June 25, 2011

PEOPLE ACT LIKE THEIR STEREOTYPE? SHOCKING:

Uncommon Knowledge (Kevin Lewis, June 26, 2011, Boston Globe)

The anxious flirt People often feel anxious when they're in a position to confirm a stereotype about their social group — a phenomenon that researchers call "stereotype threat." A new study shows that women may counter anxiety about gender discrimination by flirting.


Posted by at June 25, 2011 3:31 PM
  

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