Implicit Knowledge of and Explicit Beliefs About Gender Stereotypes and Their Relationship to the Perceived Competency of Women


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Implicit Knowledge of and Explicit Beliefs About Gender Stereotypes and Their Relationship to the Perceived Competency of Women - Sarah Ogilvie
Intro -
Review - Implicit Knowledge of and Explicit Beliefs About Gender Stereotypes - Stereotyping and the Measurement of Processes Involved - Measuring Implicit Knowledge: Assumptions So Far - The Processing of Implicit Stereotypic Knowledge: A Theoretical Revision - Attributional Implicit Prejudice - The Female Stereotype - Status Characteristics Theory - The Status Characteristic of Gender - Expectations for Competence and Competence-Related Behaviour - Stereotype Processes and Status Characteristics Theory - The Current Study: Measurement of Beliefs and Behaviour - Aims - Hypotheses -
Method - Design - Participants - Measures - Procedure - Scoring -
Results - Overview - Validity - Internal Reliability - Word Association Task - Levels of Implicit Knowledge and Explicit Beliefs - 1st Hypothesis - 2nd Hypothesis - 3rd Hypothesis - Exploratory Analysis -
Discussion - Discussion - Implicit Knowledge Measures - Stereotyping, Expectations for Competence, and Related behaviour - Methodological Limitations - Theoretical Limitations - Future Research -
References - References -
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