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DANA KABAT-FARR

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                                        DANA KABAT-FARR
University of Michigan
Department of Psychology
530 Church Street #3264
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043
dkabat@umich.edu

EDUCATION

PhD Candidate in Psychology (degree expected Spring 2012)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Dissertation: Relationships at Work: Incivility, Interpersonal Citizenship and Emotion in Organizations
Committee: Lilia Cortina, Chair; David Mayer; Abigail Stewart; Robin Edelstein

M.A. in Psychology (Fall 2008)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Master’s Thesis: Selective Incivility: Unfair Treatment with Unfair Consequences
Faculty Advisor: Lilia Cortina

Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction in Psychology (2006)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Incivility in the workplace • Negative workplace behavior • Positive organizational behavior • Well-being
at work • Emotion in organizations • Gender demography in organizations • Sexual harassment •
Gender harassment • Social identities in the workplace

PUBLICATIONS

Cortina, L. M., Kabat-Farr, D., Leskinen, E. Huerta, M., & Magley, V. (in press). Selective incivility as
modern discrimination in organizations: Evidence and impact. Journal of Management.

Kabat-Farr, D., & Cortina, L. M. (in press). Selective incivility: Gender, race, and the discriminatory
workplace. Chapter to appear in S. Fox and T. Lituchy (Eds.), Gender and the dysfunctional workplace.

*Leskinen, E., Cortina, L. M., & Kabat, D. B. (2011). Gender harassment: Broadening our understanding
of sex-based harassment at work. Law and Human Behavior, 35 (1). DOI 10.1007/s10979-010-9241-5.
*Article received 2011 AWP & SPW Prize for Psychological Research on Women and Gender, Honorable Mention

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW

Kabat-Farr, D., & Cortina, L. M. (under review). Context matters: New insights into gender and
harassment in organizations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
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Lim, S., Kabat-Farr, D., Cortina, L. M., & Magley, V. (under review). Incivility and its consequences: Does
the injury extend across persons and over time? Journal of Applied Psychology.

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

Kabat-Farr, D. & Cortina, L. M. Incivility, emotion and gender in organizations. Analysis stage. Targeted
for Academy of Management Journal.

Kabat-Farr, D. & Cortina, L. M. It’s all about the people: Receipt of interpersonal citizenship in
organizations. Analysis stage. Targeted for Journal of Applied Psychology.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Kabat, D. B. & Cortina, L. M. (2011, April). “Incivility got you feeling down? Emotion and organizational
commitment following uncivil work experiences.” Paper presented at the annual conference of the
Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology, Chicago.

Kabat, D. B. & Cortina, L.M. (2010, April). “Workplace Gender Context and Sex-Based Harassment: For
Whom and When Does it Matter?” Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational
Psychology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Kabat, D. B., Marchiondo, L. A., & Cortina, L. M. (2010, April). Workplace incivility and support:
Broadening our perspective on targets. Symposium chaired at the Annual Meeting of the Society for
Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

Kabat, D. B., & Cortina, L. M. (2009, August). “The Social Context of Workplace Harassment: Does the
Gender of the Situation Matter?” Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting,
Chicago, IL.

Kabat, D. B., Cortina, L. M., Leskinen, E., & Huerta, M. (2008, April). “Selective Incivility: New and
Improved Discrimination in the Workplace?” Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and
Organizational Psychology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Kabat, D. B., Leskinen, E. Huerta, M., & Cortina, L. M. (2007, May). “Incivility as Modern Discrimination
in Organizations: An Empirical Study in Three Organizations.” Poster presented at the American
Psychological Society Convention, Washington, D.C.

Kabat, D. B., & Shih, M. (2006, April). “I am Who I am: Cultural Impacts on Implicit Ideas of the Self.”
Poster presented at the Undergraduate Research Forum, Ann Arbor, MI.

HONORS AND AWARDS

Community of Scholars Fellowship (2011)
Institute for Research on Women and Gender & Rackham Graduate School, Ann Arbor, MI

Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant- Joan Kessler Celebration Award (2010) ($3,000)
Rackham Graduate School, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
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Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Grants-in-Aid Award (2010) ($1,000)
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI), Washington, DC

Barbara Perry Roberson Award (2010) ($1,000)
Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Hough Award for Psychology and Ethics (2010) ($1,500)
Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Harold and Vivien Shapiro/John Malik Award (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)
Rackham Graduate School, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Boyd/Williams Dissertation Grant for Research on Women and Work (2009) ($1,500)
Institute for Research on Women and Gender, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Pat Gurin Lecture Award (2009)
Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Rackham Conference Travel Grant (2008, 2009, 2011) ($600)
Rackham Graduate School, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

James B. Angell Scholar (2007)
College of Literature, Science, and Arts, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

TEACHING INTERESTS

Organizational Behavior • Stress in Organizations • Organizational Research Methods • Human
Resources • Leadership and Organizations • Gender and Diversity

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

TEACHING ASSISTANT

Leading People and Organizations (Fall 2009, 2010, 2011), Univ. of Michigan, Ross School of Business
   • Assisted with curriculum development for MBA-level core course
   • Graded midterm and final papers (case studies) for Dr. Scott DeRue and Dr. Maxim Sytch

Introduction to Psychology (Fall 2009), University of Michigan
    • Graduate Student Mentor position, including organizing and advising graduate student
       instructor team
    • Taught two 30-student discussion sections for Dr. Colleen Seifert, including leading discussion
       sections, advising, and preparing and grading written assignments
    • Mean student evaluations on a 5-point scale, with 5 as high: excellent instructor: 4.85.

