Equity in Teaching Evaluations Publications

[1] S. A. Basow, Student ratings of professors are not gender blind, (1994).
[2] S. A. Basow and N. T. Silberg, Student evaluation of college professors: Are female and male professors rated differently?, Journal of Educational Psychology 79 no. 3 (1987), 308-314.
[3] S. K. Bennett, Student perceptions of and expectations for male and female instructors: Evidence relating to the quesion of gender bias in teaching evaluations, Journal of Educational Psychology 74 no. 2 (1982), 170-179.
[4] P. B. Elmore and K. A. LaPointe, Effects of Teacher Sex and Student Sex on Evalution of College Instructors, Journal of Higher Education 66 no. 3 (1974).
[5] P. B. Elmore and K. A. LaPointe, Effects of teacher sex, student sex & teacher warmth on evaluation of college instructor, Journal of Higher Ed Psychology 67 no. 3 (1975).
[6] M. A. Ferber and J. A. Huber, Sex of Student & Instructor: A Study of Student Bias, American Journal of Sociology 80 no. 4 (1975).
[7] N. Hensel, Realizing Gender Equality in Higher Education, ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report 2, (1991).
[8] C. Hogan, Review of the literature: The evaluation of teaching in higher education, Instructional Development Center, McMaster University (1978).
[9] N. Koblitz, Are Student Ratings Unfair to Women, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 20 no. 5 (1990), 17-19.
[10] N. Koblitz, Bias and other factors in student ratings, Chronicle of Higher Education 93/9/1 (1993), B3.
[11] J. P. Lombardo and M. Tocci, Attribution of positive and negative characteristics of instructor as function of attractiveness and sex of instructor and sex of subject, Perceptual & Motor Skills 48 (1979).
[12] A. Statham and L. Richardson,Gender and University Teaching, SUNY Press (1991).
[13] A. Statham, L. Richardson, and J. Cook,Gender and University Teaching: A Negotiated Difference, SUNY Press (1991).