Contending with Stereotype Threat at Work: A Model of Long Term Responses

CE Credits
2
Exam Items
10
Description
This article descibes expressions of stereotype threat, and resilience to stereotype threat in the workplace.
Learning Objectives
  • Summarize research findings demonstrating the consequences of stereotype threat.
  • Explain how the effects of stereotype threat can be resisted.
  • Describe organizational factors that contribute to stereotype threat in the workplace.         

Instructor(s)

Caryn J. Block, PhD Associate Professor of Psychology and Education in the Social-organizational Psychology program, Teachers College, Columbia University

Sandy M. Koch, Doctoral Candidate in Social-organizational Psychology program, Teachers College, Columbia University

Benjamin Liberman, Doctoral Candidate in Social-organizational Psychology programs, Teachers College, Columbia University

Tarani J. Merriweather, Doctoral Candidate in Social-organizational Psychology programs, Teachers College, Columbia University

Loriann Roberson, PhD Professor of Psychology and Education in the Social-organizational Psychology program, Teachers College, Columbia University         

Co-sponsor(s)

Division 17This Continuing Education program is in partnership with the Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology).

Price
$40.00 for Non-members
$30.00 for Members/Affiliates
Enrollment Limit
0