Characteristics and psychological correlates of young adult men's and women's subjective age
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Adults — as in, people age 18 or older — now account for nearly 80 percent of sales of young adult titles, and men do indeed purchase fewer YA books than women, according to the most recent Nielsen figures, which the market research firm shared with Science of Us. Overall, Even if a significant number of men are reading YA , not many have been inclined to take to the internet to write about their love for the genre. Except, that is, for Aaron Bergh.
This research examined young adult men's and women's subjective perceptions of their age along several dimensions including how old they felt, looked, acted, desired to be, and thought they were regarded by others. The relationship between young adults' subjective age identities and other perceptions of the self were also examined. It was found that both men and women felt and believed that they acted and were regarded by others as older than their chronological age. On the other hand, same age identities were maintained along other age dimensions.