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Does Internalized Heterosexism Moderate the Link Between Heterosexist Events and Lesbians' Psychological Distress?
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between heterosexist events and various indices of psychological distress in lesbians. In addition, it examined the potential moderating roleExpand
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Relationship Quality and Domestic Violence in Women's Same-Sex Relationships: The Role of Minority Stress
Despite a large body of literature addressing relationship quality and domestic violence in women's same-sex relationships, few studies have empirically examined how stress specific to living as aExpand
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Examining Potential Moderators of the Link between Heterosexist Events and Gay and Bisexual Men's Psychological Distress.
The purpose of this study was to examine (a) the relationship between heterosexist events and psychological distress and (b) the potential moderating roles of social support, avoidant coping, andExpand
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Examining the Relationship between Multiple Internalized Oppressions and African American Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Questioning Persons' Self-Esteem and Psychological Distress.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and questioning (LGBQ) persons come from diverse cultural groups with diverse racial and ethnic identities. However, most research on LGBQ persons has used primarily WhiteExpand
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Internalized Heterosexism
This article provides an integrated critical review of the literature on internalized heterosexism/internalized homophobia (IH), its measurement, and its psychosocial correlates. It describes theExpand
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Awareness of White Privilege among White Counseling Trainees
In this study, the written reactions of 34 White master’s counseling students to a list developed by Peggy McIntosh describing her experience of White privilege were analyzed using qualitativeExpand
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The Role of Self-objectification in Women’s Depression: A Test of Objectification Theory
Objectification Theory (Fredrickson & Roberts, Psychology of Women Quarterly, 21:173–206, 1997) postulates that sexual objectification of women and girls in US culture contributes to women’s mentalExpand
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Internalized Heterosexism
Counseling psychologists can expect to encounter lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals in their lives, as students, colleagues, friends, clients, and/or family members. Most of the LGBExpand
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Heterosexism and Sexism as Correlates of Psychological Distress in Lesbians.
Feminist therapy theorists have made significant contributions to enhancing counselors' understanding of how social, economic, political, and institutional factors affect women's lives and theExpand
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Guidelines for psychological practice with girls and women.
During recent decades, women and girls of diverse ethnicities, social classes, sexual orientations, and life experiences have encountered dramatic and complex changes in education, health, work,Expand
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