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Male and Female Anglican Clergy: Gender Reversal On the 16Pf?

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Cattell's 16PF Questionnaire was completed by 441 male and 55 female Anglican clergy who attended residential ministry workshops over a period of ten years. A number of factors showed evidence of gender reversal. Contrary to the published norm expectations, female clergy were less outgoing, more assertive, more venturesome, less apprehensive, more socially controlled and less tense than male clergy. These findings are discussed in the light of clergy ministry. Suggestions are made for further research.


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