BERN SEX ROLE INVENTORY (BSRI)

n. a self-administered test on masculinity and femininity which rates your personal traits on a scale of 1 to 7. There are 60 traits considered in all, and these are characteristically masculine or feminine. First developed by U.S. psychologist Sandra Bern (1944- ),

BERN SEX ROLE INVENTORY (BSRI): "The Bern Sex Role Inventory (BSRI) is a test wherein the subjects evaluate themselves in 60 traits which are definitely masculine or feminine."
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