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Objects in Mirror Are Closer than They Appear
Tomi-Ann Roberts ’85, a professor of psychology who co-founded "Objectification Theory," will review more than 20 years of research on the consequences of the sexualization and objectification of girls and women, focusing on findings and implications for the workplace, the courtroom and the boardroom.

Nov 17, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Tomi-Ann Roberts '85
Tomi-Ann Roberts '85, PhD (Stanford University) is professor and chair of the psychology department at Colorado College. She is a social and personality psychologist, and co-founder of "Objectification Theory," whose work centers around the emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and health consequences of the sexual objectification and sexualization of girls and women. As a feminist psychological scientist, she also believes strongly in moving beyond scholarly research to evidence-based advocacy in the service of a more equitable society. To learn more about Professor Roberts, visit the Smith Alumnae Quarterly at http://saqonline.smith.edu/publication/?i=480447&ver=html5&p=26