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2001). In general, what such studies have found is that negative stereotypes, particularly when highlighted, can become self-confirming. We can put this in terms of ability by considering several stereotypes about different groups and their capacities. For instance, women are often stereotyped as being worse at math, the elderly as being worse drivers, and African-Americans as being worse academically. When a member of one of these groups finds themselves faced with a task associated with a negative stereotype, their performance risks being evaluated in terms of that stereotype.
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