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Expected and unexpected effects of sexism on women’s math performance
Research has shown that gender differences in math performance are partially predicted by sociocultural aspects such as sexist ideologies and stereotypes. This study examined sexist ideologies as predictors of women’s ...
Advantages of the Rasch Model for Analysis and Interpretation of Attitudes: the Case of the Benevolent Sexism Subscale
Ventajas del Modelo de Rasch para el análisis e interpretación de actitudes: El caso de la subescala de sexismo benevolente
This paper describes how the use of Rasch Analysis (RA), compared with the Classical Test Theory (CTT) and other Item Response Theory (IRT) approaches, could enhance the study and interpretation of attitudinal scales. ...