Abigail J. Stewart

Psychology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
"Abigail Stewart"
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Newton NJ, Chauhan PK, Spirling ST, et al. (2018) Level of choice in older women's decisions to retire or continue working and associated well-being. Journal of Women & Aging. 1-18
Jones RD, Griffith KA, Ubel PA, et al. (2016) A Mixed-Methods Investigation of the Motivations, Goals, and Aspirations of Male and Female Academic Medical Faculty. Academic Medicine : Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
Jagsi R, Griffith KA, Jones R, et al. (2016) Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Experiences of Academic Medical Faculty. Jama. 315: 2120-1
Curtin N, Malley J, Stewart AJ. (2016) Mentoring the Next Generation of Faculty: Supporting Academic Career Aspirations Among Doctoral Students Research in Higher Education. 1-25
Holliday E, Griffith KA, De Castro R, et al. (2015) Gender differences in resources and negotiation among highly motivated physician-scientists. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 30: 401-7
Rios D, Stewart AJ. (2015) Insider and outsider-within standpoints: The experiences of diverse faculty in science and engineering fields Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 21: 295-322
Curtin N, Stewart AJ, Cole ER. (2015) Challenging the Status Quo: The Role of Intersectional Awareness in Activism for Social Change and Pro-Social Intergroup Attitudes Psychology of Women Quarterly. 39: 512-529
Perlman D, Hunter AG, Stewart AJ. (2015) Psychology, History, and Social Justice: Concluding Reflections Journal of Social Issues. 71: 402-413
Stewart AJ, Winter DG, Henderson-King D, et al. (2015) How Politics Become Personal: Sociohistorical Events and their Meanings in People's Lives Journal of Social Issues. 71: 294-308
Hunter AG, Stewart AJ. (2015) Past as Prologue: How History Becomes Psychologically Present Journal of Social Issues. 71: 219-228
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