### Mathematics

2012-01-19 22:16- "Women's math performance affected by theories on sex differences: UBC researchers"
- "Implicit stereotypes and gender identification may affect female math performance"
- "Stereotype-induced math anxiety undermines girls’ ability to perform in other academic areas"
- "Boys not better than girls at maths, study finds"
- "Tracking the reasons many girls avoid science and math"
- "Culture, not biology, underpins math gender gap"
- "Citizens in 34 countries show implicit bias linking males more than females with science"
- "Trait beliefs that make women vulnerable to math disengagement"
- "Worldwide study finds few gender differences in math abilities"
- "Elementary school women teachers transfer their fear of doing math to girls"
- "'Women worse at math than men' explanation scientifically incorrect, MU researchers say"
- "High school math teachers may not make the grade when it comes to gender bias"
- "Math teachers demonstrate a bias toward white male students"
- "Girls' mathematics performance more likely to suffer than boys' as a result of mathematics anxiety"
- "[A]lmost one in five girls (18.8%) and more than one in 10 boys (11.4%) are deliberately underachieving in maths – to evade bullying."
- "Gender gap disappears in school math competitions, study shows"
- "Female students just as successful as males in math and science, Asian-Americans outperform all"
- "Could playing 'boys' games help girls in science and math?"
- "Do girls really experience more math anxiety?"
- "Watching Another Woman Subjected to Dominant Male Behavior During a Math Interaction Can Induce Stereotype Threat"
- "U.S. Girls Perform Evenly With Boys in Math and Science, PISA Data Show"
- "On the actual PISA math test, though, girls only scored about 2 percent, on average, less than boys did ... So it's clear that around the world, girls are better at math than they think they are."