References

References List - you can find each article’s abstract in the relevant pdf, available on Evidence - Research

 

Impact on Academic Peer Review

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Wennerås & Wold. 1997. Nepotism and sexism in peer-review

The Swedish Research Council, 2012; Jämställdhetsobservationer i fyra beredningsgrupper 2011

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Kaatz et al. 2014. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences. Vol. 35. No. 8. pp. 371-373 
Available from SDUB

 

Impact on Assessment of Learning

Battena. J., Bateya. J., Shafea. L., Gubby, L. and Birch. P. (2013) The influence of reputation information on the assessment of undergraduate student work. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 2013 Vol. 38, No. 4, 417–435
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Hinton D.P, Higson H. (2017) A large-scale examination of the effectiveness of anonymous marking in reducing group performance differences in higher education assessment. PLoS ONE 12(8): e0182711
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Malouff, J.M. and Thorsteinsson, E.B. (2016) ‘Bias in grading: A meta-analysis of experimental research findings. Australian Journal of Education Vol. 60(3) 245–256.
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Read. B., Francis, B. & Robson, J. (2005) Gender, ‘bias’, assessment and feedback: analyzing the written assessment of undergraduate history essays, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 30:3, 241-260, DOI: 10.1080/02602930500063827
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Impact on Grants and Funding

Mutz et al. 2015. Does Gender Matter in Grant Peer Review? An Empirical Investigation Using the Example of the Austrian Science Fund. Zeitschrift für Psychologie (2012), 220, pp. 121-129

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Impact on Novelty

Phillips, K. W. et al., 2006. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. Vol 9 No.4. pp. 467–482

Taylor. K.E. et al., 2011. Biology of Sex Differences Vol. 2. No.11. BioMed Central Limited

Galinsky, A. D., Todd, A. R., Homan, A. C., Phillips, K. W., Apfelbaum, E. P., Sasaki, S. J., ... Maddux, W. W. (2015). Maximizing the Gains and Minimizing the Pains of Diversity: A Policy Perspective. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 10(6), 742-748

Martin & Phillips, 2017. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol. 142. Pages 28-44
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Lee, Y. S., Chang, J. Y. and Choi, J.N. (2017) Why Reject Creative Ideas? Fear as a Driver of Implicit Bias Against Creativity. Creativity Research Journal Vol. 29 (3) pp. 225-235

 

Impact on Teaching and Learning

Spencer S.J., Steele C.M., & Quinn D.M. (1999) Stereotype threat and women's math performance. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 35(1):4-28.
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Ambady N.., Shih M., Kim A., & Pittinsky T.L. (2001) Stereotype Susceptibility in Children: Effects of Identity Activation on Quantitative Performance. Psychological Science 12(5):385-390
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Riegle-Crumb, C. and Humphries, M. (2012). Exploring Bias in Math Teachers’ Perceptions of Students’ Ability by Gender and Race/Ethnicity. Gender & Society, 26(2), pp.290-322

Van den Bergh, L., Denessen, E., Hornstra, L., Voeten, M. and Holland, R. W. (2010) The Implicit Prejudiced Attitudes of Teachers: Relations to Teacher Expectations and the Ethnic Achievement Gap. American Educational Research Journal, Vol. 47, (2), 497-527. Available from SDUUB. 296 Citations

Cuesta, M., & Witt, A.-K. (2014). How Gender Conscious Pedagogy in Higher Education Can Stimulate Actions for Social Justice in Society. Social Inclusion, 2 (1), 12-23
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Implict Bias Tests

Baker, T. K., Smith, G. S., Jacobs, N. N., Houmanfar, R., Tolles, R., Kuhls, D., Piasecki, M. (2017) A deeper look at implicit weight bias in medical students. Advances in Health Sciences Education. Vol 22 (4), 889-900
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Fiske, S. T.; Cuddy, A. J. C.; Glick, P.; Xu, J. (2002) ‘A Model of (Often Mixed) Stereotype Content: Competence and Warmth Respectively Follow From Perceived Status and Competition’ Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. American Psychological Association. Vol. 82 (6) pp. 878-102
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Hillard, A.; Ryan, C. S., Gervais, S. J. (2013) ‘Reactions to the implicit association test as an educational tool: A mixed methods study.’ Social Psychology of Education. Vol. 16 (3), 495-516
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Jost, J. T., Rudman, L. A., Blair, I. V., Carney, D. R., Dasgupta, N., Glaser, J., Hardin, C. D. (2009) The existence of implicit bias is beyond reasonable doubt: A refutation of ideological and methodological objections and executive summary of ten studies that no manager should ignore. Research in Organizational Behavior. Vol 29. 39-69
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Intersectionality and Gender Bias

Beoku-Betts, J. (2004). African Women Pursuing Graduate Studies in the Sciences: Racism, Gender Bias, and Third World Marginality. NWSA Journal, 16(1), pp.116-135
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Riegle-Crumb, C. and Humphries, M. (2012). Exploring Bias in Math Teachers’ Perceptions of Students’ Ability by Gender and Race/Ethnicity. Gender & Society, 26(2), pp.290-322
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Best, R., Edelman, L., Krieger, L. and Eliason, S. (2011). Multiple Disadvantages: An Empirical Test of Intersectionality Theory in EEO Litigation. Law & Society Review, 45(4), pp.991-1025
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Impact on Staff Recruitment

Goldin, C. and Rouse, C. (1997) Orchestrating Impartiality: The Impact of "Blind" Auditions on Female Musicians. DOI: 10.3386/w5903. Available from GoogleScholar
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Uhlmann, E. and Cohen, G. L. (2005) Constructed Criteria Redefining Merit to Justify Discrimination. Psychological Science 16(6), 474-480
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Moss-Racusin, C. A., Dovidio, J. F., Brescoll, V. L., Graham, M. J. and Handelsman, J. (2012) Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students. PNAS 109(41), 16474-16479 
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Bayer, A., Rouse, C. E. (2016) Diversity in the Economics Profession: A New Attack on an Old Problem. The Journal of Economic Perspectives. Vol 30 (4), 221-242
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Stereotype Threat

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Spencer, S. J., Steele, C. M. and Quinn, D. M. (1999) Stereotype Threat and Women’s Math Performance. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 35
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Ambady, N., Shih, M., Kim, A. and Pittinsky, T. L. (2001) Stereotype susceptibility in children: effects of identity activation on quantitative performance. Psychological Science 12(5), 385-390
Available from Google Scholar. 440 Citations

 

Student Evaluations of Courses and Teachers

Breda, T. and Ly, S. T. (2015) Professors in core science fields are biased in favor of women: evidence from France. American Economic Journal 7(4), 53-75
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Doubleday, A.F. and Lee, L. M. J. (2016) ‘Dissecting the voice: Health professions students' perceptions of instructor age and gender in an online environment and the impact on evaluations for faculty.’ Anatomical Sciences Education. Vol. 9 (6) pp. 537-544
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Grimes, A., Medway, D., Foos, A., Goatman, A.(2016) ‘Impact bias in student evaluations of higher education.’ Studies in Higher Education, vol. 42 (6), pp. 945-962
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MacNell, L., Driscoll, A. and Hunt, A. N. (2014) What’s in a Name: Exposing Gender Bias in Student Ratings of Teaching. Innovative Higher Education 40(4), 291-303
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