Education and training
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2018-2020
- PhD, Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles, 2018
- MA, Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles, 2014
- BA, Sociology, Northwestern University, 2010
- Molitch-Hou, E., Gala, P., Zhang, H., and Tate, A. (In press) "Impact of the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis and a Structured COVID Unit on Physician Behaviors in Code Status Ordering." American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
- Tate, A. and Spencer, K.L. (In press) "High Stakes Treatment Negotiations Gone Awry: The Importance of Interactions for Understanding Treatment Advocacy and Patient Resistance." Journal of Health and Social Behavior.
- Stivers, S. and Tate, A. (2023) "The Role of Healthcare Communication in Treatment Outcomes" Annual Review of Linguistics. 9: 233-252
- Tate, A. (2022) "Death and the Treatment Imperative: Decision-making in late-stage cancer." Social Science and Medicine. 306. 115129.
- Lazaridis, C., Goldenberg, F., Mansour, A., Kramer, C. and Tate, A. (2021) "What Does Coma Mean? Implications for Shared Decision Making in Acute Brain Injury." World Neurosurgery. 158: e377-e385.
- Tate, A. "Invoking Death: How oncologists discuss a deadly outcome." (2020). Social Science and Medicine. 246. 112672.
- Tate, A. & B.J. Rimel. (2020) "The Duality of Option-Listing in Cancer Care." Patient Education and Counseling. 103(1) 71-76.
- Tate, A. (2020) "Matter Over Mind: How mental health symptom presentations shape diagnostic outcomes." Health. 24(6), 755-772
- Tate, A. (2019) "Treatment Recommendations in Oncology Visits: Implications for patient agency and physician authority." Health Communication. 34(13): 1597–1607.
- Snyder, K.A, A. Tate & E. Roubenoff. (2018) "Young Women with Breast Cancer and Treatment Decision-Making: Rethinking patient involvement and empowerment." In Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld (ed.) Gender, Women’s Health Care Concerns and Other Social Factors in Health and Health Care: Research in the Sociology of Health Care, Vol. 36. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Limited, pp.37 – 58.
- Robinson, J.D., A. Tate & J. Heritage. (2016) "Agenda-Setting Revisited: When and how do primary care physicians solicit patients’ additional concerns?" Patient Education and Counseling. 99(5): 718-723
- Snyder, K.A. & A. Tate (2014) "Cancer-Related Infertility and Young Women: Strategies for discussing fertility preservation" in Oncofertility Communication: Sharing information and Building Relationships Across Disciplines, ed. Theresa Woodruff et al. New York: Springer Press. 49-60.
- Snyder, K.A. & A. Tate. (2013) "What To Do Now? How Women with Breast Cancer Make Fertility Preservation Decisions." Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care. 39(1): 172-178.
Manuscripts in preparation
- Tate, A. and T. Stivers. “Collusion in the clinic: How doctors and patients construct an imperative to treat.”
- Tate, A. “Using Clinical (Un)Certainty in Complex Decisions about Cancer Care.”