Careers Up Close: Joel Anderson on Gender and Sexual Prejudices, the Freedoms of Academic Research, and the Importance of Collaboration
Joel Anderson, a senior research fellow at both Australian Catholic University and La Trobe University, researches group processes, with a specific interest on prejudice, stigma, and stereotypes.
Careers Up Close: Angelo Brandelli Costa on Prejudice, Sexuality, and the Health of the LGBTQ+ Population
Angelo Brandelli, associate professor of social psychology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, researches the social and health of the LGBTQ+ population.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on an intervention for trauma recovery for refugees, attention regulation in schizophrenia, social anxiety disorder and childhood maltreatment, smoking and psychopathology, substance use and sexual-minority status, food expectations and fast-food intake, repetitive negative thinking and affect and depressive symptoms, polytraumatization and psychopathology, and suicide ideation.
14 Microaggressions LGBTQ People Deal With All The Time
When you’re an LGBTQ person living in a heteronormative, cisnormative world, encounters of subtle discrimination, known as microaggressions, are a frustrating yet often unavoidable part of daily life. Microaggressions are the everyday “slights, snubs, or insults, whether intentional or
Video: Celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride Month with Psychological Science
Psychological science can help pave the way to greater acceptance for members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Up-and-Coming Voices: Inclusivity in Psychological Science
Previews of emerging research on inclusivity by early-career psychological scientists.