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Revised and abbreviated forms of the Genderism and Transphobia Scale: tools for assessing anti-trans prejudice.
Many studies of anti-trans prejudice have measured such attitudes using the Genderism and Transphobia Scale (GTS; Hill & Willoughby, 2005). The GTS is unique in assessing negative attitudes andExpand
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Suicide risk in trans populations: An application of minority stress theory.
Drawing on minority stress theory, the present study tested the relations of minority stressors (i.e., experiences of prejudice and discrimination, internalized antitrans attitudes, fear of antitransExpand
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Voices From Beyond: A Thematic Content Analysis of Transgender Employees’ Workplace Experiences
The present study examined the gender transition experiences of transgender employees while in the workplace. Participants were 139 transgender-identified individuals currently employed at the timeExpand
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A Content Analysis of Literature on Trans People and Issues
This study provides a content analysis of more than a decade (2002–2012) of academic scholarship about trans people and issues. A total of 960 trans-focused publications were coded; there was a closeExpand
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Research With Trans Communities
In this article, we aim to provide readers with tools to critically consider decisions related to conducting research with trans populations. We first present the historical and contemporary contextsExpand
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Enhancing Scholarship Focused on Trans People and Issues
Scholarship about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and issues has been growing. However, trans issues are often overlooked or addressed only nominally in this literature, leadingExpand
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Living a Calling, Life Satisfaction, and Workplace Climate Among a Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Population
Previous research on calling has resulted in a model that relates living a calling to life satisfaction through job satisfaction and life meaning. However, no research has examined this model in aExpand
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It’s Not the Size of the Boat or the Motion of the Ocean
Research on psychological factors related to female sexual functioning has been growing in recent years. Our study draws on the existing sexual health literature and objectification theory to test aExpand
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Access to Decent and Meaningful Work in a Sexual Minority Population
People who identify as sexual minorities consistently face barriers to decent and meaningful employment, especially when coupled with additional constraints such as low socioeconomic status orExpand
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The Intersection of Race, Sexual Orientation, Socioeconomic Status, Trans Identity, and Mental Health Outcomesψ
The present study examined patterns in trans individuals’ multiple identities and mental health outcomes. Cluster 1 (socioeconomic and racial privilege; n = 239) was characterized by individuals whoExpand
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