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The primary goal of the research presented in this paper was to examine the role of leadership efficacy as a moderator of domain identification responses to the think-leader - think-male stereotype. Manipulating stereotype activation, results from eighty-five female participants indicated that women with high levels of leadership efficacy demonstrated a heightened identification with the leadership domain after exposure to negative stereotypes compared to the control condition (a reactance response); stereotype activation did not significantly alter domain identification in women with lower levels of leadership efficacy.
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