Correction to: Half a Century of Stereotyping Associations Between Gender and Intellectual Ability in Films

Correction to: Sex Roles

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Word associations between gender pronouns and stereotyping roles. a Estimated associations between gender pronouns and stereotyping roles when analyzing films from 2010 up to and including 2016 for the full sample (n = 2902) and the family/animation subsample (n = 242). Asterisks indicate the results of log odds ratios statistical significance tests on the underlying contingency tables. b Time evolution of the estimated associations taking as input sets of films belonging to successive 10-year periods (1967–1976, 1977–1986, …, 2007–2016). Tendencies are estimated through LOESS regressions. Gray areas indicate that, according to log odds ratios statistical significance tests, differences are not significant at the 5% level. ***p < .001

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Gálvez, R.H., Tiffenberg, V. & Altszyler, E. Correction to: Half a Century of Stereotyping Associations Between Gender and Intellectual Ability in Films. Sex Roles (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-019-01034-y

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