Assessing readiness for advancing women scientists using the transtheoretical model
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The under-representation of women in science, technology, engineering, and math disciplines is of wide interest. In this article we report on the development of new Transtheoretical Model-based measures to assess readiness to take action to advance women scientists. Reliable measures of Stage of Change, Decisional balance, and Self-efficacy were developed with a sample of science faculty from a northeastern university. Theoretical relationships among the constructs were validated and offer support for extending the Transtheoretical Model to this area. These measures are being used as part of a campus-wide initiative to examine the advancement of women scientists before and after a series of interventions. © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2006.
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Prochaska, Janice M., Leanne M. Mauriello, Karen J. Sherman, Lisa Harlow, Barbara Silver, and Janet Trubatch. "Assessing readiness for advancing women scientists using the transtheoretical model." Sex Roles 54, 11-12 (2006): 869-880. doi: 10.1007/s11199-006-9053-8.