Below are six research models related to GRC and the references where you can obtain more information on what they mean.

Published Research Models and GRC

O’Neil, J.M., Good, G.E. & Holmes, S.E. (1995). Fifteen years of theory and research on men’s gender role conflict: New paradigms for empirical research.  In R. Levant & W. Pollack (Eds.), A New Psychology of Men. New York: Basic Books.

O’Neil, J.M. (2008). Summarizing twenty-five years of research on men’s gender role conflict using the Gender Role Conflict Scale: New research paradigms and clinical implications. The Counseling Psychologist. 36, 358-445.

O’Neil, J.M. (2008). Men’ gender role conflict: 25 year research summary (Special Issue). The Counseling Psychologist, 36, 358-476.

O’Neil, J.M. (2015). Four contextual paradigms for gender role conflict research. In J.M. O’Neil, Men’s gender role conflict: Psychological costs, consequences, and an agenda for change, pp 165-206. Washington, D.C. APA Books.

O’Neil, J.M. & Denke, R. (2015). An Empirical review of the gender role conflict research: New conceptual models and research paradigms. In J. Wong and S. Wester (Eds.) APA Handbook of the Psychology of Men and Masculinities. (pp 51-80), Washington, D.C.: APA Books.

 

 

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