Self-stereotyping in the context of multiple social identities.

@article{Sinclair2006SelfstereotypingIT,
  title={Self-stereotyping in the context of multiple social identities.},
  author={S. Sinclair and C. Hardin and B. Lowery},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={90 4},
  pages={
          529-42
        }
}
This research examines self-stereotyping in the context of multiple social identities and shows that self-stereotyping is a function of stereotyped expectancies held in particular relationships. Participants reported how others evaluated their math and verbal ability and how they viewed their own ability when their gender or ethnicity was salient. Asian American women (Experiment 1) and European Americans (Experiment 2) exhibited knowledge of stereotyped social expectancies and corresponding… Expand
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