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What Motivates Employees to Transfer Knowledge Outside Their Work Unit?
Although intrafirm knowledge transfer is linked with higher productivity and organizational survival, information sharing across units remains a challenge. Using qualitative and quantitative methods,Expand
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Attitudinal Ambivalence and the Conflict between Group and System Justification Motives in Low Status Groups
It is argued that members of low status groups are faced with a psychological conflict between group justification tendencies to evaluate members of one’s own group favorably and system justificationExpand
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Reducing Racial Bias Among Health Care Providers: Lessons from Social-Cognitive Psychology
The paper sets forth a set of evidence-based recommendations for interventions to combat unintentional bias among health care providers, drawing upon theory and research in social cognitiveExpand
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The Association between Perceived Discrimination and Underutilization of Needed Medical and Mental Health Care in a Multi-Ethnic Community Sample
This study examines the association between perceived discrimination and underutilization of needed medical and mental health care, in a representative, multi-ethnic community sample. Data wereExpand
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Are Providers More Likely to Contribute to Healthcare Disparities Under High Levels of Cognitive Load? How Features of the Healthcare Setting May Lead to Biases in Medical Decision Making
  • D. Burgess
  • Medicine
  • Medical decision making : an international…
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Systematic reviews of healthcare disparities suggest that clinicians’ diagnostic and therapeutic decision making varies by clinically irrelevant characteristics, such as patient race, and that thisExpand
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Beliefs and experiences regarding smoking cessation among American Indians.
A dearth of information exists about American Indians' views about smoking and cessation. We present results from six focus groups conducted among current and former smokers from American IndianExpand
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Understanding the provider contribution to race/ethnicity disparities in pain treatment: insights from dual process models of stereotyping.
OBJECTIVE This article applied dual process models of stereotyping to illustrate how various psychological mechanisms may lead to unintentional provider bias in decisions about pain treatment.Expand
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Do Contact and Empathy Mitigate Bias Against Gay and Lesbian People Among Heterosexual First-Year Medical Students? A Report From the Medical Student CHANGE Study
Purpose A recent Institute of Medicine report concluded that lesbian and gay individuals face discrimination from health care providers and called for research on provider attitudes. Medical schoolExpand
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Unhealthy interactions: the role of stereotype threat in health disparities.
Stereotype threat is the unpleasant psychological experience of confronting negative stereotypes about race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or social status. Hundreds of published studiesExpand
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