Recommended Readings: Isaac Sabat, Ph.D. Monday May 3, 2021

Recommended Readings: Isaac Sabat, Ph.D. Monday May 3, 2021

The Anderson Center for Cancer Research Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and JusticeSabat, I., PhD

Virtual Lecture Series

(open to the Tri-I community)

Monday, May 3, 2021

Isaac Sabat, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Psychology

Texas A&M University

     Disclosure Dilemmas: Hidden Benefits of Revealing Not So Hidden Stigmas at Work

 Recommended Readings:

Isaac E. Sabat; Alex P. Lindsey; Eden B. King; Carolyn Winslow; Kristen P. Jones; Ashley Membere; Nicholas A. Smith. (2020). Stigma Expression Outcomes and Boundary Conditions: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Business and Psychology. 35: 171–186

Sin-Ning C. Liu, Stephanie E. V. Brown, and Isaac E. Sabat. (2019). Patching the “Leaky Pipeline”: Interventions for Women of Color Faculty in STEM Academia. Archives of Scientific Psychology. 7: 32-39

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