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Annie B. Fox, PhD


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Annie B. Fox, PhD

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Project Coordinator

Women's Health Sciences Division

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  • University of Connecticut, Social Psychology with a concentration in Quantitative Methods, PhD 2011
  • University of Connecticut, Social Psychology, MA 2009
  • College of the Holy Cross, Psychology, BA 2004

Expertise and Interests

  • Impact of stigma on physical, psychological, and behavioral outcomes
  • Women, work, and family
  • Quantitative Methods

Membership in Professional Societies

  • American Psychological Association
  • Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
  • Society of Personality and Social Psychology

Awards and Honors

  • Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Grants-in-aid award 2010
  • Psi Chi Dissertation Award 2010

Selected Publications

Crawford, M., & Fox, A.B. (2011). Violence against women. In M. Crawford's Transformations: Women, Gender and Psychology (2nd edition). McGraw-Hill.

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