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Women Scientists Who Made Nuclear Astrophysics (2019)


Hampton, C. V., Lugaro, M., Papakonstantinou, P., Isar, P. G., Nordström, B., Özkan, N., Aliotta, M., Ćiprijanović, A., Curtis, S., Di Criscienzo, M., den Hartogh, J., Font, A. S., Kankainen, A., Kobayashi, C., Lederer-Woods, C., Niemczura, E., Rauscher, T., Spyrou, A., Van Eck, S., . . . Collet, R. (2019). Women Scientists Who Made Nuclear Astrophysics. In A. Formicola, M. Junker, L. Gialanella, & G. Imbriani (Eds.), NIC 2018 : Nuclei in the Cosmos XV (pp. 367-372). Springer. Springer Proceedings in Physics, 219. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-13876-9_67


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All authors or editors: Hampton, Christine V.; Lugaro, Maria; Papakonstantinou, Panagiota; Isar, P. Gina; Nordström, Birgitta; Özkan, Nalan; Aliotta, Marialuisa; Ćiprijanović, Aleksandra; Curtis, Sanjana; Di Criscienzo, Marcella; et al.

Parent publication: NIC 2018 : Nuclei in the Cosmos XV

Parent publication editors: Formicola, Alba; Junker, Matthias; Gialanella, Lucio; Imbriani, Gianluca

Place and date of conference: Assergi, Italy, 24.-29.6.2018

ISBN: 978-3-030-13875-2

eISBN: 978-3-030-13876-9

Journal or series: Springer Proceedings in Physics

ISSN: 0930-8989

eISSN: 1867-4941

Publication year: 2019

Number in series: 219

Pages range: 367-372

Number of pages in the book: 472

Publisher: Springer

Place of Publication: Cham

Publication country: Switzerland

Publication language: English

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-13876-9_67

Publication open access: Not open

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Publication is parallel published (JYX): https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/66813


Abstract

Female role models reduce the impact on women of stereotype threat, i.e., of being at risk of conforming to a negative stereotype about one’s social, gender, or racial group (Fine in Delusion of Gender. W.W. Norton & Co., NY, p. 36, 2010 [1]; Steele and Aronson in J Pers Soc Psychol 69:797–811, 1995 [2]). This can lead women scientists to underperform or to leave their scientific career because of negative stereotypes such as, not being as talented or as interested in science as men. Sadly, history rarely provides role models for women scientists; instead, it often renders these women invisible (CafeBabel Homepage [3]). In response to this situation, we present a selection of twelve outstanding women who helped to develop nuclear astrophysics.


Keywords: women; researchers; nuclear physics; astrophysics; radioactivity; nuclear fission; astronomy; cosmology

Free keywords: women scientists; nuclear physics; astrophysics; radioactivity; fission; astronomy; cosmology; solar studies; historical


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Reporting Year: 2019

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