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Recent theory and research on the concept of stereotype threat suggests that reminders of a negative stereotype about racial identity can impede performance in a relevant domain. According to Steele and his colleagues , when a negative stereotype about a group becomes salient as a criterion for t...
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Steele shows how educators might overcome stereotype threat with practically implementable research findings, including:
Claude Steele paints a compelling picture, through personal stories and research results, of how simply being aware of negative stereotypes toward our social group diminishes our ability to perform.
The threat of stigma is sufficient to have a significant deleterious effect on perform...
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The so-called 'polarized mind' is defined as a fixation on a single point of view while excluding all contrary opinions.
This fixation will often result in mindlessness, which makes individuals feel satisfied with their own beliefs, without feeling the need to search for more i...
The beliefs you have about yourself can drive your long-term behavior.
You could trick yourself into going to the gym or eating healthy once or twice, but if you don't shift your underlying identity, then it's hard to stick with long-term changes.
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