A paper coauthored by Jin Goh, assistant professor of psychology, was covered by UPI and other media outlets. The study finds that “women who don’t fit female stereotypes of look or personality are perceived as less credible when lodging sexual harassment claims,” UPI reports. Goh told UPI that study “participants were less likely to label these ambiguous scenarios as sexual harassment when the targets were non-stereotypical women compared with stereotypical women, despite the fact that both stereotypical and non-stereotypical targets experienced the same incident.” 

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