Margaret Stockdale

Psychology Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL 
Industrial Psychology, Social Psychology, Ethnic and Racial Studies
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Bhattacharya G, Stockdale MS. (2016) Perceptions of Sexual Harassment by Evidence Quality, Perceiver Gender, Feminism, and Right Wing Authoritarianism: Debunking Popular Myths. Law and Human Behavior
Nadler JT, Bartels LK, Sliter KA, et al. (2013) Research on the Discrimination of Marginalized Employees: Fishing in Other Ponds Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 6: 66-70
Nadler JT, Berry SA, Stockdale MS. (2013) Familiarity and sex based stereotypes on instant impressions of male and female faculty Social Psychology of Education. 16: 517-539
Stockdale MS, Nadler JT. (2013) Paradigmatic Assumptions of Disciplinary Research on Gender Disparities: The Case of Occupational Sex Segregation Sex Roles. 68: 207-215
Stockdale MS, Nadler JT. (2012) Situating Sexual Harassment in the Broader Context of Interpersonal Violence: Research, Theory, and Policy Implications Social Issues and Policy Review. 6: 148-176
Nadler JT, Stockdale MS. (2012) Workplace gender bias: Not just between strangers North American Journal of Psychology. 14: 281-292
Ohse DM, Stockdale MS. (2008) Age comparisons in workplace sexual harassment perceptions Sex Roles. 59: 240-253
Stockdale MS, Dawson-Owens HL, Sagrestano LM. (2005) Social, attitudinal, and demographic correlates of adolescent vs college-age tobacco use initiation. American Journal of Health Behavior. 29: 311-23
Stockdale MS, Berry CG, Schneider RW, et al. (2004) Perceptions of the sexual harassment of men Psychology of Men and Masculinity. 5: 158-167
Cheng Y, Stockdale MS. (2003) The validity of the three-component model of organizational commitment in a Chinese context Journal of Vocational Behavior. 62: 465-489
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