This study investigated the Gender Role Conflict Scale-Adolescent Version
(GRCS-A) and its relationship with the Gender Role Conflict Scale (GRCS),
the measure from which it was adapted. Significant correlations between the
adult and adolescent versions provided support for the concurrent validity of
the GRCS-A. Further analyses revealed that two other measures of male masculinity,
the Adolescent Masculinity Ideology in Relationships Scale (AMIRS)
and Male Role Attitudes Scale (MRAS), are also significantly related to the
GRCS-A. Implications for future research and clinical use are discussed.