Stereotype Threat.

@article{Spencer2016StereotypeT,
  title={Stereotype Threat.},
  author={Steven John Spencer and Christine Logel and Paul G. Davies},
  journal={Annual review of psychology},
  year={2016},
  volume={67},
  pages={
          415-37
        }
}
When members of a stigmatized group find themselves in a situation where negative stereotypes provide a possible framework for interpreting their behavior, the risk of being judged in light of those stereotypes can elicit a disruptive state that undermines performance and aspirations in that domain. This situational predicament, termed stereotype threat, continues to be an intensely debated and researched topic in educational, social, and organizational psychology. In this review, we explore… CONTINUE READING

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