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Perceived experiences of anti-bisexual prejudice: Instrument development and evaluation.
This research describes the development and psychometric evaluation of the Anti-Bisexual Experiences Scale (ABES). Items were developed on the basis of prior literature, revised on the basis ofExpand
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Resilience and collective action: Exploring buffers against minority stress for transgender individuals.
With a national sample of 552 transgender adults, the present study tested hypotheses drawn from minority stress theory and positive psychology research on stress-ameliorating processes.Expand
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Content Analysis of Literature About LGB People of Color: 1998-2007
This study provides a content analysis of the past decade (1998-2007) of psychological scholarship about lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) people of color. Findings revealed that literature about LGBExpand
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LGB of Color and White Individuals’ Perceptions of Heterosexist Stigma, Internalized Homophobia, and Outness: Comparisons of Levels and Links
Conceptual discussions about LGB people of color suggest that, compared with White LGB individuals, LGB people of color may be exposed to greater levels of heterosexist stigma and its deleteriousExpand
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Testing the tenets of minority stress theory in workplace contexts.
The links of minority stressors (workplace discrimination, expectations of stigma, internalized heterosexism, and identity management strategies) with psychological distress and job satisfaction wereExpand
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Navigating the borderlands: the roles of minority stressors, bicultural self-efficacy, and cognitive flexibility in the mental health of bisexual individuals.
The present study examined the relations of minority stressors (i.e., experiences of prejudice, expectations of stigma, internalized biphobia, outness/concealment of bisexuality) as well as positedExpand
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Moving beyond the binary with disordered eating research: a test and extension of objectification theory with bisexual women.
In predicting disordered eating, the core model of objectification theory (Fredrickson & Roberts, 1997) has been replicated and extended in research across most sexual minority groups (e.g., HainesExpand
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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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The Protective Power of Collective Action for Sexual Minority Women of Color
We utilize an additive intersectionality framework in the present study to examine the relations among perceived racism, sexism, and heterosexism and the psychological distress of self-identifiedExpand
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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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