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Gender differences in computer science students
We examined gender differences and differences in Computer Science majors vs. non-majors in ability in quantitative areas, educational goals and interests, experience with computers, stereotypes and knowledge about CS, confidence, personality, support and encouragement, stress and financial issues, gender discrimination, and attitudes toward the academic environment in CS. Expand
Deterrents to women taking computer science courses
- S. Beyer, K. Rynes, S. Haller
- Sociology, Computer Science
- IEEE Technology and Society Magazine
- 14 June 2004
We examine why so few students, and particularly few women, choose to enter the beginning phase of the CS pipeline by choosing to try out CS courses. Expand
Do changes in selfishness explain 12-step benefit? A prospective lagged analysis.
12-Step attendance is associated with increased abstinence. A strong claim made in 12-step literature is that alcoholics are pathologically selfish and that working the 12 steps reduces this… Expand
The effect of three‐fold astigmatism on measurements of grain boundary volume expansion by high‐resolution transmission electron microscopy
In the absence of high‐order aberrations, the lattice fringe technique should allow measurement of grain boundary rigid‐body displacements to accuracies about an order of magnitude better than the… Expand
Associations between Relationship Satisfaction and Drinking Urges for Women in Alcohol Behavioral Couples and Individual Therapy
- M. Owens, Kevin A Hallgren, Benjamin O Ladd, K. Rynes, B. McCrady, E. Epstein
- Alcoholism treatment quarterly
- 1 October 2013
This study examined the association between relationship satisfaction and drinking urges among women who participated in alcohol behavioral individual therapy (ABIT) and Alcohol Behavioral Couples… Expand
The Temporal Stability of Gender Differences in MIS Students
We examined whether gender differences in MIS students’ educational goals, stereotypes of MIS, and attitudes towards MIS instructors remain stable over time. Expand
Why Are So Few Women in Computer Science
Gender Differences in Attitudes toward and Confidence in Computer Science.