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Social Psychology. Social identity threat in interpersonal relationships: Activating negative stereotypes decreases social approach motivation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied , 25 , Stereotype threat-effects for Turkish-origin migrants in Germany: Taking stock of cumulative research evidence. European Educational Research Journal. Olsson, M. Does exposure to counterstereotypical role models influence girls' and women's gender stereotypes and career choices?
A review of social psychological research. Frontiers in Psychology. Smith, D. Stereotype threat in sport: Recommendations for applied practice and research. The Sport Psychologis t, 32 , Soltanpanah, J. A cross-cultural examination of the relationship between egalitarian gender role attitudes and life satisfaction. Sex Roles , 79 , 50— Bruckmueller, S.
Is higher inequality less legitimate?
Depends on who you frame it! British Journal of Social Psychology , 56 , — Martiny-Huenger, T. From conscious thought to automatic action: A simulation account of action planning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General , , Mok, S. The interaction of vertical collectivism and stereotype activation of the performance of Turkish-origin high school students. Learning and Individual Differences , 56 , Martiny S. Schall, M.
It ain't over 'til it's over: The effect of task completion on the savoring of success. Schuster, C. Mok S. Being smart or getting smarter: Implicit theory of intelligence moderates stereotype threat and stereotype lift effects. British Journal of Social Psychology , 55 , Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin , 42 , — Dealing with negative stereotypes in sports: The role of cognitive anxiety when multiple identities are activated in sensorimotor tasks.
Responses to success: Seeking pleasant experiences before a task is complete? Distracted by the unthought - Suppression and reappraisal of mind wandering under stereotype threat.
Martiny, Sarah – Psykologi | UiT
Effects of activating negative stereotypes about Turkish-origin students on performance and identity management in German high Schools. Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale , 27 , European Journal of Social Psychology , 44 , When a new group identity does harm on the spot: Stereotype threat in newly created groups.
The stereotypical computer scientist: Gendered media representations as a barrier to inclusion for women. Wang, J. Generational differences in vulnerability to identity denial: The role of group identification. Enduring influence of stereotypical computer science role models on women's academic aspirations.
When compliments fail to flatter: American individualism and responses to positive stereotypes. Understanding the paradox in math-related fields: Why do some gender gaps remain while others do not? Drury, B. When do female role models benefit women? The importance of differentiating recruitment from retention in STEM. Guendelman, M.
Fitting in but getting fat: Identity threat as an explanation for dietary decline among U. Classrooms matter: The design of virtual classrooms influences gender disparities in computer science classes. Model minority. New York: Routledge. Racial discrimination and mental health among Asian American youth. Leong, L. Juang, D. Santa Barbara: Greenwood. Explaining underrepresentation: A theory of precluded interest. Ambient belonging: How stereotypical cues impact gender participation in computer science. Kaiser, C. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45 , Adams, G.
Conceptual Analysis ARTICLE
Leong, A. Inman, A.
Ebreo, L. Master, A. Programming experience promotes higher STEM motivation among first-grade girls. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, , Social group membership increases STEM engagement among preschoolers. Siy, J. Prejudice masquerading as praise: The negative echo of positive stereotypes.
Computing whether she belongs: Stereotypes undermine girls' interest and sense of belonging in computer science. Schweinsberg, M. Jiang, L.
Warmth and competence stereotypes about immigrant groups in Germany
Blodorn, A. Understanding perceptions of racism in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: The roles of system and group justification. Motivation and identity. Miele Eds. New York: NY: Routledge. When Whites' attempts to be multicultural backfire in intergroup interactions. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 9 , Czopp, A. M, Kay, A. Positive stereotypes are pervasive and powerful. Manning up: Threatened men compensate by disavowing feminine preferences and embracing masculine attributes.
Social Psychology, 46 , Frontiers in Psychology, 6 , Plaut, V. New frontiers in diversity research: Theoretical and practical implications. Mikulincer and P. Shaver Editors-in-Chief.