Stereotype Threat Reduces Motivation to Improve: Effects of Stereotype Threat and Feedback on Women's Intentions to Improve Mathematical Ability
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Continuing Education Credit: 2
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This is a test-based course based on an article. The article we examines the impact of objectification in the domain of sexual assault, specifically victim blaming and perceived suffering. Article: Loughnan, S. L., Pina, A., Vasquez, E. A., Puvia, E. (2013) Sexual Objectification Increases Rape Victim Blame and Decreases Perceived Suffering. Psychology of Women Quarterly, vol. 37 no. 4, 455-461. The article is not included in the price of the course.
Perceived Sexist Events and Psychological Distress of Sexual Minority Women of Color: The Moderating Role of Womanism - 2 CE Credits
SPW Member price: $21; Non-member price $28. This is a test-based course based on an article. The article reveals how assessing and exploring sexist events, placing these experiences in a larger sociocultural context of oppression, connecting with the legacy of social activism of marginalized groups, and encouraging supportive networks may diminish distress. Article: Perceived Sexist Events and Psychological Distress of Sexual Minority Women of Color. The Moderating Roles of Womanism. Psychology of Women Quarterly June 2013 37: 167-178, first published on January 15, 2013.
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Member price: $21; Non-member price $28. The researchers describe the effectiveness of an experiential learning-based intervention (Workshop Activity for Gender Equity Simulation–Academic [WAGES-Academic]) to reduce sexism endorsement. Test-based home study CE course. Price does not include cost of PWQ article. Article: Zawadzki, M. J., Shields, S. A., Danube, C. L., & Swim, J. K. (2013). Reducing the Endorsement of Sexism Using Experiential Learning The Workshop Activity for Gender Equity Simulation (WAGES). Psychology of Women Quarterly, 0361684313498573.
Member price: Free!; Non-member price: Free!. Researchers describe a study of risk factors for suicidal ideation among African American and European American college women. Test-based home study CE course. Price includes cost of PWQ article. Article: Lamis, Dorian A. and Lester, David. (2012). Risk Factors for Suicidal Ideation Among African American and European American College Women. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 36, pp. 337-349. doi:10.1177/0361684312439186
This non-credit, free program consists of a video produced by the American and California Psychological Association Public Education Campaign (PEC) and a short quiz.
Member price: $21; Non-member price $28. This course applies the Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Girls and Women to psychological issues faced by Women with Disabilities. Test-based home study CE course. Price does not include article. Article: Banks, Martha E. (2010). 2009 Division 35 Presidential address: Feminist psychology and women with disabilities: An emerging alliance. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34 (4), 431-442.