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Insights into Sexism: Male Status and Performance Moderates Female-Directed Hostile and Amicable Behaviour

Fig 2

The predicted number of positive comments as a function of manipulation and the relative difference in maximum skill level achieved.

The number of positive statements made by the focal player was positively correlated with the difference in the maximum skill achieved of the focal player relative to the experimental player, and was significantly affected by the experimental manipulation. A focal player with was more positive towards a female-voiced player when they had a greater relative difference in maximum skill level, and more negative towards a female-voiced teammate when they had a lower relative difference in maximum skill level.

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