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Do men base their self-worth on relationships less than do women? In an assessment of lay beliefs, men and women alike indicated that men are less reliant on relationships as a source of self-worth than are women Study 1. Yet relationships may make a different important contribution to the self-esteem of men.
Men reported basing their self-esteem on their own relationship status whether or not they were in a relationship more than did women, and this link was statistically mediated by the perceived importance of relationships as a source of social standing Studies 1 and 2. Finally, when relationship status was threatened, men displayed increased social-standing concerns, whereas women displayed increased interdependence concerns Study 3.
Together, these findings demonstrate that both men and women rely on relationships for self-worth, but that they derive self-esteem from relationships in different ways. Keywords: interpersonal relationships; self-esteem; sex differences. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!
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