Doctors Sandra and Darryl Bem, husband and wife and professors of psychology at Standford University, speaking at Stanford Alumni Weekend in May of 1971. The lecture deals with the pervasive effect of sex role conditioning which is primarily responsible for the fact that so few women emerge from childhood with the motivation to pursue careers other than the ones that are considered appropriate for women. Also broadcast on KPFT 2-8-1972.
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