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Adolescents' and Emerging Adults' Implicit Attitudes about STEM Careers: "Science is Not Creative"
Science Education International
Although interest in science and math is often high in the elementary grades, interest in choosing science and math careers drops off beginning in junior high school for both genders, but especially for girls. By high school, a shift towards increased rigor is often accompanied by a lack of creativity in the way that scientific disciplines are taught. The Implicit Association Test (IAT) was administered to male and female high school students to test their implicit associations of science withfatcat:tnoyjkmhtzeaxhsudbgkoit6uy