1-6

 

Fiske et al.’s Stereotype Content Model applied to subtypes of women,

 

41

1-7

 

Percentage of doctorates granted to females,

 

58

1-8

 

Percentage of tenured faculty who are women,

 

59

1-9

 

Women fast-track professionals with babies in the household, by age of professional,

 

62

1-10

 

Physical science, mathematics, and engineering applicant pool and faculty positions at The University of California, Berkeley,

 

76

1-11

 

Biological and health sciences applicant pool and faculty positions at the University of California, Berkeley,

 

77

1-12

 

Departmental hiring vs the applicant pool, University of California, Berkeley,

 

78

1-13

 

Children in households among assistant professors at the University of California, Berkeley,

 

80

1-14

 

Number of science and engineering bachelor’s degrees awarded to minority females, by race and ethnicity, 1994-2001,

 

84

1-15

 

Number of science and engineering doctorates awarded to minority-group women, by race and ethnicity, 1994-2001,

 

85

1-16

 

Medical school faculty by rank, gender, race, and ethnicity,

 

86

1-17

 

Number of science and engineering doctorate holders employed in science and engineering occupations in universities and 4-year colleges, by race, ethnicity, and faculty rank, 2001,

 

87

 

Section 2

 

2-1

 

Percentage of doctorates granted to females, 1974-2004,

 

103

2-2

 

Percentage of tenured faculty who are female, by discipline, 1973-2001,

 

104

2-3

 

Gender differences in tenure track job within 5 years of PhD,

 

105

2-4

 

Gender differences in promotion to tenure 10 years past PhD,

 

105

2-5

 

Gender salary gap by academic rank, 2001 SDR,

 

109

2-6

 

Biopsychosocial model in which the nature-nurture dichotomy is replaced with a continuous feedback loop,

 

117

2-7

 

An example of a mental rotation task. Can the pairs of figures in A and B be rotated so that they are identical? Reaction times and correct answers are recorded,

 

119

2-8

 

Gender differences in achievement: 15 year old and 8th grade students,

 

122

2-9

 

Average SAT scores of entering college classes, 1967-2004,

 

123

2-10

 

Georgia Institute of Technology female faculty by rank and year, institution-wide,

 

145

2-11

 

Georgia Institute of Technology faculty flux charts,

 

146



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