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Sexual Objectification of Women: Advances to Theory and Research 1ψ7
Objectification theory provides an important framework for understanding, researching, and intervening to improve women’s lives in a sociocultural context that sexually objectifies the female body
Sexual Objectification and Substance Abuse in Young Adult Women
Objectification Theory (Fredrickson & Roberts, 1997) provides an important perspective for understanding the experiences of women living in a culture that sexualizes and objectifies the female body.
Internalized Misogyny as a Moderator of the Link between Sexist Events and Women’s Psychological Distress
This study examined the relationship between internalized misogyny and two other forms of internalized sexism, self-objectification and passive acceptance of traditional gender roles. In addition, it
Understanding the Link Between Multiple Oppressions and Depression Among African American Women
The purpose of our study was to examine the multiple oppression experiences of sexual objectification, racism, and gendered racism as predictors of depressive symptoms among a clinical sample of
Racial identity and reasons for living in African American female suicide attempters.
Results indicated that, as predicted, higher private regard was associated with more reasons for living, and racial centrality was not correlated with reasons forLiving nor was there an interaction between private regard andracial centrality indicating that racial centralism did not function as a moderator in predicting participants' reasons forliving scores.
Sexual Objectification of Women: Clinical Implications and Training Considerations
This article focuses on the implications of theory and empirical research on the sexual objectification of women. Drawing largely from the American Psychological Association’s 2007 Guidelines for
Underscoring the Need for Social Justice Initiatives Concerning the Sexual Objectification of Women
In this article, we emphasize the need to continually think outside the traditional therapy box in ways that we can intervene (and empower clients to intervene) to more directly address social
The computerized self test (CST): an interactive, internet accessible cognitive screening test for dementia.
The CST demonstrates a high degree of sensitivity and specificity and is capable of accurately identifying Cognitive impairment in patients with variable degrees of cognitive abnormality and may aid in early detection of cognitive impairment in the primary care setting.
PTSD, Depressive Symptoms, and Suicidal Ideation in African American Women: A Mediated Model
Results from bootstrapping analyses revealed that overall depressive symptoms and the cognitive-affective components of depression, but not the somatic components, mediated the PTSD-suicidal ideation link.