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Abdallah Badahdah

Abdallah Badahdah

Title

Associate Professor

Office Building

Agricultural Engineering

Office

107

Mailing Address

Ag Engineering 107
School of Psych, Soc & Rural Studies-Box 2120
University Station
Brookings, SD 57007

Biography

Dr. Badahdah is an associate professor of sociology in the School of Psychology, Sociology and Rural Studies. His research focuses on health and illness, stigma, gender, families, and parenting. He published in several journals including AIDS Care, Sex Roles, Child Psychiatry and Human Development, and Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. He serves on the editorial board of Family Relations, on the consulting editorial board of AIDS and Behavior.

Education

Ph.D. Sociology
BA. Psychology

Academic Interests/Expertise

Health and illness
Stigma
Gender
Families
Parenting practices
AIDS
COVID-19

Professional Memberships

Midwest Sociological Society
National Council on Family Relations
Society for Personality and Social Psychology

Creative Activities

COVID-19 Family Impact Survey in South Dakota

Deepening Partisan Polarization on Most Political Figures in South Dakota - September 23, 2021
South Dakotans’ Thoughts on the Origins of COVID-19 - September 22, 2021
The Rights to Know and to Refuse Service Based on COVID-19 Vaccination Status - September 21, 2021
Disagreements Over COVID-19 Prevention Measures Strain Relationships with Friends and Family - September 17, 2021
South Dakotans Are Cool Towards Incentives for COVID-19 Vaccination - September 15, 2021
On Questions of COVID-19 Mitigation Methods, South Dakotans are Sharply Polarized - September 14, 2021
South Dakotans Split on Support for Vaccination Passports - September 9, 2021
South Dakotans Remain Strongly Polarized on Getting Vaccinated - September 8, 2021

Applications of Research

Al Mahyijari, N., Badahdah, A., Nahed, J. et al. (2022). Bullying at Work: Psychometric Properties and Cutoff Scores of an Arabic Version of the Short Negative Acts Questionnaire. Int Journal of Bullying Prevention https://doi.org/10.1007/s42380-022-00123-z.

Khamis, F., Badahdah, A., Al Mahyijari, N., Al Lawati, F., Al Noamani, J., Al Salmi, I., & Al Bahrani, M. (2021). Attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccine: a survey of health care workers in Oman. Journal of epidemiology and global health, 1–6. Advance online publication.

Aziz, M. M., Badahdah, A. M., & Mohammed, H. M. (2021). Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric assessment of an Arabic version of the health care provider HIV/AIDS stigma scale. Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care, 20.

Hong, P., Abdelmoneium, A., Badahdah, A. Grzywacz, J. (2021). A Conceptual model of work-family balance among Qatari adults. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 52, 406-423.

Al Mahyijari, N., Badahdah, A. M., & Khamis, F. (2021). The Psychological impacts of COVID-19: A study of frontline physicians and nurses in the Arab World. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, 38, 186–191.
Lansford, J. E., Ben Brik, A. & Badahdah, A. M (Eds.) (2021). Families and Social Change in the Gulf Region. New York: Routledge.

Badahdah, A. M., Khamis, F., & Mahyijari, N. A. (2020). The psychological well-being of physicians during COVID-19 outbreak in Oman. Psychiatry Research, 289, 113053.

Badahdah, A., Khamis, F., Al Mahyijari, N., Al Balushi, M., Al Hatmi, H., Al Salmi, I., Albulushi, Z., & Al Noomani, J. (2020). The mental health of health care workers in Oman during the COVID-19 pandemic. The International Journal of Social Psychiatry.

Badahdah, A. M., Khamis, F., & Al Mahyijari, N. (2020). Sleep quality among health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine: JCSM: official publication of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

Ashbourne, L., Baobaid, M., Tam, D., Al Jamal, A., & Badahdah. (2020). Arab families’ stories of migration from war zones: Gender roles and family relations in flux. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 19, 114-127.

Khamis, F., Mahyijari, N. A, Al Lawati, F., & Badahdah, A. M. (2020). The Mental health of female physicians and nurses in Oman during the COVID-19 pandemic. Oman Medical Journal, 35(6).

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