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Measuring Implicit STEM and Math Attitudes in Adolescents Online with the Brief Implicit Association Test

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Reichardt, Regina ; Rottmann, Celina ; Russo, Laura ; Emmerdinger, Kathrin J. ; Schirner, Sigrun
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 13 Sep 2023 09:05


Despite societal efforts toward enhancing gender equality, females are still underrepresented in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics). Prominent explanations draw on gender differences in attitudes about STEM (with females holding more negative attitudes than males), which result from the gender stereotype that STEM is a male domain. While a lot of research has focused on explicit ...


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