electronic discourse
  218. Women, but not men, are what they eat: The effect of meal size and gender on perceived femininity and masculinity
  219. Gender identity, sex, and school performance
  220. Parenting practices as predictors of substance use, delinquency, and aggression among urban minority youth: moderating effects of family structure and gender.
  221. Male gender role conflict and willingness to seek counseling: Testing a mediation model on college-aged men.
  222. Exposure to benevolent sexism and complementary gender stereotypes: consequences for specific and diffuse forms of system justification.
  223. Measurement invariance of big-five factors over the life span: ESEM tests of gender, age, plasticity, maturity, and la dolce vita effects.
  224. Gender differences in writing motivation and achievement of middle school students: A function of gender orientation?
  225. Male gender role conflict: Psychometric issues and relations to psychological distress.
  226. Epidemiology of sleep: Age, gender, and ethnicity
  227. Reconsidering the impact of gender stereotypes on the advancement of women in organizations
  228. Women’s emotional responses to the pervasiveness of gender discrimination
  229. Mothers, single women and sluts: Gender, morality and membership categorization in neighbour disputes
  230. Gender egalitarianism and work–life balance for managers: Multisource perspectives in 36 countries
  231. Gender and the physiognomy of dominance and attractiveness
  232. Rough and tumble play: A function of gender.
  233. Brave men and timid women? A review of the gender differences in fear and anxiety
  234. Doing gender in the bedroom: Investing in gender norms and the sexual experience
  235. Depression from childhood into late adolescence: Influence of gender, development, genetic susceptibility, and peer stress.
  236. An experimental investigation of infant social referencing: Mothers’ messages and gender differences.
  237. Gender and perceptions of leadership effectiveness: A meta-analysis of contextual moderators.
  238. Gender differences in the relationship between perceived social support and student adjustment during early adolescence.
  239. Identity structures and psychological well-being: Gender and marital status comparisons
  240. “Someone like me can be successful”: Do college students need same-gender role models?
  241. Gender differences in vocal accommodation: The role of perception
  242. All STEM fields are not created equal: People and things interests explain gender disparities across STEM fields
  243. Gender stereotypes in the workplace: Obstacles to women’s career progress
  244. Marital conflict, gender, and children’s appraisals and coping efficacy as mediators of child adjustment.
  245. Gender differences in self-reported posttraumatic growth: A meta-analysis
  246. Gender and orientations toward the future: Links to motivation
  247. Emotional labor, burnout, and inauthenticity: Does gender matter?
  248. Mental health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and heterosexual siblings: effects of gender, sexual orientation, and family.
  249. Gender differences in personality across the ten aspects of the Big Five
  250. Gender and entrepreneurship: a review and process model
  251. The gender gap on Wall Street: an empirical analysis of confidence in investment decision making
  252. Gender-stereotypic images of occupations correspond to the sex segregation of employment
  253. An invariant dimensional liability model of gender differences in mental disorder prevalence: evidence from a national sample.
  254. Gender belief systems: Homosexuality and the implicit inversion theory
  255. Gender differences in interaction style and influence.
  256. The gender stereotyping of emotions
  257. Making the grade but feeling distressed: Gender differences in academic performance and internal distress.
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