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Stephanie Shields

Education:

  1. Ph.D., 1976, The Pennsylvania State University

Biography:

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Stephanie Shields' research is at the intersection of the psychology of emotion, the psychology of gender, and feminist psychology. Her current work focuses on questions concerning when, why, and how emotion and emotionality are explicitly labeled in everyday situations, especially in the workplace. She also studies the social context of psychological research, especially the history of the psychology of women and gender, and women's participation in American psychology.

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