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The influence of gender stereotype threat on mathematics test scores of Dutch high school students: a registered report
Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology
The effects of gender stereotype threat on mathematical test performance in the classroom have been extensively studied in several cultural contexts. Theory predicts that stereotype threat lowers girls' performance on mathematics tests, while leaving boys' math performance unaffected. We conducted a large-scale stereotype threat experiment in Dutch high schools (N = 2064) to study the generalizability of the effect. In this registered report, we set out to replicate the overall effect amongdoi:10.1080/23743603.2018.1559647 fatcat:quq2qupgrzc6tps3qxljz7kmaq