Date of Award
Master of Science in Psychology
While an abundance of literature on stereotypes exists with regards to the workplace, less research exists that assesses how stereotypes could affect an employee and motivate him or her to leave the organization. The present study addressed the relationship among job identification, gender identification, stereotype threat perception at work, anxiety, work specific efficacy, job satisfaction, and turnover intent. A hypothesized model that connected the possible relations among stereotype threat, gender identification, job identification, job anxiety, work specific self-efficacy, job satisfaction, and turnover intent was tested using data from 267 working women.
Paige, Ciara Cascharelle, "The effects of stereotype threat on job anxiety, job satisfaction, work specific self-efficacy, and turnover intent" (2010). Theses Digitization Project. 3825.