Prejudice, Bias, and Minority Stress Online Webinar with Arin Donovan (they/them), M.Ed, BCBA, LBA
Tuesday, Janaury 18, 2022 3:00p - 4:00p EST with Arin Donovan, BCBA (they/them)
Prejudice and bias have long been studied by the social and cognitive psychological sciences. In recent years, these two areas of been conceptualized through the framework of Relational Frame Theory (RFT). This presentation will discuss the conceptual analysis and behavioral research on prejudice and bias. Furthermore, the presentation will address impacts of minority stress as a result of prejudiced and biased behaviors as it relates to health and well-being of minority groups. Specifically, the clinical implications of the impact of stress on racial, gender non-conforming, neurodivergent minorities will be discussed.
Learning Objectives for Participants:
- Participants will be able to define prejudice and bias through a RFT framework.
- Participants will be able to discuss how prejudice and bias develop through derived stimulus relations.
- Participants will be able to define minority stress as an outcome of prejudicial and biased behaviors.
- Participants will be able to relate issues with prejudice, bias, and minority stress to the BACB Ethics Code.
- Participants will be able to discuss the clinical implications of prejudice, bias, and minority stress.
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