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People with disabilities are often harmfully stereotyped, making it difficult for them to be hired. They use different strategies when talking about their disabilities during job interviews, attempting to mitigate interviewer concerns or biases. Is the effectiveness of these strategies altered if an individual is perceived as being responsible for becoming disabled?
Everybody loves a high performer, right? That means they support them in their achievements, don’t they? So why do high performers often feel victimized? New research explores how high performers are perceived by their peers and how those perceptions influence their behavior.
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