Effectiveness of stereotype threat interventions: A meta-analytic review.

  title={Effectiveness of stereotype threat interventions: A meta-analytic review.},
  author={Songqi Liu and Pei Liu and Mo Wang and Baoshan Zhang},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
This meta-analytic review examined the effectiveness of stereotype threat interventions (STIs). Integrating the identity engagement model (Cohen, Purdie-Vaughns, & Garcia, 2012) with the process model of stereotype threat (Schmader, Johns, & Forbes, 2008), we categorized STIs into 3 types: belief-based, identity-based, and resilience-based STIs. Combining 251 effect sizes from 181 experiments, we found an overall effect size of d = 0.44, with the intervention group outperforming the control… 

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