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11 housework tasks absolute and proportional associated with psychological average Barnett Blair & Johnson Center for Research control tasks couples spend significantly division of household dual-earner couples spend employed married women female tasks gender gap high-control and low-control high-control housework tasks high-control tasks hours in paid hours per week hours spent household income household labor husbands hypothesized job control Low-Control Household Tasks low-control housework tasks low-control tasks Marital quality mental-health number of hours occupational prestige paid employment paired-t test indicated parent status performance of housework Perry-Jenkins Pleck Proportional hours psychological distress Radcliffe College related to distress related to psychological Research on Women scale significant p_ 001 significantly related spent in high-control spent in housework spent in low-control statistically significant p_ tasks and distress tasks and psychological three-way interaction term traditional or non-traditional two-way interaction terms U.S. Census unpaid housework variable Wellesley College women in dual-earner