|Reducing Stereotype Threat in Classrooms: A Review of Social-Psychological Intervention Studies on Improving the Achievement of Black Students
|Stereotype threat arises from a fear among members of a group of reinforcing negative stereotypes concerning the intellectual ability of the group. The report identifies three randomized controlled trial studies that use classroom-based strategies to reduce stereotype threat and improve the academic performance of Black students, narrowing their achievement gap with White students.
|July 27, 2009
|Joshua Aronson, Department of Applied Psychology New York University; Geoffrey Cohen Department of Psychology University of Colorado at Boulder; Wendy McColskey, SERVE Center at University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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|Issues and Answers Report
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