In search of gender bias in evaluations and trait inferences: The role of diagnosticity and

Swim, Janet
August 1993
Sex Roles;Aug93, Vol. 29 Issue 3-4, p213
Academic Journal
Addresses the impact of gender stereotypes on social judgements. Role of diagnosticity in a work sample; Impact of additional gender-related target information on social judgements; Components of gender stereotypes within the evaluation context.


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