Introduction to Organizational Psychology (Winter 2009), University of Michigan
    • Graduate Student Mentor position, including organizing and advising graduate student
       instructor team
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    •   Taught two 30-student discussion sections for Dr. Fiona Lee, including leading discussion
        sections, advising, and preparing and grading written assignments and exams
    •   Prepared and delivered a guest lecture on Gender Issues in Organizations
    •   Mean student evaluations on a 5-point scale, with 5 as high: excellent instructor: 4.82.

Research Methods (Fall 2008), University of Michigan
   • Taught two 20-student discussion sections for Dr. Jim Hoeffner, including leading discussion
       sections, advising, and preparing and grading written assignments and exams
   • Enrolled in a Sweetland Writing Center preparatory course for grading student writing
   • Mean student evaluations on a 5-point scale, with 5 as high: excellent instructor: 4.66

Introduction to Personality Psychology (Fall 2007), University of Michigan
    • Taught two 30-student discussion sections for Dr. Lilia Cortina, including leading discussion
       sections, advising, conducting exam reviews, and preparing and grading assignments and exams
    • Prepared and delivered a guest lecture on Narrative Methods in Personality Psychology
    • Mean student evaluations on a 5-point scale, with 5 as high: excellent instructor: 4.76

RESEARCH AND WORK EXPERIENCE

Research Assistant (September 2006-present)
Gender & Respect in Organizations Lab, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan
   • Worked with Dr. Lilia Cortina on a series of studies examining experiences of incivility and
       harassment at the intersections of race and gender
   • Analyzed survey data from multiple organizations
   • Directed a project to survey working women in Michigan

Data Analyst (November 2008-December 2008)
Women’s Studies Department, University of Michigan
   • Analyzed quantitative and qualitative survey data
   • Synthesized findings and developed a final report

Research Assistant (April 2007-September 2007)
University of Michigan
    • Worked with Dr. Fiona Lee on a multiple stage study investigating cultural differences in
        organizational values.
    • Coordinated activities of research team, analyzed data, collection of cultural artifacts

Research Assistant (September 2004-January 2005)
The Multiple Identities and Interpersonal Interactions Lab, University of Michigan
    • Worked with Dr. Margaret Shih on an experimental investigation of the effect of gender and
       ethnic stereotypes on perception and enjoyment of tasks
    • Recruited participants, conducted sessions, and data entry

Research Assistant (January 2004-April 2004)
University of Michigan
    • Worked with Dr. Fiona Lee on how leadership styles affect creativity in participants
    • Conducted experimental sessions, data entry
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GUEST LECTURER

Research Methods in Psychology (Psych854), February 2011
   Title: Survey Methodology in Organizational Research

Gender and the Individual (Psych/WOMENSTD 498), November 2010
   Title: Selective Incivility: New and Improved Discrimination in the Workplace?

Psychology of Gender Representations (Psych120), April 2009
    Title: Media and its Effect on Stereotype Application

Introduction to Organizational Psychology (Psych260), February 2009
    Title: Gender Issues in Organizations

Introduction to Personality Psychology (Psych290), November 2008
    Title: Narrative Methods in Personality

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND AFFILIATIONS

Admissions Committee (2010-2011)
Personality and Social Contexts Area, University of Michigan

Departmental Associate (2009-2010)
Represented graduate students at Psychology Department monthly faculty meetings, Univ. of Michigan

Steering Committee Member (2006-2010)
Michigan Association of Psychology Scholars Mentorship Program, University of Michigan

Recruitment Committee Member (2008-2009)
Personality and Social Contexts Area Recruitment Committee, University of Michigan

Committee Member (2008-2009)
Committee for Undergraduate Studies, University of Michigan

Member Affiliations
Academy of Management
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
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REFERENCES

Dr. Lilia M. Cortina                              Dr. David M. Mayer
Associate Professor                               Assistant Professor
Depts. of Psychology and Women’s Studies          Management and Organizations
University of Michigan                            Ross School of Business
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043                          University of Michigan
(734) 647-3956                                    701 Tappan St.
lilia@umich.edu                                   Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1234
                                                  (734) 936-1262
                                                  dmmayer@umich.edu

Dr. Fiona Lee                                     Dr. Abigail Stewart
Professor                                         Sandra Schwartz Tangri Distinguished Professor
Dept. of Psychology and Ross School of Business    Depts. of Psychology and Women’s Studies
University of Michigan                            Institute for Research on Women and Gender
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043                          University of Michigan
(734) 763-4384                                    204 S. State St. (Lane Hall)
fionalee@umich.edu                                Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1290
                                                  abbystew@umich.edu

								
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