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Can Evidence Impact Attitudes? Public Reactions to Evidence of Gender Bias in STEM Fields

Can Evidence Impact Attitudes? Public Reactions to Evidence of Gender Bias in STEM Fields

Psychology of Women Quarterly 39(2): 194-209

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DOI: 10.1177/0361684314565777

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