Women’s adaptation to STEM domains promotes resilience and a lesser reliance on heuristic thinking

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di Bella, Laura; Crisp, Richard;

Experiences that compel people to challenge social stereotypes can promote enhanced cognitive flexibility on a range of judgmental domains. Women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields are chronically exposed to such experiences and may therefore al... View more
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