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It was a couple of Whistling vivaldi in Predictably Irrational where he described an experiment with a group of Asian girls given a test in mathematics.
The thing is that Asian girls belong to two oppositely stereotyped groups. As girls they are in a group that is defined as hopeless at maths - as Asians th You do need to get your hands on this book, although, I suspect it might not be all that easy - but whatever effort is involved will be rewarded.
As girls they are in a group that is defined as hopeless at maths - as Asians they are great at maths. Prior to being given a maths test they were subtly primed to either think of themselves as girls or as Asians - for the very young girls discussed in this book, girls of about five or six years old, they were either asked to colour in a picture of a girl holding a doll or of an Asian man planting in a rice field.
They were then given the test and those that had been primed to think of themselves as Asian did better than those who had been primed to think of themselves as girls. Stereotypes matter, but how Whistling vivaldi they do this? This book was written by the guy who not only started a lot of this research into stereotype threat off, that is, the notion that being placed in a situation that might have you confirm a stereotype that is held about the group of people to whom you happen to belong is likely to diminish your performance.
It is written as a bit of a detective novel. Well, all except the title. But this is a seriously bad title. First of all, it tells you almost nothing about what the book is about until you read the book.
The short version of the story that gave the book its title is that a young black man was walking down the street at night dressed in young person street clothes and realised that he was frightening the crap out of the white people he was walking past. So, to calm things he started whistling classical music - I know, Vivaldi is Baroque, but stay with me.
The white people were now confronted by two stereotypes - vicious black male out to mug them, some guy whistling classical music. On the basis that no one gets mugged by anyone whistling classical music at least, no one admits it the white people walking by smiled at him and walked on.
Presumably with their brains oozing out their ears after having exploded. But this is a bad story to serve as the title of the book for so many reasons.
First, as I said before, it is far too obscure for anyone picking up the book to have any idea what the book is going to be about. The problem that is brought up repeatedly here is that stereotype threat is insidious and, worse, it affects you more the more intelligent and the more motivated that you are.
They got this group of males from Princeton I think, I would need to check and they got them to play a round of mini-golf. For half of them they just let them play the game, for the other half, both white and black, they told them this was a test of their natural sporting ability.
Then they did the thing over and this time told half of the black males and half of the white males that this was a test of sporting intelligence.
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HER review of Whistling Vivaldi by Claude M. Steele.
How contextual factors help explain so-termed “racial achievement gaps” in education and the stereotype threat. Stereotype threat is a situational predicament in which people are or feel themselves to be at risk of conforming to stereotypes about their social group.
Since its introduction into the academic literature, stereotype threat has become one of the most widely studied topics in the field of social psychology.
Stereotype threat has been argued to show a reduction in the performance of. Sep 20, · Last week, Jonathan Ferrell, a former Florida A&M football player who recently moved to the Charlotte, N.C., area to be with his fiancée, had a horribl.
Taxonomy and systematics. Upupa and epops are respectively the Latin and Ancient Greek names for the hoopoe; both, like the English name, are onomatopoeic forms which imitate the cry of the bird..
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