عنوان مقاله [English]
Gender stereotypes have a decisive role in shaping human attitudes toward the capabilities of mens and womens frome a long time ago, and in particular the differences between these two gender. But often the data and results of scientific research are in contrast to what gender stereotypes have taught usThe purpose of this study was to compare the gender stereotypes of superior thinking in men and feelings among women among students. The present research is a descriptive and comparative study. The statistical population included 12,000 students of Islamic Azad University. 370 people were selected as sample size by stratified random sampling. The Tools used in this study were the Spence-specific personal characteristics questionnaire (PAQ) and the Myers-Briggs Species Questionnaire (MBTI). Research data were analyzed at two levels of descriptive and inferential using SPSS software and the independent test and covariance analysis. The findings of this research include: There is a significant difference between male and female students in the functions of thinking and feeling. Female students have higher scores on feelings and male students have higher scores in the function of thinking. There was no significant difference between male and female students in the functions of intuition and thinking. So, it can be concluded from the research findings that womens in choose between thinking and feeling often prefer valuation through feeling.