Siobhan Brady

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This article describes the development of the Gay Identity Questionnaire (GIQ) which was derived from tenets of the Homosexual Identity Formation (HIF) model proposed by Cass in 1979. The GIQ is a brief measure that may be used by clinicians and researchers for identifying gay males in the various stages of homosexual identity formation. The test(More)
Plant cells use regulatory networks composed of numerous components, such as DNA, RNA, proteins, and small molecules, to regulate multiple biological processes, allowing plants to adapt to changing environments or to respond to developmental cues. The availability of high-throughput experimental methods enables researchers to determine the expression levels(More)
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