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Effects of Coresidential Living on the Attitudes, Self-Image, and Role Expectations of College Women
ELIZABETH AUB REID
Am J Psychiatry 1974;131:551-554.
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Associate Psychiatrist, University Health Services, Harvard University, 75 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, Mass. 02138 and Associate, South House, Radcliffe College

1974, The American Psychiatric Association

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The author interviewed matched groups of college women to study the effects on women of coresidential dormitory life. As compared to those in all-women's dormitories, women in the coresidential setting were found to have more satisfying relationships with both men and women, higher self-esteem, conceptions of masculinity and femininity that were less stereotyped, and more egalitarian role expectations.

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