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Aronson, J., & Williams, J. (2004).Stereotype threat: Forewarned isforearmed. Unpublished manuscript, New York University, NewYork.Bargh, J.A., & Chartrand, T.L. (1999). The unbearable automaticity ofbeing.American Psychologist,54, 462–479.Brown, R.P., & Josephs, R.A. (1999). A burden of proof: Stereotyperelevance and gender differences in math performance.Journal ofPersonality and Social Psychology,76, 246–257.Davies, P.G., Spencer, S.J., Quinn, D.M., & Gerhardstein, R. (2002).Consumingimages:Howtelevisioncommercialsthatelicitstereotype threat can restrain women academically and profes-sionally.PersonalityandSocialPsychologyBulletin,28,1615–1628.Dijksterhuis, A., & van Knippenberg, A. (1998). The relation betweenperception and behavior, or how to win a game of Trivial Pursuit.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,74, 865–877.Hyde, J.S., Fennema, E., & Lamon, S.J. (1990). Gender differences inmathematics performance: A meta-analysis.Psychological Bul-letin,107, 139–155.Inzlicht, M., & Ben-Zeev, T. (2000). A threatening intellectual envi-ronment: Why women are susceptible to experience problem-solving deficits in the presence of men.Psychological Science,11,365–371.Marx, D.M., & Roman, J.S. (2002). Female role models: Protectingwomen’s math test performance.Personality and Social Psychol-ogy Bulletin,28, 1183–1193.178Volume 16—Number 3Teaching Stereotype Threat
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McIntyre, R.B., Paulson, R.M., & Lord, C.G. (2003). Alleviatingwomen’s mathematics stereotype threat through salience of groupachievement.Journal of Experimental Social Psychology,39,83–90.Schmader, T., & Johns, M. (2003). Converging evidence that stereotypethreat reduces working memory capacity.Journal of Personalityand Social Psychology,85, 440–452.Steele, C.M., & Aronson, J. (1995). Stereotype threat and the intel-lectual test performance of African Americans.Journal of Per-sonality and Social Psychology,69, 797–811.Steele, C.M., Spencer, S.J., & Aronson, J. (2002). Contending withgroup image: The psychology of stereotype and social identitythreat. In M. Zanna (Ed.),Advances in experimental social psy-chology(Vol. 34, pp. 379–440). New York: Academic Press.Stone, J., Lynch, C.I., Sjomeling, M., & Darley, J.M. (1999). Stereotypethreat effects on Black and White athletic performance.Journal ofPersonality and Social Psychology,77, 1213–1227.Wheeler, S.C., & Petty, R.E. (2001). The effects of stereotype activationon behavior: A review of possible mechanisms.PsychologicalBulletin,127, 797–826.(RECEIVED3/2/04; REVISION ACCEPTED8/25/04)Volume 16—Number 3179Michael Johns, Toni Schmader, and Andy Martens
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