Apr 20, 2013 at 03:53PM EDT
As for the BSRI, when I took it in college, I had a different scoring that classified each person instead of giving them a score. I think the one I just took was the same as the one you took :D
Disclaimer: Don’t take a person with a psych bachelor’s degree too seriously on . We remember some things, but evaluating most assessments. I’m not a Ph.D. for a reason. Haha.
From what I know of Bem, those who scored high in androgynous traits (or had a lot of feminine and masculine traits) would be able to do well in more arenas than those with an unbalanced amount of masculine or feminine traits. I think she was of the belief that each set of traits offered benefits, and simply, having access to all of those traits allows a person to use the appropriate combination of traits whenever needed. So comparing your scores to mine: 62.5 masculine, 65 feminine, 58.333 androgynous
I’d say that you’re closer to “undifferentiated” than I am according to this test, but since you’re not scoring very low on any scale, I’d say “moderately androgynous” probably suits us both fairly well.
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