An Exploratory Investigation of Americans’ Expression of Gender Bias Before and After the 2016 Presidential Election:

@inproceedings{Georgeac2019AnEI,
  title={An Exploratory Investigation of Americans’ Expression of Gender Bias Before and After the 2016 Presidential Election:},
  author={Oriane Georgeac and Aneeta Rattan and Daniel A Effron},
  year={2019}
}
Did the 2016 U.S. presidential election’s outcome affect Americans’ expression of gender bias? Drawing on theories linking leadership with intergroup attitudes, we proposed it would. A preregistered exploratory survey of two independent samples of Americans pre- and postelection (ns = 1,098 and 1,192) showed no pre–post differences in modern sexism, concern with the gender pay gap, or perceptions of gender inequality and progress overall. However, supporters of Donald Trump (but not of Hillary… CONTINUE READING

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