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Project page for PSA005: Stereotype Threat This project is a multi-lab collaboration being conducted through the Psychological Science Accelerator (PSA). The aim of this project is to determine whether and under what conditions stereotype threat affects Black college and university students in the US. This is the application that was submitted to the PSA and accepted. Please contact the Project Mo...

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  • Proposal to the Psychological Science Accelerator: A Large-Scale, Multi-Site Examination of Stereotype Threat Across Varying Operationalizations

    Forscher, Taylor, Lewis & 1 more
    According to stereotype threat theory, the possibility of confirming a negative stereotype provokes feelings of threat, leading people to underperform...

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