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Type: Poster, From Margin to Center Stage: Disrupting Oppressive Stereotypes and Contexts across Identities [clear filter]
Saturday, March 7
 

1:05pm

Culture, Body Size Discrepancy, and Disordered Eating Among Asian American Women RedwoodRebekah Smart- CSU Fullerton • Yuying Tsong- CSU Fullerton Disability and Multiple Sclerosis: Stigma, Outness, and Links with Psychological Well-Being RedwoodAaron Breslow • Jessica Esposito- Teachers College • Riddhi Sandil- Teachers College • Aaron Foster • Elizabeth Geiger- Teachers College- Columbia Uni Experiencing Microaggressions: Women with Apparent and Nonapparent Disabilities RedwoodGoldie VanHeel- CSPP at Alliant International University • Melody Schaff- CSPP at Alliant International University • Rhoda Olkin- CSPP at Alliant International University Food Allergies Summer Camp RedwoodAlette Coble-Temple- John F. Kennedy University • Loretta Markus- John F. Kennedy University Gender and Psychiatric Drug Prescriptions among Intellectually Disabled Individuals RedwoodAlisha Young- Community Health Resources Manchester • Vincent Covino- State of CT Dept. of Developmental Services • Jessica Suckle-Nelson- Southern CT State University • William Sherman- Southern Connecticut State University • Javier Salabarria- Masonicare Health Center Wallingford Gendering revolt: Understanding women's constructions of 'dirty' and 'disgusting' bodies RedwoodNatali Blazevic- Arizona State University Moving Disability from the Margins: The Representation of Disability in Psychology of Women Textbooks RedwoodCorrine Bertram- Shippensburg University Problematizing (the lack of) eating disorders research exploring diversity: A critical review RedwoodAlicia Harlow- The Sage Colleges • Autumn Malone- The Sage Colleges • Devon Quackenbush- The Sage Colleges • Kelsey Lindsey- The Sage Colleges • Whitney Griffin- The Sage Colleges • Ashley Palandra- University of British Columbia Subcultured, Racialized, and Marginalized: The Thing that Binds you! LGBTQQII Women of Color RedwoodApril Chartrand- SFSU Department of Counseling The Mediating Effects of Objectified Body Consciousness On Personality and Disordered Eating Attitudes RedwoodGayle Bessenoff- Southern Connecticut State University • Jacqueline Bushey- Southern CT State University