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It’s Just a Joke: Humor’s Effect on Perceived Sexism in Prejudiced Statements
(Rice University, 2017)
Humor’s effect was explored on the perception of prejudice. The present study was a counterbalanced 2 (Levity: Humorous, Nonhumorous) x 2 (Gender Targeted by Prejudice: Women, Men) within-subjects design requiring participants ...
Clarifying competencies: A qualitative synthesis of cross-cultural training objectives
(Rice University, 2018)
Today’s workplace is becoming more multinational and culturally diverse than ever, both in terms of U.S. organizational employment and the greater global economy. While interest in cross-cultural training has grown as a ...
Acknowledging Impostor Phenomenon: How Does It Affect and Individual's Likability?
(Rice University, 2019)
The impostor phenomenon (IP) is the feeling of being an intellectual fraud regardless of any external evidence of incompetency. Research on the effects of IP on mental health is important in understanding how to nurture ...