The relationship of perceived societal hostility, conformity, and psychological adjustment in homosexual males.

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The present study examined the relationship between the perception by homosexual males of positive or negative societal reaction to homosexuality (PSR), their degree of conformity to heterosexual norms, and their degree of psychological adjustment. In this study respondents with high PSR were those who perceived negative societal reaction to homosexuality… (More)

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@article{Ross1978TheRO, title={The relationship of perceived societal hostility, conformity, and psychological adjustment in homosexual males.}, author={Michael W. Ross}, journal={Journal of homosexuality}, year={1978}, volume={4 2}, pages={157-68} }