Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trangender Persons

This NASW research Web page focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) social work research. It provides an overview of an under-researched set of social concerns and provides links to resources and a collection of publications by social work researchers.  The nature of the subject matter is highly complex, the population of interest is stigmatized, and access to the population for research is challenging, resulting in a relatively unexplored set of social issues.

As with other minority or culturally-defined groups, the LGBT community is not monolithic in nature.  That is, although similar issues of identity and impact by the social environment cross-cut among members of this community, there is also diversity related to gender, race, marital status (legally sanctioned or not), age, and geography. For example, issues of concern to a lone rural dweller are quite different from one who lives in an urban community in which one might rarely interface socially with a member of the straight community.  Also, while the gay male culture may be fairly well defined, the transgender group in itself encompasses a range of identities and group behavior, from transvestite to gender transformation.

At the same time, those issues that effect all people are of interest when conducting research within the LGBT community, e.g., culture, family of origin, family and identity formation, aging, caregiving, health care, disabilities, end of life, substance abuse, mental health, and issues of social justice. The NASW publication, Social Work Speaks notes that “LGB (sic) youths, older people, and people of color are often unnoticed and consequentially underserved” (NASW, 2003, p. 226).  Not merely are they underserved, the evidence base for practice with them is minimal, though growing.

The NASW policy statement on LGB issues states that “social work schools are expected to offer research opportunities for investigating issues of relevance to this population (while also integrating lesbian, gay, and bisexual people into general research)” (NASW, 2003, p. 229). The Institute for the Advancement of Social Work Research (IASWR) recently convened a symposium, Enhancing the Health and Well-Being of LGBT Individuals, Families, and Communities: Building a Social Work Research Agenda, to assess the state of the scientific knowledge and to identify an approach to furthering the evidence base for practice.  This symposium offered leaders in the LGBT research arena an opportunity to share research tools and ideas, address research barriers, disseminate their findings, and learn about federal funding opportunities.  A comprehensive report on the symposium including Power Point presentations can be found on the IASWR Web site (www.iaswresearch.org). Through 16 presentations and formal discussants and focused discussion involving 35 attendees, it became clear that there exists a growing body of evidence as well as high interest in conducting further research relating to LGBT people and sharing the research methodology expertise that has developed in accessing this relatively “hard to reach” or “hidden” population with researchers attempting to access other such marginalized populations who are relatively under-researched.  Presenters discussed the impact of oppression, the importance of community participatory research, the role of the practitioner-researcher who is also a member of the LGBT community, the variety of relationships developed in the absence of socially sanctioned relationships, the role of risk behavior in health maintenance, child development in families where both parents are of the same gender, the importance of qualitative methodology and limitations of the use of large data sets in which LGBT people have not been accessed or identified as such, and the vicissitudes of developing a research career in various academic environments.

Professionals conducting LGBT research face institutional and methodological barriers. Institutional barriers include a lack of funding, congressional challenges to peer-reviewed research, and difficulty in receiving human subjects review approval. Methodological barriers include small sample sizes, homogeneity of the sample population, and a lack of attention to the bisexual and transgender experience.

Social work practitioners, educators, and researchers can participate in the vital role of supporting this marginalized community by conducting community-based research in order to better meet the needs of LGBT people and the communities in which they live.

Selected LGBT Research References and Resources

NASW Policy Statement

NASW. (2003). Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Issues. Social Work Speaks: National Association of Social Workers Policy Statements 2003-2006 (6th ed., pp.224-235). Washington, DC: NASW Press.

Books

Hunter, S., & Hickerson,  J. C. (2003). Affirmative practice: Understanding and working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons. Washington, DC: NASW Press.

Meezan, M., & Martin J. I. (Eds.). (2003). Research methods with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender populations. New York: Harrington Park Press.

Ryan C.,& Futterman, D. (1998). Lesbian and gay youth: Care & counseling. New York: Columbia University Press.

Wehbi, S. (Ed.). (2004). Community organizing against homophobia and heterosexism: The world through rainbow-colored glasses. New York: Harrington Park Press.

SAMHSA/CSAT. (2001). A provider’s introduction to substance abuse treatment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.

