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    role of gender-based stereotypes (see Nassar-McMillan, Wyer, Oliver-Hoyo, & Schneider, 2011). While these contributions serve to inform the current study, this study aims to better understand the intersections of race and gender, and how these identities

  • Coping with stereotype threat: Multiple identities and the role of gender …

    Coping with stereotype threat: Multiple identities and the role of gender-professional identity integration (G-PII) Amy Jia Ying LIM Singapore Management University, [email protected] .sg Follow this and additional works at: https://ink.library.smu

  • Unhealthy Interactions: The Role of Stereotype Threat in …

    Several experiments have shown that the effects of stereotype threat on performance can be reduced or eliminated when individuals are aware of highly competent role models from their own gender or racial group (e.g., Barack Obama, women who excel in math).

  • The Role of Gender Identity on the Effects of Stereotype Threat: …

    The Role of Gender Identity on the Effects of Stereotype Threat: An Examination of Math Performance in a Single- Middle School As early as 1st grade, many report that boys are better at math than (Ambady,

  • Self-Stereotyping in the Context of Multiple Social Identities

    ing to the relative salience of the two social identities typically important in contemporary American society: gender and eth-nicity. In addition to providing the first experimental evidence of self-stereotyping in the context of multiple social identities, we found

  • "The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience …

    An experiment was conducted to examine factors that moderate the experience of academic identity threat among college athletes who represent a stigmatized group on most college campuses (Yopyk & Prentice, 2005). It was hypothesized that because they are more engaged in academics, college athletes would be especially threatened by the prospect of confirming the "dumb-jock" stereotype. As ...

  • Stereotype threat, identity salience, and spatial …

     · What contributing role might the stereotype of visual–spatial inferiority play in this spatial reasoning gap? This stereotype is one facet of a more general cultural stereotype imputing inferior quantitative ability to women ( Fennema and Leder, 1990, Gallagher and Kaufman, 2005 ).

  • Frontiers | The Multiple Dimensions of Gender …

     · We used a multi-dimensional framework to assess current stereotypes of men and women. Specifically, we sought to determine (1) how men and women are characterized by male and raters, (2) how men and women characterize themselves, and (3) the degree of convergence between self-characterizations and charcterizations of one''s gender group. In an experimental study, 628 U.S. …

  • "THE ROLE OF GENDER IDENTITYAND STEREOTYPE …

    Recommended Citation Benson, Or''Shaundra Tre''Nay, "THE ROLE OF GENDER IDENTITYAND STEREOTYPE AWARENESS ON SEXUAL NEGOTIATIONS STRATEGIES FOR WOMEN" (2015). College of Science and Health Theses and Dissertations.120.

  • "Coping with stereotype threat: Multiple identities and …

    This paper examined the role of gender-professional identity integration (G-PII), an individual difference on perceived compatibility of gender and professional identities, in influencing how women cope with stereotype threat when a favorable identity is primed. Study 1 examined how professionals with varying levels of G-PII react to ...

  • Coping with stereotype threat: Multiple identities and the role of …

    Although the gender stereotype continues to hinder females'' abilities to succeed in STEM fields, a line of research demonstrating the use of multiple identities in coping with the aversive effects of stereotype threat provides an optimistic outlook for females involved

  • Gender, Work, and Stress: The Potential Impact of Role-Identity Salience …

    Gender, Work, and Stress 497 embeddedness. To summarize, commitment to a particular identity affects its salience and therefore the likelihood of acting in a way that confirms that identity. IDENTITY CONFIRMATION AND STRESS The idea that stress naturally

  • [PDF] The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype …

    As predicted, college athletes performed more poorly when their athletic and academic identities were explicitly linked, but only on moderately difficult test items. The results also revealed that male college athletes performed significantly better (see stereotype reactance and self-affirmation) on more difficult test items when only their athletic identity was primed prior to the test.

  • Stereotypes as Ideologies. The case of Gender Categories

    ween gender identities, underlying those theoretical criticisms, was recently con-firmed by Lorenzi-Cioldi (1988) in a series of experiments which showed that the masculine role orientation and model of behaviour overlaps the dominant conception of individuality

  • The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience …

     · One thought on " The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience With the Academic Performance " Kaitlyn says: July 3, 2013 at 8:59 am This is another article focused on athletic identity however, the focus included gender and primarily focused on ...

  • The role of gender identities and stereotype salience with …

     · Harrison, K. C., Stone, J., Shapiro, J., Yee, S., Boyd, J. A., & Rullan, V. (2009). The role of gender identities and stereotype salience with the academic performance of male and college athletes. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 33 (1), 78-96. https://doi /10.1177/0193723508328902

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     · The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience with Academic Performance of Male and College Athletes

  • Mortality Salience Effects on Gender Stereotype Attitudes and Sexism, and the Moderating Effect of Gender Role …

     · Abstract Mortality Salience Effects on Gender Stereotype Attitudes and Sexism, and the Moderating Effect of Gender Role Conflicts by Gary Leka MA, University of Texas – Pan American, 1998 BA, Pan American University, 1984 Dissertation Submitted in Partial

  • A Replication Attempt of Stereotype Susceptibility (): …

     · A second analysis tested the effects of identity salience on accuracy, but included only participants who were aware of the race and gender stereotypes (N = 127). With only this subset, we observed a significant difference between groups on accuracy, t (124) = 2.30, p = .02, η 2 = .04, 95% CI [.01, .17], and the means followed the predicted pattern, Asian ( M = .63), Control ( M = .55), and ...

