Nao Hagiwara, Ph.D.

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2010 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Area:
Social Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Ethnic and Racial Studies
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Deborah A. Kashy grad student 2010 Michigan State
 (The effects of Blacks' physical characteristics on Whites' evaluations of Blacks and Blacks' experiences with discrimination: Separating the effects of facial features from skin tone.)
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Vrana SR, Vrana DT, Penner LA, et al. (2017) Latent Semantic Analysis: A new measure of patient-physician communication. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 198: 22-26
Hagiwara N, Dovidio JF, Eggly S, et al. (2016) The effects of racial attitudes on affect and engagement in racially discordant medical interactions between non-Black physicians and Black patients. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations : Gpir. 19: 509-527
Penner LA, Dovidio JF, Hagiwara N, et al. (2016) An Analysis of Race-related Attitudes and Beliefs in Black Cancer Patients: Implications for Health Care Disparities. Journal of Health Care For the Poor and Underserved. 27: 1503-20
Hagiwara N, Alderson CJ, Mezuk B. (2016) Differential Effects of Personal-Level vs Group-Level Racial Discrimination on Health among Black Americans. Ethnicity & Disease. 26: 453-60
Penner LA, Dovidio JF, Gonzalez R, et al. (2016) The Effects of Oncologist Implicit Racial Bias in Racially Discordant Oncology Interactions. Journal of Clinical Oncology : Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology
Hagiwara N, Slatcher RB, Eggly S, et al. (2016) Physician Racial Bias and Word Use during Racially Discordant Medical Interactions. Health Communication. 1-8
Hagiwara N, Dovidio JF, Eggly S, et al. (2016) The effects of racial attitudes on affect and engagement in racially discordant medical interactions between non-Black physicians and Black patients Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 19: 509-527
Hagiwara N, Alderson CJ, McCauley JM. (2015) "We get what we deserve": the belief in a just world and its health consequences for Blacks. Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 38: 912-21
Fujisawa D, Hagiwara N. (2015) Cancer Stigma and its Health Consequences Current Breast Cancer Reports. 7: 143-150
Hagiwara N, Kashy DA, Penner LA. (2014) A novel analytical strategy for patient-physician communication research: the one-with-many design. Patient Education and Counseling. 95: 325-31
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