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Sassen, Georgia – Harvard Educational Review, 1980
The competitive definition of success has fostered the popular notion that women are afraid to succeed. Recent research suggests that this anxiety is generated by the climate of competition, not success itself. Rather than training women to compete, the institutions and values that define success should be restructured. (Author/SK)
Descriptors: Achievement Need, Behavior Theories, Cognitive Processes, Competition