Women often decline to take credit when working with men

06/10/2013 | Atlantic online, The

A series of studies suggests that women are often hesitant to take credit for their work when they work on projects with male colleagues. "Women gave more credit to their male teammates and took less credit themselves unless their role in bringing about the performance outcome was irrefutably clear or they were given explicit information about their likely task competence," the researchers found. But women were willing to take credit for their accomplishments when partnered with other women, they found.

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