Individual factors and cisgender college students' attitudes and behaviors toward transgender individuals.

  title={Individual factors and cisgender college students' attitudes and behaviors toward transgender individuals.},
  author={Laura Hackimer and Cliff Yung-Chi Chen and Jay Verkuilen},
  journal={Journal of community psychology},
The present study is one of few to investigate both anti-trans discrimination and anti-trans prejudice. It examined four individual factors (religiosity; political beliefs; affiliation with LGBTQ [lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer] people; gender role beliefs) through a lens of hetero-cis-normativity to understand their association with anti-trans attitudes and reported behaviors. Using a sample of 302 cisgender college students from across the United States, hierarchical multiple… 

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Abstract People report more negative attitudes toward bisexual than gay/lesbian individuals, but little is known about attitudes at the intersections of gender and race/ethnicity. We examined whether

Attitudes towards Trans Men and Women in Spain: An Adaptation of the ATTMW Scale

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