Selected Media Coverage:

Financial Times. Post-lockdown working poses challenges for people with disfigurements.

US News and World Report, Many can suffer facial paralysis--and its emotional toll

KTVZ, OSU study offers path to address mental health in rare disease patients

Time, ‘Our Lives Are at Stake.’ How Donald Trump Inadvertently Sparked a New Disability Rights Movement.

Article by Dr. Bogart in Exceptional Parent, Disability Pride: Why Disability is Not a Bad Thing

eDialogue [Society for Personality and Social Psychology Newsletter] article, Reducing Ableism: A Look at Kathleen Bogart's Research

Article by Dr. Bogart in The Conversation and Huffington Post, Facial Expressions are Key to First Impressions. What Does That Mean for People with Facial Paralysis?

Disability ScoopCollege Psychology Classes Often Overlook Disabilities

Inside Higher Ed, Study: Disabilities Underrepresented in College Psychology Classes

Corvallis Gazette-Times, OSU Professor is Educating Others about Rare Paralysis Syndrome

KXL Portland News, Living in a World with No Smiles

Big Picture Science on National Public Radio, Second That Emotion

New York Times Science Times cover story, Seeking Emotional Clues without Facial Cues

Science Times Podcast

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Without Smile to Rely on, Some Find Other Ways to Convey Social Feedback

New York Times Feature on Dr. Bogart


Information for Journalists:

Dr. Bogart has expertise in the psychology of disability, facial paralysis, and ableism. Please follow the Guidelines for Writing and Reporting about People with Disabilities and Face Equality International's Media Standard on Disfigurement when reporting about her work.

Press Releases:

OSU study offers pathway to better address mental health in rare disease patients

Facial paralysis stigma takes emotional toll, especially when acquired later in life

Self-Identifying as disabled and developing pride in disability aid overall well-being

Rare facial paralysis gives researchers new insights into social interaction

Education aids understanding, reduces stigma of facial paralysis, OSU study shows

Lack of facial expression leads to perceptions of unhappiness, new OSU research shows