Gender-Stereotyping and Cognitive Sex Differences in Mixed- and Same-Sex Groups

@inproceedings{Hirnstein2014GenderStereotypingAC,
  title={Gender-Stereotyping and Cognitive Sex Differences in Mixed- and Same-Sex Groups},
  author={Marco Hirnstein and Lisa Coloma Andrews and Markus Hausmann},
  booktitle={Archives of sexual behavior},
  year={2014}
}
Sex differences in specific cognitive abilities are well documented, but the biological, psychological, and sociocultural interactions that may underlie these differences are largely unknown. We examined within a biopsychosocial approach how gender stereotypes affect cognitive sex differences when adult participants were tested in mixed- or same-sex groups. A total of 136 participants (70 women) were allocated to either mixed- or same-sex groups and completed a battery of sex-sensitive… CONTINUE READING
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