Gender cues, anxiety and political information processing

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Allison Harell
Department of political science
Université du Québec à Montréal
Grant received in 2011-2012

 

This project was a pilot study that tested the role of stereotype threat for women’s psychological engagement with politics. Our initial findings were the basis for a SSHRC insight grant application, that we subsequently were awarded to pursue the topic further.

Master’s students in political science from Université du Québec à Montréal contributed to this project.

Presentations

  • Harell, A. (2013). Gender cues, anxiety and political information processing. Communication presented at the Gender and Political Psychology Workshop, Illinois.
  • Harell, A. (2013). Gender cues, anxiety and political information processing. Communication presented at the SQSP, Montreal.