New Model May Reduce Gender Bias in the Workplace
Gender-bias in the workplace is a major issue which shows few signs of being resolved in the near future. Previous research has shown that through the use of a structured free recall intervention, the effects of these biases can be reduced when applied to students in professor evaluations (Bauer & Baltes, 2002). Following Bauer & Baltes, the present study was designed to determine whether a structured free recall intervention could help reduce the effects of sex stereotypes on discrimination in applicant selection in the business realm.
Zink, A. (2006). New Model May Reduce Gender Bias in the Workplace (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from http://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/54
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