Under stereotype threat, how does your brain react?
You arrived early at work for a town hall meeting. Another employee arrives a minute later, looks around, and asks you, when will breakfast be served?
You feel confused and realized he assumed you are catering the event. It’s hard for you to blurb a response. Now, you are under stereotype threat.
Neuroscience research indicates that this “innocuous” interaction has a negative impact on your performance. To learn more watch the video.