appicons_programming
Description

Authors:

  • Rachel Amey, Univ. of Delaware
  • Adam Magerman, Univ. of Delaware
  • Mengting Liu, Univ. of Delaware
  • Lisa Jaremka, Univ. of Delaware
  • Katherine Thorson, New York Univ.
  • Tessa West, NYU
  • Chad Forbes,
While continuous EEG activity was recorded, brain synchrony between a stereotype threatened actor and her non-threated partner engendered emotion contagion to undermine partners’ but not actors’ performance. Findings suggest that this stereotype-based stress contagion may prompt negative group outcomes in STEM via brain synchrony and not just for those directly under threat.