  • "The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience …

    Keith Harrison. "The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience With the Academic Performance of Male and College Athletes" Journal of Sport and Society Vol. 33 Iss. 1 (2009) Available at:

  • Role Identities and Person Identities: Gender Identity, Mastery …

    Role Identities and Person Identities 131 understood in terms of counter-roles such that the role of male is understood as it contrasts with (Burke 1989). A role identity is the meaning attributed to the self while in a role; thus, gender identity is the meaning

  • Social Interactions and the Salience of Social Identity

    Social Interactions and the Salience of Social Identity Kendra N. McLeish University of Calgary Robert J. Oxoby University of Calgary and IZA Discussion Paper No. 3554 June 2008 IZA P.O. Box 7240 53072 Bonn Germany Phone: +49-228-3894-0 Fax: +49

  • The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience With …

     · The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience With the Academic Performance of Male and College Athletes C. Keith Harrison, Jeff Stone, Jenessa Shapiro, Sharon Yee, Jean A. Boyd, and Vashti Rullan

  • The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience With the …

    The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience With the Academic Performance of Male and College Athletes Keith Harrison,University of Central Florida Available at:https://works press /keith_harrison/7/

  • Gender Identity and Stereotyping in Early and Middle …

     · Gender Identity and Stereotyping in Early and Middle Childhood. 1. New York University New York USA. Without much effort, one can easily imagine a young , at age 3 or 4, happily wearing a pink, frilly dress. She twirls, she dances, she skips in her dress, reveling in its femininity and flounce. In the same vein, with great ease one can ...

  • Effects of Salient Multiple Identities on Women''s Performance Under Mathematics Stereotype …

    Stereotype Threat and Social Identities 705 membership, family, and other personal relation-ships. These multiple identities vary in the probabil-ity that each will become salient in different contexts (Turner, 1987). At some times, in some contexts, a woman might be

  • Stereotype Performance Boosts: The Impact of Self-Relevance and the Manner of Stereotype …

    Evidence regarding the role of self-relevance in producing such effects has been mixed. The authors propose that the subtlety of stereotype activation plays a key role in creating performance boosts among targets and nontargets of stereotypes. Study 1 found

  • What is the difference between gender role and gender …

    The primary difference between gender roles and gender identities is the locus by which they originate. Gender roles, defined as simply as possible, are the expectations a society places upon members of a certain gender in how they behave, present...

  • The role of gender identities and stereotype salience …

    The role of gender identities and stereotype salience with the academic performance of male and college athletes Keith C. Harrison, Jeff Stone, Jenessa Shapiro, Sharon Yee, …

  • The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience With …

     · One thought on " The Role of Gender Identities and Stereotype Salience With the Academic Performance " Kaitlyn says: July 3, 2013 at 8:59 am This is another article focused on athletic identity however, the focus included gender and primarily focused on ...

  • The Role of Gender Identity and Self-Construal Salience …

    The role of gender identity and self-construal salience in evaluations of male models Brett A. S. Martin & Juergen Gnoth Published online: 30 January 2009 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC 2009 Abstract This research examines how men react to male

  • Gender Identity, Gender Salience and Symbolic …

    Gender salience suggests that a gender-related self-concept has to be activated in order for gender identity to have a significant influence in a particular context (Palan 2001). Although everyone has a gender identity, the salience of this identity varies between people and across situations (Howard and Hollander 1997).

  • Stereotype threat, identity salience, and spatial reasoning

     · By late adolescence, the longstanding centrality of and ethnicity to one''s sense of self, combined with the stereotypical associations of these identities established during childhood ("Blacks aren''t as smart as Whites," "boys are better at math than

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    This research examined the impact of stereotype threat and identity salience on academic performance in male students at a highly-selective liberal arts college, as well as whether fear of negative evaluation and individuals'' perception of role conflict between athlete- and student-identities moderate this effect. In Study 1, seventy-seven student-athletes were recruited to participate in a ...

  • Stereotype threat, identity salience, and spatial …

    T1 - Stereotype threat, identity salience, and spatial reasoning. AU - McGlone, Matthew S. AU - Aronson, Joshua. PY - 2006/9. Y1 - 2006/9. N2 - Stereotype threat research provides insight into how the low standardized test scores of students from stigmatized social groups may derive in part from the negative performance expectations about these ...

  • Women, Men, and the Changing Role of Gender in Immigration

    gender roles and relations often shift in this process. At the same time, gender permeates many of the practices, identities, and institu-tions involved in the processes of immigration and assimilation. The goal of this re-search brief is to gain a better under

  • Can salience of gender identity impair math …

    Can the salience of gender identity affect the math performance of 7–8 year old ? Third-grade and boys were required to solve arthmetical problems of varied difficulty. Prior to the test, one half of the participants had their gender identity activated. Results ...

  • Background paper on the role of the judiciary in addressing the harmful gender stereotype…

    Gender stereotype is an overarching term that refers to a generalized view or preconception of attributes or characteristics possessed by, or the roles that are or …

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    The impact of stereotype threat on academic and athletic performance The impact of mentors (e.g., coaches, faculty, family) on student-athlete role identities The role of gender identities and stereotype salience with academic performance The impact of the

  • Social interactions and the salience of social identity

     · While other studies have explored the effects of salience on task performance (Shih et al., 1999, Spencer et al., 1999, Yopyk and Prentice, 2005) or the effect of laboratory created identities on interactions (Chen and Li, 2009, McLeish and Oxoby, 2007), we add

  • Frontiers | Counter-Stereotypes and Feminism Promote …

     · Although women who highly identify with other women are more susceptible to stereotype threat effects, women''s identification might associate with greater leadership aspirations contingent on (1) counter-stereotype salience and (2) feminist identification. When gender counter-stereotypes are salient, women''s identification should associate with greater leadership aspiration regardless of ...

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