Kathi Miner
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Writing about the perceived benefits of traumatic events: Implications for physical health
LA King, KN Miner
Personality and social psychology bulletin 26 (2), 220-230, 2000
Red light, green light: Making sense of the organizational context for issue selling
JE Dutton, SJ Ashford, KA Lawrence, K Miner-Rubino
Organization Science 13 (4), 355-369, 2002
Beyond targets: Consequences of vicarious exposure to misogyny at work.
K Miner-Rubino, LM Cortina
Journal of Applied psychology 92 (5), 1254, 2007
Working in a context of hostility toward women: implications for employees' well-being.
K Miner-Rubino, LM Cortina
Journal of occupational health psychology 9 (2), 107, 2004
Trait self-objectification in women: Affective and personality correlates
K Miner-Rubino, JM Twenge, BL Fredrickson
Journal of Research in Personality 36 (2), 147-172, 2002
Experiencing Incivility in Organizations: The Buffering Effects of Emotional and Organizational Support1
KN Miner, IH Settles, JS PRATT‐HYATT, CC Brady
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42 (2), 340-372, 2012
Testing a moderated mediational model of workgroup incivility: The roles of organizational trust and group regard
K Miner‐Rubino, WD Reed
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 40 (12), 3148-3168, 2010
Gender, sexual orientation, and workplace incivility: Who is most targeted and who is most harmed?
L Zurbrügg, KN Miner
Frontiers in psychology 7, 565, 2016
Gender gaps in overestimation of math performance
SW Bench, HC Lench, J Liew, K Miner, SA Flores
Sex roles 72, 536-546, 2015
Derogation, discrimination, and (dis) satisfaction with jobs in science: A gendered analysis
IH Settles, LM Cortina, NCT Buchanan, KN Miner
Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (2), 179-191, 2013
Observing incivility toward coworkers and negative emotions: Do gender of the target and observer matter?
KN Miner, A Eischeid
Sex Roles 66, 492-505, 2012
Observed workplace incivility toward women, perceptions of interpersonal injustice, and observer occupational well-being: Differential effects for gender of the observer
KN Miner, LM Cortina
Frontiers in psychology 7, 482, 2016
Does being a mom help or hurt? Workplace incivility as a function of motherhood status.
KN Miner, AD Pesonen, AL Smittick, ML Seigel, EK Clark
Journal of occupational health psychology 19 (1), 60, 2014
A workplace incivility roadmap: Identifying theoretical speedbumps and alternative routes for future research.
KN Miner, I Diaz, RL Wooderson, JN McDonald, AL Smittick, LC Lomeli
Journal of occupational health psychology 23 (3), 320, 2018
From “her” problem to “our” problem: Using an individual lens versus a social-structural lens to understand gender inequity in STEM
KN Miner, JM Walker, ME Bergman, VA Jean, A Carter-Sowell, ...
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 11 (2), 267-290, 2018
Gender, social class, and the subjective experience of aging: Self-perceived personality change from early adulthood to late midlife
K Miner-Rubino, DG Winter, AJ Stewart
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (12), 1599-1610, 2004
Is it always this cold? Chilly interpersonal climates as a barrier to the well-being of early-career women faculty in STEM
KN Miner, SC January, KK Dray, AR Carter-Sowell
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal 38 (2), 226-245, 2019
Personality after the prime of life: Men and women coming to terms with regrets
CM Torges, AJ Stewart, K Miner-Rubino
Journal of Research in Personality 39 (1), 148-165, 2005
Misery loves company: Team dissonance and the influence of supervisor-focused interpersonal justice climate on team cohesiveness.
AC Stoverink, EE Umphress, RG Gardner, KN Miner
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (6), 1059, 2014
Smoking in college women: The role of thinness pressures, media exposure, and critical consciousness
AN Zucker, ZA Harrell, K Miner-Rubino, AJ Stewart, CS Pomerleau, ...
Psychology of women quarterly 25 (3), 233-241, 2001
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