D Joye Swan

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This study examined the use of sexual orientation as a meaningful social category and the consequences of using this category. The sample consisted of 260 U.S. college students who viewed a video and completed a 29-item scale (L. L. Thompson & J. Crocker, 1990) and the 7-item Homophobia Scale (R. A. Bouton et al., 1987). Results showed that participants'(More)
BACKGROUND Little is known about U.K. dermatologists' treatment approaches towards adult patients with recalcitrant moderate-to-severe atopic eczema. OBJECTIVES We wanted to learn about (i) treatment approaches used for this disease in the U.K.; (ii) factors that influence treatment decisions and (iii) perceived gaps in evidence on treatment safety and(More)
The authors examined the hypothesis that many individuals define monogamy based on emotional rather than sexual fidelity. Participants, 373 heterosexual college students and 282 gay men, read three vignettes of decreasing mitigation in which they imagined committing an act of infidelity against a hypothetical partner and where half the participants were(More)
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