Effects of Benevolent Sexism on Math Motivation in Junior High School Girls in Japan

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Effects of benevolent sexism (BS) were investigated on math motivation in 8th and 9th grade girls in Japan. They (N=100) read one of two scenarios where math teacher praised them for high performance on a math exam, by saying, “Good job!” In the BS condition, the teacher added an extra remark, “Despite being a girl.” After reading the scenarios, girls reported their emotions, math motivations, the...

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