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Citizens In 34 Countries Show Implicit Bias Linking Males More Than Females With Science

Konferensen Kvinnor och matematik, 14-16 juni 2009

UK: Women outperforming men at university

A woolly celebration of the intersection of higher geometry and feminine handicraft, and a testimony to the disappearing wonders of the marine world:
The beutiful math of coral and crochet

Crocheting the hyperbolic geometry of corals

Culture, not biology, underpins math gender gap

Women faring well in hiring process for science faculty jobs at research universities

Gender differences at critical transitions in the careers of science, engineering and mathematics faculty

Girls worse at math? No way, new analysis shows

Gender, culture, and mathematics performance

Equally prepared for life? How 15-year-old boys and girls perform in school

Bridging the math gender gap

Culture, gender, and math

Girls and science: A review of four themes in the science education literature

Mathematics and technology in the ‘body’ of education: knowledge. The gender perspective

PREMA 2 overall aim is at raising awareness on issues of mathematics and gender in order to increase the level of girls’ participation in career choices of sciences and technology

European commission European research area (2008). Benchmarking policy measures for gender equality in science

Study: No gender differences in math performance

Few female in the Math olympiad

IOWME is an international network of individuals and groups who share a commitment to achieving equity in education and who are interested in the links between gender and the teaching – and learning – of mathematics.

Gender and mathematics education

Equity: The case for and against gender

Girls are becoming as good as boys at mathematics, and are still better at reading

Study finds smaller girl-boy math gap in countries with gender equality

Math skills related to gender equality: study

UCR math professor tells girls they can add up

The freedom to say ‘no’

Reporter examines gender gap in math and science

Philosophy of mathematics education journal no. 20 (june 2007): Special issue on social justice on gender

Diversity. culture, gender, and math

Women opt out of math/science careers because of family demands
The study, published in the March issue of the American Psychological Association’s Psychological Bulletin (135:2), is an integrative analysis of 35 years of research on sex differences in math – a review of more than 400 articles and book chapters to better understand why women are underrepresented in such math-intensive science careers as computer science, physics, technology, engineering, chemistry and higher mathematics.
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6 out of every 10 university students present “mathematical anxiety” or fear of this subject, according to a study

Group strives to connect women, girls with math and science

On aspects of mathematical reasoning: Affect and gender. A new doctoral thesis

Doing physics – doing gender: An exploration of physics students’ identity constitution in the context of laboratory work. A new doctoral thesis

Stereotype-induced math anxiety robs women’s working memory, also has lingering effect on other tasks

Bad at math? Stereotypes hamper women

Fouad tracks the reasons many girls avoid math and science

Career interview: Actor and mathematician

Maths and women can add up. We should raise childrens’ expectations of their mathmatical ability, not knock it