New Model May Reduce Gender Bias in the Workplace
Gender Bias, Discrimination, Stereotypes, Workplace
Business | Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Inequality and Stratification
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.
Department 1 Awarding Honors Status
Zink, A. (2006). New Model May Reduce Gender Bias in the Workplace (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/54