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Women + Gender Studies
This guide will lead you to a variety of resources in Women's StudiesWomen's Studies
Why Aren't More Women in Science? by Stephen J. Ceci (Editor); Wendy M. Williams (Editor)Setting the stage. Introduction: striving for perspective in the debate on women in science / Wendy M. Williams and Stephen J. Ceci -- Essays. Women at the top in science-- and elsewhere / Virginia Valian -- "Underrepresentation" or misrepresentation? / Doreen Kimura -- Is math a gift? : beliefs that put females at risk / Carol S. Dweck -- Sex, math, and science / Elizabeth S. Spelke and Ariel D. Grace -- Taking science seriously : straight thinking about spatial sex differences / Nora S. Newcombe -- Sex differences in personal attributes for the development of scientific expertise / David S. Lubinski and Camilla Persson Benbow -- Do sex differences in cognition cause the shortage of women in science? / Melissa Hines -- Brains, bias, and biology : follow the data / Richard J. Haier -- Science, sex, and good sense : why women are underrepresented in some areas of science and math / Diane F. Halpern -- Women in science : gender similarities in abilities and sociocultural forces / Janet Shibley Hyde -- The seeds of career choices : prenatal sex hormone effects on psychological sex differences / Sheri A. Berenbaum and Susan Resnick -- Sex differences in mind : keeping science distinct from social policy / Simon Baron-Cohen -- An evolutionary perspective on sex differences in mathematics and the sciences / David C. Geary -- Neural substrates for sex differences in cognition / Ruben C. Gur and Raquel E. Gur -- Where are all the women? : gender differences in participation in physical science and engineering / Jacquelynne S. Eccles -- Conclusion. Are we moving closer and closer apart? : shared evidence leads to conflicting views / Stephen J. Ceci and Wendy M. Williams.