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Impostor syndrome and individual competence - Jessica Rose - Codemotion Amsterdam 2016

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Impostor syndrome and individual competence - Jessica Rose - Codemotion Amsterdam 2016

  1. 1. @jesslynnrose Imposter Syndrome & Individual CompetenceBy Jess Rose
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  5. 5. @jesslynnrose Zone of Proximal Development Too Difficult Too Easy zpd
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  8. 8. @jesslynnrose Cognitive Bias: a systematic pattern of deviation from norm or rationality in judgment, whereby inferences about other people and situations may be drawn in an illogical fashion. Individuals create their own "subjective social reality" from their perception of the input. -Wikipedia
  9. 9. @jesslynnrose Your brain using bad data to build worse conclusions that it becomes really attached to. Cognitive Bias: -My Husband
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  11. 11. @jesslynnrose What does impostor syndrome do?
  12. 12. @jesslynnrose Imes and Clance, 1978: feelings of INADEQUAC Y AVOIDING DISPLAY S of target Use of CHARM, SOCIAL MITIGATION INCREASE D Diligence & dedicati on
  13. 13. @jesslynnrose Who is impacted by impostor syndrome?
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  15. 15. @jesslynnrose Imes and Clance 1978: High achieving women often impacted by syndrome.
  16. 16. @jesslynnrose Vera, Vasquez, Corona 2006: High achieving women of colour often impacted by syndrome.
  17. 17. @jesslynnrose Tl;dr of loads of papers: High achieving visible minorities, especially women are often impacted.
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  21. 21. @jesslynnrose Internalizing Discrimination
  22. 22. @jesslynnrose What is technology doing to impostor syndrome?
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  25. 25. @jesslynnrose Making it better for others
  26. 26. @jesslynnrose DO NOT: Tell someone they have imposter syndrome
  27. 27. @jesslynnrose DO: Give positive meaningful and actionable feedback
  28. 28. @jesslynnrose DO: Talk about your own feelings and fears when you feel comfortable doing so
  29. 29. @jesslynnrose Fixing it yourself
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  35. 35. @jesslynnrose Imes and Clance, 1978: feelings of INADEQUAC Y AVOIDING DISPLAY S of target Use of CHARM, SOCIAL MITIGATION INCREASE D Diligence & dedicati on
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  38. 38. @jesslynnrose 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Bottom Quartile 2nd Quartile 3rd Quartile Top Quartile Percentile% Actual Test Score
  39. 39. @jesslynnrose 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Bottom Quartile 2nd Quartile 3rd Quartile Top Quartile Percentile% Percieved Ability Actual Test Score
  40. 40. @jesslynnrose Unskilled aren’t aware of their own LACK OF SKILL are unable to ASSESS & VALUE others’ skills can only move past their LACK OF SKILLS when they RECOGNIZE their lack of skill
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  45. 45. @jesslynnrose Thank you.

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