Journals

Journal of GLBT Family Studies: Innovations in Theory, Research, and Practice. The Haworth Press, Inc. & Harrington Park Press.

Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services. The Haworth Press, Inc.

Web Links

Healthy People 2010 Companion Document for LGBT Health
http://www.glma.org/policy/hp2010/index.shtml

Funders for Lesbian and Gay Issues
http://www.lgbtfunders.org/lgbtfunders

NASW National Committee on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues
http://www.socialworkers.org/governance/cmtes/nclgbi.asp

Trans NYC: A Collectiveof New York City Academics, Students, Clinicians, and Activists Working on Transgender and Transsexual Issues http://mysite.verizon.net/vze7dk03

Federal Funding and Dissemination Opportunities

Center for Disease Control: Office of Pubic Health Research
http://www.cdc.gov/od/ophr

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment: Knowledge Application Program
http://kap.samhsa.gov

Social Work Researchers’ Publications

The following publications are authored by the presenters and discussants who participated in the IASWR symposium referenced above.  They demonstrate the richness and variety of social work practice and research interests that impact upon and are part of the lives of LGBT people.

Enhancing the Health and Well-Being of LGBT Individuals, Families, and Communities: Building a Social Work Research Agenda

Jeane W. Anastas, MSW, PhD

Appleby, G. A., & Anastas, J. W. (1998). Not just a passing phase: Social work with gay, lesbian and bisexual people. New York: Columbia University Press.

Anastas, J. W. (in press). Review of Intersex and identity: The contested self, by S. E. Preves, 2003, Rutgers University Press. In Affilia: The Journal of Women in Social Work.

Swann, S. K., & Anastas, J. W. (2003). Dimensions of lesbian identity during adolescence and young adulthood.  Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 15 (1/2), 109-125. Simultaneously published as a chapter in W. Meezan & J. I. Martin (Eds.), Research methods with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender populations. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press.

Anastas, J. W. (2001). Economic rights, economic myths, and economic realities. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 13 (1/2), 99-116. Simultaneously published as a chapter in M. E. Swigonski, R. S. Mama, & K. Ward (Eds.), From hate crimes to human rights: A tribute to Matthew Shepard (pp. 99-116). Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press.

Anastas, J. W. (1998). Working against discrimination: Gay, lesbian and bisexual people on the job. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 8 (3), 83-98. Simultaneously published as a chapter in: L. M. Sloan & N. S. Gustavssen (Eds.), Violence and social injustice against lesbian, gay and bisexual people (pp. 83-98). Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press.

Appleby, G. A., & Anastas, J. W. (1998). Social work practice with lesbian, gay and bisexual people. In A. Morales & B. W. Shaefor (Eds.), Social work: A profession of many faces (8th ed.,  pp. 313-345). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Appleby, G. A., & Anastas, J. W. (1992). Social work practice with lesbians and gays. In A. Morales & B. W. Shaefor (Eds.), Social work: A profession of many faces (6th ed., pp. 347-381). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Judith B. Bradford, PhD, MPH

Bradford, J. (2005, June). Foundations for sexual minority health. Presented at the 10th Annual Summer Public Health Research Videoconference on Minority Health, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. http://www.minority.unc.edu/institute/2004/materials/slides/2004sphrimh-bradford-DIS.ppt

Peer-Reviewed Papers

Bradford, J., Ryan, C. C., & Rothblum, E. M. (1994). National lesbian health care survey: Implications for mental health care. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62 (2), 228-242.

Bradford, J., Honnold, J. A., & Ryan, C. C. (1997). Disclosure of sexual orientation in survey research on women. Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, 1 (3), 169-177.

Bradford, J., Ryan, C. C., & Rothblum, E. M. (1997). Classics in lesbian studies: National lesbian health care survey: Implications for mental health care. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 1 (2), 217-249.

Carroll, N., Linde, R., Mayer, K., Lara, A. M., & Bradford, J. (1999). Developing a lesbian health research program: Fenway Community Health Center’s experience and evolution. Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, 3 (4), 145-152.

Ryan, C. C., Bradford, J., Honnold, J. A. (1999). Social workers‘ and counselors’ understanding of lesbians’ needs. The Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 9 (4), 1-26.

