Study Finds Stereotyping Has No Relevance in Performance - Page 2
I am girl, I got game.
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The primary study entitled, “Can stereotype threat explain the sex gap in mathematics performance and achievement?” will be published in the journal Review of General Psychology. If math is indicated in this research, the foundation is not conclusive since stereotype is irrelevant, and 'sex gap' is undefined as being non-descriptive. The theory should have been: "Can image (whether internalized as one's own knowledge, or decided by popular vote) describe ratio of diversity within a study?"
The flaw: "sex" is not gender, but is anatomy. The thesis: sex is anatomy, but not basis. So, one is female, not necessarily under specific anatomical description according to trait and according to species.
In other words: Female exists in species, sex exists within species as anatomically correct, gender describes philosophy, masculine and feminine are traits specific as noble adherence to species.
Female or male, feminine or masculine or male, since I am feminine and female, these are the only traits I speak through. Significance of gender should have been defined for purposes of the study should the study be trait-specific, as it suggests.
The research published under fields of general psychology may be separately analyzed, since adherence to guidelines of gender is relevant only to study or interest... this is my dedication to science:
"I am female within my fields of study, and I am gender, as all things are. Everyone has a gender. None of this which proclaims any disadvantage."
I am woman, I know math.
Perhaps these areas of non-gender diversity within the scope of profession toward education which researchers administer from, are areas of degree of interest, not degree of competence nor confidence.
I am Lisa, I am female, I love math.