Stereotype threat and gender differences in chemistry

@article{Sunny2017StereotypeTA,
  title={Stereotype threat and gender differences in chemistry},
  author={Cijy Elizabeth Sunny and Gita Taasoobshirazi and Lauren Clark and G. Marchand},
  journal={Instructional Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={45},
  pages={157-175}
}
Stereotype threat theory (STT) offers one explanation for achievement differences in math and science for both women and minority students. Specifically, STT posits that the perceived risk of confirming a negative stereotype about an individual’s identity group acts as a psychological burden that negatively impacts performance. This study examined the impact of stereotype threat (ST) on gender differences in chemistry achievement, self-efficacy, and test-anxiety using a four-group, quasi… Expand

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