Dr. Sharon Roberts, Assistant Professor in Social Development Studies, has had four papers published in the past two months. The papers reflect her diverse areas of research, from improving diabetes care to examining self-esteem to engaging with the subculture of furry fandom.
Professor Roberts currently has a research grant to delve deeper into the world of "furries" and plans to release videos to her Facebook page soon.
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Recently published papers
Paquette-Warren, J., Roberts, S., Fournie, M., Tyler, M., Brown, J., Harris, S. (2014) “Improving Chronic Care through Continuing Education of Interprofessional Primary Healthcare Teams: Process Evaluation to Identify Key Program Activities” Journal of Interprofessional Care. January 7. Early Online, 1-7.
Plante, C., Roberts, S., Reysen, S., & Gerbasi, K. (2013). The Interaction of Intergroup Socio-structural Characteristics on Identity Concealment and Self-Esteem in Stigmatized Minority Group Members. Current Psychology 32, 4, 1-17.
Plante, C. N., Roberts, S. E., Reysen, S., & Gerbasi, K. C. (2013, September 9). “One of Us”: Engagement With Fandoms and Global Citizenship Identification. Psychology of Popular Media Culture. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1037/ppm0000008 1-16.
Harris S, Paquette-Warren J, Roberts S, Fournie M, Thind A, Ryan BL, Thorpe C, Terry A, Brown JB, Stewart M, Webster-Bogaert S. (2013). Improving Diabetes Care in Family Practice: Results of a Mixed-Methods Evaluation of Partnerships for Health: A Quality Improvement Initiative for Diabetes Care. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 26, 6, 711-718.