Table S5.

Size (Cohen’s d) of the sex/gender differences in the gender characteristics included in the three analyses

No. of column in figureName of variableNumber of items comprising the variableCronbach’s αCohen’s d
MADICS
 1Expectations for sexual discrimination30.680.57
 2Communication with mother50.850.47
 3Worries about weight40.910.78
 4Masculine self-esteem30.68−0.72
 5Communication with peers60.840.44
 6Problem behavior140.69−0.43
 7Gender-related attitudes170.560.65
ADD Health
 1Perceived weight10.44
 2Depression110.800.41
 3Modified BEM femininity120.900.52
 4Delinquency120.70−0.43
 5Impulsivity90.87−0.57
 6Gambling1−0.47
 7House work20.69*0.57
 8Engagement in sports60.68−0.47
Carothers and Reis
 1Boxing1−1.17
 2Construction1−1.18
 3Playing golf1−1.01
 4Playing video games1−1.12
 5Scrapbooking11.70
 6Taking a bath11.01
 7Talking on the phone11.11
 8Watching porn1−1.09
 9Watching talk shows11.41
 10Cosmetics12.17
  • Positive values of Cohen’s d indicate that the average in females is larger than in males.

  • * Pearson correlation.