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Since the majority of top-level researchers are men, how does this vertical gender-segregation affect students' perceptions of a research career? In the current study, an experimental manipulation either reminded students of academia's current dominance of men or of its improving gender-balance. The results showed that women primed with the dominance of men anticipated much higher social identity threats (e.g., fear of discrimination) in a future research career as compared to a control group.doi:10.3390/socsci7020018 fatcat:3fjtf6muvnasxnadqcw3e5xjue