Her scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Interpersonal communication, Developmental psychology, Interpersonal relationship and Lesbian. Eden B. King is involved in the study of Social psychology that focuses on Organizational commitment in particular. Her studies deal with areas such as Employment discrimination, Prejudice and Affect emotion as well as Interpersonal communication.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Well-being, Personality and Organizational citizenship behavior in addition to Developmental psychology. Her study in Interpersonal relationship is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social relation and Diversity. Eden B. King combines subjects such as Construct, Sexual orientation, Supervisor and Public relations with her study of Lesbian.
Her primary areas of study are Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Public relations, Interpersonal communication and Diversity. Her Social psychology research integrates issues from Lesbian and Perception. Her studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Workforce, Ethnic group and Well-being.
Her Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Empirical evidence, Empirical research and Value. Eden B. King frequently studies issues relating to Interpersonal relationship and Interpersonal communication. Her primary area of study in Diversity is in the field of Diversity training.
Eden B. King spends much of her time researching Social psychology, Gender studies, Developmental psychology, Diversity and Industrial and organizational psychology. Her study in Supervisor extends to Social psychology with its themes. In her study, Occupational safety and health and Workforce is inextricably linked to Taboo, which falls within the broad field of Gender studies.
Her Developmental psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Race ethnicity, Ethnic group, Job performance, Latent class model and Competence. The Diversity study combines topics in areas such as Subjectivity, Inclusion and Undergraduate research, Medical education. Her Industrial and organizational psychology course of study focuses on Intrapersonal communication and Expression, Sexual orientation, Survey methodology and Coping.
Eden B. King mainly focuses on Diversity, Philosophy of science, Social psychology, Ideology and Work life. The concepts of her Diversity study are interwoven with issues in Inclusion, Undergraduate research, Medical education and Occupational safety and health. The Philosophy of science study combines topics in areas such as Data science and Data analysis.
Her studies deal with areas such as Peer review and Scholarship as well as Social psychology.
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Not So Subtle A Meta-Analytic Investigation of the Correlates of Subtle and Overt Discrimination
Kristen P. Jones;Chad I. Peddie;Veronica L. Gilrane;Eden B. King.
Journal of Management (2016)
The Swimsuit Becomes Us All: Ethnicity, Gender, and Vulnerability to Self-Objectification
Michelle R. Hebl;Eden B. King;Jean Lin.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2004)
The stigma of obesity in customer service: a mechanism for remediation and bottom-line consequences of interpersonal discrimination.
Eden B. King;Jenessa R. Shapiro;Michelle R. Hebl;Sarah L. Singletary.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2006)
Hostile and benevolent reactions toward pregnant women: complementary interpersonal punishments and rewards that maintain traditional roles.
Michelle R. Hebl;Eden B. King;Peter Glick;Sarah L. Singletary.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2007)
Understanding Tokenism: Antecedents and Consequences of a Psychological Climate of Gender Inequity
Eden B. King;Michelle R. Hebl;Jennifer M. George;Sharon F. Matusik.
Linking Personality to Helping Behaviors at Work: An Interactional Perspective
Eden B. King;Jennifer M. George;Michelle R. Hebl.
Supporting a diverse workforce: What type of support is most meaningful for lesbian and gay employees?
Ann H. Huffman;Kristen M. Watrous-Rodriguez;Eden B. King.
Human Resource Management (2008)
AN EXPERIMENTAL FIELD STUDY OF INTERPERSONAL DISCRIMINATION TOWARD MUSLIM JOB APPLICANTS
Eden B. King;Afra S. Ahmad.
Personnel Psychology (2010)
What do the young (old) people think of me? Content and accuracy of age-based metastereotypes
Lisa M. Finkelstein;Katherine M. Ryan;Eden B. King.
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (2013)
Benevolent Sexism at Work Gender Differences in the Distribution of Challenging Developmental Experiences
Eden B. King;Whitney Botsford;Michelle R. Hebl;Stephanie Kazama.
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