Gender Biases in ( Inter ) Action : The Role of Interviewers ’ and Applicants ’ Implicit and Explicit Stereotypes in Predicting Women ’ s Job Interview

@inproceedings{Latu2017GenderBI,
  title={Gender Biases in ( Inter ) Action : The Role of Interviewers ’ and Applicants ’ Implicit and Explicit Stereotypes in Predicting Women ’ s Job Interview},
  author={Ioana M Latu and Marianne Schmid and Tracie L. Stewart and Dario Bombari and Denise Frauendorfer and Sebastian Otte},
  year={2017}
}
Although explicit stereotypes of women in the workplace have become increasingly positive (Duehr & Bono, 2006), negative stereotypes persist at an implicit level, with women being more likely associated with incompetent—and men with competent—managerial traits (Latu et al., 2011). Drawing upon work on self-fulfilling prophecies and interracial interactions, we investigated whether and how implicit and explicit gender stereotypes held by both male interviewers and female applicants predicted… CONTINUE READING

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