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ERIC Number: EJ288622
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1983
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Research in College Science Teaching: Can the Difference Between Male and Female Science Majors Account for the Low Number of Women at the Doctoral Level in Science?
Baker, Dale R.
Journal of College Science Teaching, v13 n2 p102-07 Nov 1983
Investigated factors accounting for differences in numbers of men/women (N=180) at the doctoral level in science. Examined mathematical, spatial, attitudinal, and personality characteristics of male/female biology/physical science majors and nonmajors. Results (including few differences between males/females in sciences) and implications are discussed. (JM)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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