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Nature: Women must not be obscured in science’s history

Harvard Business Review : Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome

Scientific American: Women in Science May Suffer Lasting Career Damage from COVID-19

Nature: Five tips for boosting diversity on campus

The Conversation: Por qué las mujeres no quiere escribir en The Conversation

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  • Nature Conferences: no more ‘manels’. Nature
  • Harvard Business Review: A Lack of Sponsorship Is Keeping Women from Advancing into Leadership. HBR
  • Levante: El rol de las mujeres en la ciencia. Levante
  • Ciencia con Futuro: Sí a una familia, sí a una carrera científica. Ciencia con futuro
  • The Conversation: 10 medidas para un laboratorio más violeta. Conversation
  • EJN: Gender bias in (neuro)science: Facts, consequences, and solutions. EJN
  • Cell Editorial: A Commitment to Gender Diversity in Peer Review. Science Direct
  • Biased Evaluation Committees Promote Fewer Women. The Scientist
  • Addressing the leaky pipeline through mentoring and support: a personal perspective. Nature
  • N.I.H. Head Calls for End to All-Male Panels of Scientists. NY Times
  • Are hormones a “female problem” for animal research?Science
  • Gender bias in (neuro)science: facts, consequences and solutions. Online library
  • Nearly half of US female scientists leave full-time science after first child. Nature
  • An academic mother’s wish list: 12 things universities need. Nature
  • Developental Cell´s: A Space for Women´s Voices. Developental Cell´s Editorial, 2018
  • Why fewer women than men ask questions at conferences. Nature, 2018
  • No, las niñas no son peores en ciencias. El
  • Entrevista a la presidenta de la SENC Agnès Gruart en Diario Feminista. El Diario Feminista
  • How female scientists can confront gender bias in the workplaceNature
  • Nature Cell Biology´s Editorial: Celebrating women in Science. Nature, 2018 , Nature, 2018
  • Nature´s Editorial. Nature’s under-representation of women: Women continue to form too small a proportion of this journal’s authors and referees. Nature, 2018
  • Authorship and citation manipulation in academic research. Eric A. Fong, Allen W. Wilhite. PLOSone, 2017
  • Messages about brilliance undermine women’s interest in educational and professional opportunities Lin Bian. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , 2017
  • Editorial. The European Journal of Neuroscience´s mission to increase the visibility and recognition of women in science
    Dana L. Helmreich, J Paul bolam, John J. Foxe. EJN, 2017
  • Mind the Gender Gap: Despite improvements, female scientists continue to face discrimination, unequal pay and funding disparities. Helen Shen. Nature, 2013
  • Wanted: women in research. Nature Neuroscience, Editorial, 2013
  • Why Women Don’t Apply for Jobs Unless They’re 100% Qualified. Tara Sophia Mohr. Harvard Business Review, 2014
  • Women in science in Denmark: a natural Sciences perspective. Birthe b. Kragelund et al.
  • ¿Qué subyace bajo la desigualdad de género en educación?. OCDE, PISA in Focus, 2015

Recursos. Indicadores. Informes

MICINN: Encuesta Confinamiento Personal Investigador 2020

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Artículos científicos

Dump the “dimorphism”: Comprehensive synthesis of human brain studies reveals few male-female differences beyond size. Eliot et al., 2021

The unequal impact of parenthood in academia.
Morgan et al., 2021.

Measuring the invisible: Development and multi‐industry validation of the Gender Bias Scale for Women Leaders.
Diehl et al. 2020

Unequal effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on scientists.  
Myers KR et al. 2020

Attitudes about victims of workplace sexual harassment based on sex.
Cesario B. 2020.

Gender differences in how scientists present the importance of their research: observational study.
Lerchenmueller MJ et al. 2019


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  • Historical comparison of gender inequality in scientific careers across countries and disciplines. Huang J et al. PNAS
  • The extent and drivers of gender imbalance in neuroscience reference lists. Dworkin JD et al. Nature
  • Gender equality in science, medicine, and global health: where are we at and why does it matter? Shannon G et al. Lancet
  • Perceived Subtle Gender Bias Index: Development and Validation for Use in Academia. Tran N et al. Research Gate
  • Gender in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics: Issues, Causes, Solutions.
    Charleston TES & Banaji MR. Journal of Neuroscience
  • Is Blinded Review Enough? How Gendered Outcomes Arise Even Under Anonymous Evaluation.
    Kolev J et al. NBER
  • Comparison of National Institutes of Health Grant Amounts to First-Time Male and Female Principal Investigators
    Diego FM Oliveira et al. Jama Network
  • ¿Tienen las mujeres menos oportunidades de ser contratadas? M. José González, Clara Cortina, Jorge Rodríguez. Observatorio Social La Caixa
  • The changing career trajectories of new parents in STEM. Erin A Cech  & Mary Blair-Loy. PNAS 2019
  • Are gender gaps due to evaluations of the applicant or the science? A natural experiment at a national funding agency.
    Holly O Witteman et al. The Lancet 2019
  • Women’s visibility in academic seminars: Women ask fewer questions than men. Alecia J. Carter et al. Journals
  • Gender stereotypes about intellectual ability emerge early and influence children’s interests. Lin Bian et al. Science
  • US kids’ doodles of scientists reveal changing gender stereotypes. Giorgia Guglielmi. Nature, 2018
  • Returning to Work after Childbirth in Europe: Well-Being, Work-Life Balance, and the Interplay of Supervisor Support. Ana M.Lucia-Casademung et alFrontiers, 2018
  • Threats to objectivity in peer review: the case of gender. Anna Kaatz et al. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences (CellPress, Science & Society), 2014
  • Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students. Corinne A. Moss-Racusina et al. PNAS, 2012
  • Age and Gender Differences in Self-Esteem—A Cross-Cultural Window. Wiebke Bleidorn et al. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2015
  • Sex differences in the structural connectome of the human brain. Madhura Ingalhalikara et alPNAS, 2015
  • Stuck in the Out-Group:Jennifer Can’t Grow Up, Jane’s Invisible, and Janet’s Over the Hill . Anna Kaatz y Molly Carnes. Journal of Women’s Health, 2014 
  • Understanding current causes of women’s underrepresentation in science. Stephen J. Ceci y Wendy M. Williams. PNAS, 2011

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