Interorientation interactions and impressions: Does the timing of disclosure of sexual orientation matter?

@inproceedings{Buck2011InterorientationIA,
  title={Interorientation interactions and impressions: Does the timing of disclosure of sexual orientation matter?},
  author={David M. Buck and E. Ashby Plant},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract Unlike gender, race, or ethnicity, sexual orientation is not necessarily readily identifiable. The current work tests whether the timing of disclosure of sexual orientation influences reactions to intergroup interactions. Participants in two studies anticipated interacting with a partner for a study of first-time interactions. Prior to the interaction, they received information about the partner in the form of a prerecorded interview. During the interview the partner revealed his… CONTINUE READING