Needs and Stress in Fraternity and Sorority Life: Evidence of Social and Behavioral Differences Among Sorority and Fraternity Members
The article provides an evidence-based overview of unique research on social and behavioral differences between self-identified sorority women and fraternity men in their need and stress behaviors as measured by the Birkman assessment. The data allow campus-based professionals to understand how they may approach educational programs differently for fraternity men and sorority women based on their social and behavioral differences. The differences between sorority women and fraternity men demonstrate how these populations may respond differently to educational programming because of the measured behavioral and social differences.
Serna, Gabriel Ph.D.; Wiese, Dawn Ph.D.; and Simo, Stephen Ph.D.
"Needs and Stress in Fraternity and Sorority Life: Evidence of Social and Behavioral Differences Among Sorority and Fraternity Members,"
Journal of Sorority and Fraternity Life Research and Practice: Vol. 14:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wm.edu/oracle/vol14/iss1/4