Are all researchers male? Gender misattributions in citations

I screen academic literature for cases of misattribution of cited author’s gender. While such mistakes are overall not common, their frequency depends dramatically on the gender of the cited author. Female scholar are cited as if they were male more than ten times more often than the opposite happens, probably revealing that citers are influenced by the gender-science stereotype. The gender of the citing author and the field of study appear to have only limited effect.

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@article{krawczyk2017all, title={Are all researchers male? Gender misattributions in citations}, author={Krawczyk, Micha{\l}}, journal={Scientometrics}, volume={110}, number={3}, pages={1397--1402}, year={2017}, publisher={Springer} }
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