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Threatening Stereotypes and Testing Women for Combat Jobs

Truman Project and Center for National Policy

In the wake of the announcement lifting the outright ban on women being assigned to ground combat arms jobs and small units, the military is focusing intensely on physical demands and abilities as they consider which positions and roles should be opened to women. A phenomenon known as stereotype threat could skew the results of this testing, which could have major policy implications.

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