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Publications: Math Ability/Performance: Confidence as a Predictor

  1. K. M. Cooper, A. Krieg, and S. E. Brownell, Who perceives they are smarter? Exploring the influences of student characteristics on student academic self-concept in physiology, Advances in Physiology Education, April 4, 2018.
  2. M. Fox, Not smart enough? Men overestimate intelligence in science class, NBC News online, April 4, 2018.
  3. J. Gutbezahl, How negative expectancies and attitudes undermine females’ math confidence and performance: a review of the literature, (1995).
  4. J. S. Hyde, E. Fennema, M. Ryan, L. A. Frost, and C. Hopp, Gender comparisons of mathematics attitudes and affect: a meta-analysis, Psychology of Women Quarterly 14 no. 3 (1990), 299-324.
  5. M. E. Junge and B. J. Dretzke, Mathematical self-efficacy gender differences in gifted/talented adolescents, Gifted Child Quarterly 39 no. 1 (1995), 22-28.
  6. K. Kay and C. Shipman, The Confidence Gap, The Atlantic, May 2014.
  7. B. Marr and S. Helme, Women and maths in Australia: A Confidence-building experience of teachers and students, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 80-86.
  8. R. M. Midkiff, Jr., J. P. Burke, and G. C. Helmstadter, A causal model of mathematics performance in early adolescence: the role of sex, Psychological Reports 64 no. 1 (1989), 167-176.
  9. D. G. Pope, Women who are elite mathematicians are less likely than men to believe they're elite mathematicians, The Washington Post, August 8, 2017.
  10. K. D. Rappaport, Sexual roles and mathematical expectations, Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges Journal 12 no. 3 (1978), 195-198.
  11. D. J. Stipek and J. H. Gralinski, Gender differences in children's achievement-related beliefs and emotional responses to success and failure in mathematics, Journal of Educational Psychology 83 no. 3 (1991), 361-371.