Academic illiteracy and impostor phenomenon in graduate education: how literacy interventions can reduce impostor feelings

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Externally publishedYes
Event66th Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association: Mobilizing Literacy Research for Social Transformation - Omni Nashville, Nashville, United States
Duration: 30 Nov 20163 Dec 2016

Conference

Conference66th Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association
CountryUnited States
CityNashville
Period30/11/163/12/16

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Cisco, J. (2016). Academic illiteracy and impostor phenomenon in graduate education: how literacy interventions can reduce impostor feelings. Paper presented at 66th Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association, Nashville, United States.
Cisco, Jonathan. / Academic illiteracy and impostor phenomenon in graduate education : how literacy interventions can reduce impostor feelings. Paper presented at 66th Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association, Nashville, United States.
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Cisco, J 2016, 'Academic illiteracy and impostor phenomenon in graduate education: how literacy interventions can reduce impostor feelings' Paper presented at 66th Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association, Nashville, United States, 30/11/16 - 3/12/16, .

Academic illiteracy and impostor phenomenon in graduate education : how literacy interventions can reduce impostor feelings. / Cisco, Jonathan.

2016. Paper presented at 66th Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association, Nashville, United States.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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Cisco J. Academic illiteracy and impostor phenomenon in graduate education: how literacy interventions can reduce impostor feelings. 2016. Paper presented at 66th Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association, Nashville, United States.