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Title: Implicit Knowledge of and Explicit Beliefs About Gender Stereotypes: Their Relationship to the Perceived Competency of Women
Author: Sarah Ogilvie
Supervision: Dr. Margaret Foddy
Academic Institution:La Trobe University, Bundoora, School of Psychological Science

Table of Contents:

Introduction   1
  Implicit Knowledge of and Explicit Beliefs About Gender Stereotypes: Their Relationship to the Perceived Competency of Women 1
  Stereotyping and the Measurement of Processes Involved 2
  Measuring Implicit Knowledge: Assumptions So Far 3
  The Processing of Implicit Stereotypic Knowledge: A Theoretical Revision. 4
  Attributional Implicit Prejudice 5
  The Female Stereotype 6
  Status Characteristics Theory 7
  The Status Characteristic of Gender 8
  Expectations for Competence and Competence-Related Behaviour 9
  Stereotype Processes and Status Characteristics Theory 10
  The Current Study: Measurement of Beliefs and Behaviour 11
  Aims 12
  Hypotheses 13
Method   14
  Design 14
  Participants 15
  Measures 16
  Procedure 17
  Scoring 18
Results   19
  Validity 20
  Internal Reliability 21
  Word Association Task 22
  Levels of Implicit Knowledge and Explicit Beliefs 23
  1st Hypothesis 24
  2nd Hypothesis 25
  3rd Hypothesis 26
  Exploratory Analysis 27
Discussion   28
  Implicit Knowledge Measures 29
  Stereotyping, Expectations for Competence, and Related behaviour 30
  Methodological Limitations 31
  Theoretical Limitations 32
  Future Research 33
References   34




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