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Jay Van Bavel
Good thread on a huge new meta-analysis of Stereotype threat. In sum: Stereotype threat effects are observed in the lab, but not in real-world testing situations. There is also extensive evidence of publication bias.
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Jay Van Bavel Oct 14
There is, in fact, a paper on this--it's called stereotype lift and it's also had a huge impact on the field. I don't know if anyone has done a critical review of this literature, but it was based on an early meta-analysis:
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Dr. Jonathan N. Stea Oct 14
Big finding.
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Stephan Oct 14
Stereotype threat zombie, ;
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David desJardins Oct 14
Replying to @jayvanbavel
The amazing thing is that the research community thought this was a worthwhile topic for 181 studies. Imagine the more useful things that could have been done with that money.
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Pascal Wallisch Oct 14
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Shocker
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Dr. Nicola Abbott Oct 15
Replying to @jayvanbavel @hanaswift
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Hadding Scott Oct 14
"Stereotype threat" is one of those politically driven concepts that give a bad odor to the social sciences in the USA. Ordinary people hear about something like that and intuit immediately that it's bullcrap.
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