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Measuring Dimensions of Lesbian and Gay Male Experience
This article describes the development of new scales for assessing identity and outness in lesbians and gay men. Relevant measurement issues are reviewed.
Revision and extension of a multidimensional measure of sexual minority identity: the Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Identity Scale.
Two studies suggest that the LGBIS may offer researchers an efficient means of assessing multiple dimensions of sexual orientation minority identity and predicted associations with measures of identity-related constructs and psychosocial functioning provided preliminary validity evidence for LGBis scores in a college student population.
Adaptation to sexual orientation stigma: A comparison of bisexual and lesbian/gay adults.
This study extends research on dimensions of sexual minority experience by examining differences between bisexual and lesbian/gay adults in adaptation to sexual orientation stigma. The authors
Measuring attitudes regarding bisexuality in lesbian, gay male, and heterosexual populations
Five studies on the development and validation of the Attitudes Regarding Bisexuality Scale (ARBS) were conducted. Factor analysis of an initial pool of 80 items yielded 2 factors assessing the
Student Perceptions of Campus Cultural Climate by Race
Five hundred and seventy-eight African American, Asian American, Latino/a, and White undergraduates responded to a questionnaire assessing perceptions and experiences of the campus cultural climate.
Factor Structure and Short Form of the Miville-Guzman Universality-Diversity Scale
In 3 studies, the authors examined the factor structure of the Miville-Guzman Universality-Diversity Scale (M-GUDS) and developed a short form of the scale, the Miville-Guzman Universality-Diversity
Self-acceptance and self-disclosure of sexual orientation in Lesbian, Gay, and bisexual adults: An attachment perspective
A model linking attachment variables with self-acceptance and self-disclosure of sexual orientation was tested using data from 489 lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) adults. The model included the
Perceived Social Support from Friends and Family and Psychosocial Functioning in Bisexual Young Adult College Students.
In this study, the authors investigated the degree to which perceived social support was associated with depression, life satisfaction, and internalized binegativity in a sample of 210 bisexual young
Attitudes Toward Bisexual Women and Men
Abstract This article describes research on attitudes toward bisexual women and men. The authors describe types of attitudes toward bisexual individuals in terms of heterosexism, questions of
Counseling Psychology Research on Sexual (Orientation) Minority Issues: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges and Opportunities
This lead article of the special issue discusses conceptual and methodological considerations in studying sexual minority issues, particularly in research conducted by counseling psychologists