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Perceived experiences of atheist discrimination: Instrument development and evaluation.
The present 2 studies describe the development and initial psychometric evaluation of a new instrument, the Measure of Atheist Discrimination Experiences (MADE), which may be used to examine theExpand
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“Do You Even Lift, Bro?” Objectification, Minority Stress, and Body Image Concerns for Sexual Minority Men
With a United States-based sample of 326 sexual minority men, the present study tested hypotheses derived from objectification theory (Fredrickson & Roberts, 1997), minority stress theory (e.g.,Expand
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Footprints in the Sand: Personal, Psychological, and Relational Profiles of Religious, Spiritual, and Atheist LGB Individuals
ABSTRACT The present study offers a comparison of the demographic features and lived experiences of lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals with religious, spiritual, or atheist (R/S/A) beliefExpand
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Mental Health Clinicians' Perceived Competence for Affirmative Practice with Bisexual Clients in Comparison to Lesbian and Gay Clients
ABSTRACT There is limited research on working affirmatively with bisexual clients in psychotherapy. The present study contrasted mental health clinicians' perceived affirmative counseling competenceExpand
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Heterosexual Self-Presentation and Other Individual- and Community-Based Correlates of HIV Testing Among Latino Men Who Have Sex With Men
From 2010 to 2014, HIV diagnoses among Latino men who have sex with other men (LMSM) have increased by 14%, whereas diagnoses declined by 11% among White, non-Latino men who have sex with men (MSM).Expand
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Personal Agency Disavowed: Identity Construction in Asexual Women of Color
An intentional exploration of multiple intersecting identities of asexual-identified people has yet to be conducted in empirical psychological literature. Although there is evidence of genderExpand
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Individual and structural factors predicting HIV testing among Latinx MSM: substance use as a moderator
ABSTRACT The rate of HIV infection for Latinx men who have sex with men (LMSM) increased by 20% from 2008 to 2014 even as rates stabilized among MSM of other racial and ethnic backgrounds. WeExpand
Cultural incongruity predicts adjustment to college for student veterans.
Little is known about what predicts student service members' and veterans' (SSM/V) adjustment to college. In qualitative research, SSM/V report feeling they do not belong and are misunderstood byExpand
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