Publications and Presentations

  1. Becker, J.C., Zawadzki, M.J., & Shields, S.A. (2014). Confronting and Reducing Sexism: A Call for Research on Intervention. Journal of Social Issues, 70(4), 603-614.
  2. Cundiff, J. L., Zawadzki, M. J., Danube, C. L., & Shields, S. A. (2014). Using experiential learning to increase the recognition of everyday sexism as harmful: The WAGES intervention. Journal of Social Issues, 70(4), 703-721.
  3. Stealth Instruction through Games: WAGES (Workshop Activity for Gender Equity Simulation) Demonstrates Gender Inequity in the Workplace, 2014
    -presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 2014.
  4. Faculty and Administrators’ Evaluation of The Workshop Activity for Gender Equity Simulation in the Academy (WAGES–Academic), 2014.
    -presented at the biennial conference for the Society of the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Portland, OR. McCormick, Dicicco, Shields, and Zawadzki, 2014
  5. Zawadzki, M. J., Shields, S. A., Danube, C. L., & Swim, J. K. (2014). Reducing the endorsement of sexism using experiential learning: The workshop activity for gender equity simulation (WAGES). Psychology of Women Quarterly, 38(1), 75-92.
  6. Zawadzki, M. J., Danube, C. L., & Shields, S. A. (2012). How to talk about gender inequity in the workplace: Using WAGES as an experiential learning tool to reduce reactance and promote self-efficacy. Sex Roles, 67(11), 605-616.
  7. How to Talk About Gender Equity in the Workplace, 2011
  8. Symposium at the APA's 119th Convention in Washington D.C. How Can We Reduce Sexist Beliefs and Behavior? Interventions that Work
  9. Shields, S. A., Zawadzki, M. J., & Johnson, R. N. (2011). The impact of a workshop activity for gender equity simulation in the academy (WAGES-Academic) in demonstrating cumulative effects of gender bias. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 4, 120-129.
  10. "Using Experiential Learning to Reduce Sexism: WAGES Increases Knowledge, Changes Attitudes, and Influences Behaviors," paper for symposium, "How Can We Reduce Sexist Beliefs and Behavior? Interventions that Work," to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 2011.
  11. Workshop Activity for Gender Equity Simulation (WAGES),” poster to be presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, Philadelphia, March 2011.
  12. “Intervention with STEM Faculty: WAGES as experience-based learning,” paper for the symposiumPromoting Women’s Advancement in STEM Fields through Targeted Interventions.” Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, New Orleans, LA, June 2010.
  13. Using WAGES to Raise Awareness of and Reduce Sexism, 2010
    - presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
  14. Presentation to the Penn State Commission for Women, 2009
  15. Penn State ADVANCE Program Adaptation, Implementation, and Dissemination (PAID) proposal to the NSF, 2008