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Students' emotions during homework: Structures, self-concept antecedents, and achievement outcomes
In the present study (N = 553; 8th and 11th grade students; 52% female) we investigated students' enjoyment, pride, anxiety, anger, and boredom while completing homework (homework emotions), andExpand
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Towards a Clearer Understanding of Social Identity Theory’s Self-Esteem Hypothesis
Social identity theory proposes that the need for self-esteem motivates group members to protect and enhance the positivity of their group. In this chapter, we explain this self-esteem hypothesis inExpand
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Distracted by the Unthought – Suppression and Reappraisal of Mind Wandering under Stereotype Threat
Previous research has found that subtle reminders of negative stereotypes about one’s group can lead individuals to underperform on stereotype-relevant tests (e.g., women in math, ethnic minoritiesExpand
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Not Feeling Good in STEM: Effects of Stereotype Activation and Anticipated Affect on Women’s Career Aspirations
Despite great efforts to increase women’s participation in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), relatively few women choose careers in these fields. We argue that women might expect toExpand
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Dealing with negative stereotypes in sports: the role of cognitive anxiety when multiple identities are activated in sensorimotor tasks.
Based on research on stereotype threat and multiple identities, this work explores the beneficial effects of activating a positive social identity when a negative identity is salient on women'sExpand
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Stereotype Threat in Lern- und Leistungssituationen : theoretische Ansätze, empirische Befunde und praktische Implikationen
Stereotype Threat bezeichnet das Phänomen, dass das Akti­ vieren negativer Stereotype in Leistungssituationen zu reduzierten Leistungen führen kann. Der vorliegende Beitrag gibt einen Überblick überExpand
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Smiling on the Inside
Although expressing positive emotions is typically socially rewarded, in the present work, we predicted that people suppress positive emotions and thereby experience social benefits when outperformedExpand
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''It's Their Responsibility, Not Ours'' Stereotypes About Competence and Causal Attributions for Immigrants' Academic Underperformance
Abstract. In many countries, there is a gap in academic performance between native-born students and students with certain immigrant backgrounds. Based on ultimate attribution error theory, weExpand
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Does Exposure to Counterstereotypical Role Models Influence Girls’ and Women’s Gender Stereotypes and Career Choices? A Review of Social Psychological Research
Gender roles are formed in early childhood and continue to influence behavior through adolescence and adulthood, including the choice of academic majors and careers. In many countries, men areExpand
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