A recent LAS News piece featured the work of Anthropology Professor Kate Clancy on the biological consequences of workplace incivility. The research was an interdisciplinary response by Beckman Institute and collaborators, which aimed to understand the physiological response of workplace consistent incivility on the reproductive systems and menstrual cycles.
The group separated between affiliative responses to incivility, aiming at strengthening social bonds and garnering supports, and retaliative responses. Their research findings suggest different physiological outcomes between the two.
Read the entire piece at LAS News.