Prior work suggests that awareness of stereotypes about a person’s in-group can affect a person’s behavior and performance when they complete a stereotype-relevant task, a phenomenon called stereotype susceptibility ( Shih, Pittinsky, & Ambady, 1999). In a preregistered confirmatory design, we found that priming Asian women with social identities associated with math stereotypes did not influence their performance on a subsequent mathematics exam, and hypothesized moderators did not account for the effect. The conditions necessary to obtain the original results are not yet fully understood.
|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Assessment, Evaluation & Research methods, Psychology, General social science, General behavioral science|
|Keywords:||ethnicity, replication, stereotype susceptibility, gender|