Descamps, M., Rothblum, E., Bradford, J., & Ryan, C. C. (2000). Mental health impact of child sexual abuse, rape, intimate partner violence and hate crimes in the National Lesbian Health Care Survey. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 11 (1), 27-55.

Bradford, J. B., Ryan, C. C., Honnold, J. A., & Rothblum, E. D. (2001). Expanding the research infrastructure for lesbian health. AJPH, 91 (7), 1029-32.

Scout, Bradford, J., Fields, C. (2001). Removing the barriers: Improving practitioners’ skills in providing health care to lesbians and women who partner with women. AJPH, 91 (6), 989-990.

Bradford, J. B., Honnold, J. A., White, J., & Ryan, C. C. (2001). Improving accuracy of lesbians’ responses to telephone surveys. Women’s Health Issues, 11 (1).

Bradford, J. B., & Hilbert, J. A. (2001). Advocacy meets the scientific method. In Everyday mutinies: Funding lesbian activism. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press.

Bradford, J. (2001). Research outside the box. Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association; 5 (2), 41-42.

Bradford, J. B., & Hilbert, J. A. (2001). Advocacy meets the scientific method. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 5 (3), 33-41.

Bradford, J., Barrett, K., & Honnold, J. (2002). Census 2000: Understanding Same-Sex Households. Policy Institute of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.

Bradford, J. (2002, July). Lesbian and bisexual women’s health: An overview for healthcare providers. Journal Watch Women’s Health.

Kennamer, J. D., Honnold, J. A., & Bradford, J. B. (2000). Differences in disclosure of sexuality among African American and white gay/bisexual men: Implications for HIV/AIDS prevention. AIDS Education and Prevention, 12 (6), 519-31.

Rogers, T. L., Emanuel, K., & Bradford, J. Sexual Minorities Seeking Services: A Retrospective Study of the Mental Health Issues of Lesbian and Bisexual Women. Journal of Lesbian Studies.

Meyer, I., Ellis, J., & Bradford, J. (2002). A brief telephone interview to identify lesbian and bisexual women in random digit dialing sampling. Journal of Sex Research, 39 (2),139-44.

Dean, L., Meyer, I. H., Robinson, K., Sell, R. L., Sember, R., Silenzio, V.M.B., Bowen, D. J., Bradford, J., Rothblum, E., Scout, White, J., Dunn, P., Lawrence, A., Wolfe, D., & Xavier, J. (2002). Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender health: Findings and concerns. Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, 4 (3), 101-151.

Bowen, D., Powers, D., Linde, R., Murphy, B. C., Ellis, J., & Bradford, J. (2004). Comparing women of differing sexual orientations using population-based sampling. Women and Health, 40 (3), 19-34.

Leidolf, E., Curran, M., Scout, Bradford, J. (in press). Intersex mental health and social support options in pediatric endocrinology training programs. Journal of Homosexuality, Special Issue in Collaboration with the Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, Special Issue Editor.

Book Chapters and Other Significant Publications

Bradford, J. B., & Ryan, C. (1991). Who we are: Health concerns of middle-aged lesbians. In B. Sang, et al. (Eds.) Lesbians at midlife: The creative transition (pp. 147-163). San Francisco: Spinsters Book Co.

Ryan, C., & Bradford, J. (1993). The national lesbian health care survey: An overview. In D. Garnets & D. C. Kimmel (Eds.), Psychological perspectives on lesbian and gay male experiences (pp. 541-556). New York: Columbia University Press.

Ryan, C., & Bradford, J. B. (1996). Lesbian research network, final report from Year 1.  NY: An Uncommon Legacy Foundation.

Bradford, J. B., Ryan, C., Rothblum, E. M. (1997). National lesbian health care survey: Implications for mental health care. In E. Rothblum (Ed.), Classics in lesbian studies. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.

Bradford, J. B., & White, J. A. (2000). Lesbian health research. In M. B. Goldman & M.C.  Hatch (Eds.), Women and Health. San Diego: Academic Press.

