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      A Secondary Replication Attempt of Stereotype Susceptibility (Shih, Pittinsky, & Ambady, 1999)

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      Social Psychology

      Hogrefe Publishing

      replication, stereotype susceptibility, gender, ethnicity

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          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.

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          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, and Ambady (1999) primed Asian American women with either their Asian identity (stereotyped with high math ability) or female identity (stereotyped with low math ability) or no priming before administering a math test. Of the three groups, Asian-primed participants performed best on the math test, female-primed participants performed worst. The article is a citation classic, but the original studies and conceptual replications have low sample sizes and wide confidence intervals. We conducted a replication of Shih et al. (1999) with a large sample and found a significant effect with the same pattern of means after removing participants that did not know the race or gender stereotypes, but not when those participants were retained. Math identification did not moderate the observed effects.
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            A replication attempt of stereotype susceptibility: Identity salience and shifts in quantitative performance

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                Journal
                zsp
                Social Psychology
                Hogrefe Publishing
                1864-9335
                2151-2590
                May 2014
                2014
                : 45
                : 3
                : 199-201
                Affiliations
                [ 1 ] University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
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                Alice Moon, Psychology Department, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA, alicemoon@ 123456berkeley.edu
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                zsp_45_3_199
                10.1027/1864-9335/a000193
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                Replication

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