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Gay Stereotypes: The Use of Sexual Orientation as a Cue for Gender-Related Attributes
This study investigated whether gay men and lesbians are assumed to have attributes stereotypically associated with the other gender. Participants were 110 male and female undergraduates from aExpand
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A Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adherence and Depression (CBT-AD) in Patients With Uncontrolled Type 2 Diabetes
OBJECTIVE To test cognitive behavioral therapy for adherence and depression (CBT-AD) in type 2 diabetes. We hypothesized that CBT-AD would improve adherence; depression; and, secondarily, hemoglobinExpand
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The enigma of male eating disorders: A critical review and synthesis.
Historically, male presentations of eating disorders (EDs) have been perceived as rare and atypical - a perception that has resulted in the systematic underrepresentation of males in ED research.Expand
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Gender roles, eating pathology, and body dissatisfaction in men: a meta-analysis.
The current study reviewed relationships between gender roles and (a) eating pathology, (b) body dissatisfaction, and (c) muscle dissatisfaction among men via meta-analysis. Moderators of sexualExpand
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Body Image Distortions, Weight, and Depression in Adolescent Boys: Longitudinal Trajectories into Adulthood.
Depressive symptoms are common among the U.S. population, yet research into prospective risk factors of depression among men is limited. Distorted body image is also prevalent among adolescent boys,Expand
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Elements of male body image: Prediction of depression, eating pathology and social sensitivity among gay men.
  • A. Blashill
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Body image
  • 1 September 2010
The aim of the current study was to assess the relative uniqueness of three components of male body image (i.e., muscle, body fat, and height dissatisfaction) in the prediction of indices ofExpand
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The impact of sexual orientation and gender role on evaluations of men.
The current study examined whether negative evaluations by predominantly heterosexual males, against gay males, is based on gay men's sexual orientation, per se, or on their real or perceived generalExpand
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Mental Health: A Focus on Stress, Coping, and Mental Illness as it Relates to Treatment Retention, Adherence, and Other Health Outcomes
Mental health problems are prevalent among HIV-infected individuals, with some estimates that 50% likely meet criteria for one or more psychiatric disorders. The mental health of HIV-infectedExpand
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Psychosocial Syndemics are Additively Associated with Worse ART Adherence in HIV-Infected Individuals
Adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) among HIV-infected individuals is necessary to both individual and public health, and psychosocial problems have independently been associated with poorExpand
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Effects of Gender-Related Domain Violations and Sexual Orientation on Perceptions of Male and Female Targets: An Analogue Study
The current study examined factors that influenced heterosexual male and female raters’ evaluations of male and female targets who were gay or heterosexual, and who displayed varying gender rolesExpand
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