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When White Men Can't Do Math: Necessary and Sufficient Factors in Stereotype Threat
Abstract Research on “stereotype threat” (Aronson, Quinn, & Spencer, 1998; Steele, 1997; Steele & Aronson, 1995) suggests that the social stigma of intellectual inferiority borne by certain culturalExpand
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Who's Smoking, Drinking, and Using Drugs? Time Perspective as a Predictor of Substance Use
Two studies examined whether those identified as having a more present time perspective (PTP) are more likely to report using alcohol, drugs, and tobacco. In Study 1, across 2,627 participants fromExpand
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The Influence of Message Framing on Intentions to Perform Health Behaviors
Abstract Prospect Theory proposes that people prefer taking risks to options that are certain when considering losses and prefer certainty to risk when considering gains (Kahneman & Tversky, 1979).Expand
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Present time perspective as a predictor of risky driving
This research introduces a new individual difference variable, time perspective, as an important predictor of risky driving. Across three separate replications, with 2863 participants, present timeExpand
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Social connectedness, social appraisal, and perceived stress in college women and men
This study examined the effects of social connectedness, social appraisal of the campus climate, and perceived stress of college women and men. Drawing from self-verification theory, social appraisalExpand
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Putting the "affirm" into affirmative action: preferential selection and academic performance.
Two studies explored the relation between academic performance and preferential selection. In Study 1, female participants were led to believe that they had been selected to be leaders in a teamExpand
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Putting the "affirm" into affirmative action: preferential selection and academic performance.
Two studies explored the relation between academic performance and preferential selection. In Study 1, female participants were led to believe that they had been selected to be leaders in a teamExpand
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Emerging issues for the professions in the 1990s.
  • K. Keough
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • ASHA
  • 1 August 1990
Responses to the 1990 Omnibus Survey give information about how ASHA members will fare in the coming decade. In a period when employment stability and educational preparation are important issues,Expand
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Demographic information from the membership update survey.
  • K. Keough
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • ASHA
  • 1 April 1990
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