Ryan, C., & Bradford, J. (1998). Methodological problems in lesbigay research. In J. Carmichael (Ed.), Daring to find our names: The search for lesbigay library history. Westport: Greenwood Press.

Bradford, J., & White, J. (1999). Lesbian health research. In M. B. Goldman & M. C. Hatch (Eds.), Women and health. Academic Press.

Sell, R., & Bradford, J.  (2001). Sexual orientation measurement in Healthy People 2010. In Healthy People 2010: Companion Document for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Health. Washington, DC: U.S. Surgeon General’s Office.

Mayer, K. H., Mimiaga, M., VanDerwarker, R., Goldhammer, H., & Bradford, J. (in press). Fenway Community Health’s model of integrated community-based LGBT care, education and research.  In I. Meyer & M. Northridge, Handbook of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender health.

Anthony R. D’Augelli, PhD

D’Augelli, A. R., & Hart, M. M. (1987).  Gay women, men, and families in rural settings:  Toward the development of helping communities.  American Journal of Community Psychology, 15, 79-93.

D’Augelli, A. R., Hart, M. M., & Collins, C. (1987).  Social support patterns in a rural network of lesbian women.  Journal of Rural Community Psychology, 8, 12-22.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1988).  Sexual harassment and affectional status:  The hidden discrimination.  The Community Psychologist, 21, 11-12.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1988).  Community psychology and AIDS.  The Community Psychologist, 21, 39-41.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1988).  The adolescent closet:  Promoting the development of the lesbian or gay male teenager.  The School Psychologist, 42, 2-3.

D’Augelli, J. F., & D’Augelli, A. R. (1988).  Sexual functioning and dyadic relationships:  Implications for therapeutic practice.  In J. Roberts-Field & R. Brown (Eds.), Treatment of sexual problems in individual and couples therapy (pp. 49-80).  Great Neck, NY:  PMA Publishing Co.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1989).  Lesbian women in a rural helping network:  Exploring informal helping resources.  Women and Therapy, 8, 119-130.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1989).  The development of informal helping resources for lesbian women and gay men: A case study in community psychology.  Journal of Community Psychology, 17, 18-29.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Kennedy, S. P. (1989).  An evaluation of AIDS-prevention brochures for university women and men.  AIDS  Education and Prevention, 1, 134-140.

D’Augelli, A. R.  (1989).  Homophobia in a university community:  Views of prospective resident assistants.  Journal of College Student Development, 30, 546-552.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1989).  Gay men’s and lesbians’ experiences of discrimination, harassment, violence, and indifference in a university community.  American Journal of Community Psychology, 17, 317-321.

D’Augelli, A. R.  (1989).  AIDS fears and homophobia among rural nursing personnel.  AIDS Education and Prevention, 1, 277-284.

Poullard, J. D. & D’Augelli, A. R.  (1989).  AIDS fears and homophobia among volunteers in an AIDS prevention program.  Journal of Rural Community Psychology, 10, 29-39.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1990).  Case analysis:  A shy gay male.  Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, 1, 3-5.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1990).  Community psychology and the HIV epidemic:  The development of helping communities.  Journal of Community Psychology, 18, 337-346.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Rose, M. L. (1990).  Homophobia in a university community:  Attitudes and experience of white heterosexual freshmen.  Journal of College Student Development, 31, 484-491.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1991).  Teaching lesbian and gay development:  A pedagogy of the oppressed.  In W. G. Tierney (Ed.), Culture and ideology in higher education:  Advancing a critical agenda (pp. 213-233).  New York:  Praeger.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1991).  Gay men in college:  Identity processes and adaptations.  Journal of College Student Development, 32, 140-146.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1991).  Lesbian/gay development:  Pedagogy of the oppressed.  Journal of Homosexuality, 22, 213-226.  (1992).  Reprinted in  K. M. Harbeck (Ed.), Coming out of the classroom closet:  Gay and lesbian students, teachers, and the curricula (pp. 213-227).  New York:  Harrington Park Press.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1991).  Lesbians and gay men on campus:  Visibility, empowerment, and educational leadership.  Peabody Journal of Education, 66, 124-142.

D’Augelli, A. R.  (1992).  Lesbian and gay male undergraduates’ experiences of harassment and fear on campus.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 7, 383-395.

