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Measuring gender across cultures: Auster and Ohm (2000); Isaac and Shah (2004); Norvilitis and

Reid (2002); Ongen (2007); Ozkan and Lajunen (2006); Peng (2006); Sugihara and Katsurada

(2000); Sugihara and Warner (1999); Zhang et al. (2001). For a version of the BSRI tested for use in Mexico, see Lara-Cantu and Navarro-Arias (1987). For a version of the BSRI for use in China, see Qin and Yianjie (2003).

The ecological inference problem: Freedman (2001); Jargowsky (2005); King (1997).

Informant accuracy: Adams and Moody (2007); Bernard, Killworth et al. (1984); Calahan (1968); Dressler, Borges et al. (2005); Freeman et al. (1987); Godoy et al. (2008); Lapham et al. (2004); McPhee et al. (2002); Patten et al. (2002); Pescosolido and Wright (2003); Rocha (2005); Romney et al. (1986); Schwarz (1999); Sudman et al. (1996); Vadez et al. (2003); Woodside and Wilson (2002); Zimmerman et al. (2002).

Validity: Adams (1950); Hardesty and Bearden (2004); McKenzie et al. (1999); Mosier (1947); Nevo (1985); Sireci (1998).

Causal analysis in the social sciences: Blalock (1964, 1971); Lagnado et al. (2007); Marini and Singer (1988); Maxwell (2004); Rafferty (1998).

 
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