D’Augelli, A. R.  (1992).  Sexual behavior patterns of university gay men:  Implications for HIV infection prevention.  Journal of American College Health, 41, 25-29.

Hershberger, S. L., & D’Augelli, A. R.  (1992).  The relationship of academic performance and social support to graduation among Black and white university students:  A path-analytic model.  Journal of Community Psychology, 20, 188-199.

D’Augelli, A. R.  (1993).  Preventing mental health problems among lesbian and gay college students.  Journal of Primary Prevention, 13 (4), 1-17.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Bingham, C. R.  (1993).  Interventions to prevent HIV infections in young adolescents.  In R. M. Lerner (Ed.), Early adolescence:  Perspectives on research, policy, and intervention (pp. 353-368).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Hershberger, S. L. (1993).  African American undergraduates on a predominantly white campus:  Academic factors, social networks, and campus climate.  Journal of Negro Education, 62, 67-81.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Hershberger, S. L. (1993).  Lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth in community settings:  Personal challenges and mental health problems.  American Journal of Community Psychology, 21, 421-448.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1994).  Boys will be boys.  [Review of Violence against lesbians and gay men, by G. Comstock.]  Contemporary Psychology, 39, 1105-1106.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1994).  Identity development and sexual orientation:  Toward a model of lesbian, gay, and bisexual development.  In E. J. Trickett, R. J. Watts, & D. Birman (Eds.), Human diversity:  Perspectives on people in context (pp. 312-333).  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1994).  Lesbian and gay male development:  Steps toward an analysis of lesbians’ and gay men’s lives.  In B. Greene & G. M. Herek (Eds.), Lesbian and gay psychology:  Theory, research, and clinical applications (pp. 118-132).  Newbury Park, CA:  Sage.

Garnets, L. D., & D’Augelli, A. R. (1994).  Empowering lesbian and gay communities:  A call for collaboration with community psychology.  American Journal of Community Psychology, 22, 447-470.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Dark, L. J.  (1995).  Vulnerable populations:  Lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth.  In L. D. Eron, J. H. Gentry, & P. Schlegel (Eds.), Reason to hope:  A psychosocial perspective on violence and youth (pp. 177-196).   Washington, DC:  APA.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Garnets, L. D. (1995).  Lesbian, gay, and bisexual communities.  In A. R. D’Augelli & C. J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the lifespan (pp. 293-320).  New York:  Oxford University Press.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Hershberger, S. L. (1995).  Changes in AIDS concerns and homophobia on a university campus:  A multi-year analysis.  Journal of American College Health, 44, 3-10.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Patterson, C. J. (Eds.). (1995).  Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities over the lifespan.  New York:  Oxford University Press.

Evans, N. J., & D’Augelli, A. R. (1995).  Lesbians, gay men, and bisexual people in college.  In R. C. Savin-Williams & K. M. Cohen (Eds.), The lives of lesbians, gays, and bisexuals (pp. 201-226).  New York:  Harcourt Brace.

Hershberger, S. L., & D’Augelli, A. R. (1995).  The impact of victimization on the mental health and suicidality of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth.  Developmental Psychology, 31, 65-74.

Pilkington, N. W., & D’Augelli, A. R. (1995).  Victimization of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth in community settings.  Journal of Community Psychology, 23, 33-55.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1996).  Lesbian, gay, and bisexual development during adolescence and young adulthood.  In R. P. Cabaj & T. S. Stein (Eds.), Textbook of homosexuality and mental health (pp. 267-288).  Washington, DC:  American Psychiatric Press.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1996).  Enhancing the development of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths.  In E. Rothblum & L. Bond (Eds.), Prevention of heterosexism and homophobia (pp. 124-150).  Newbury Park, CA:  Sage.

Hershberger, S. L., Pilkington, N. W., & D’Augelli, A. R. (1996).  Categorization of sexual minority youth suicide attempters.  In C. J. Alexander (Ed.), Gay and lesbian mental health:  A sourcebook for private and community practice (pp. 39-60).  New York: Haworth.

Hershberger, S. L., Pilkington, N. W., & D’Augelli, A. R. (1997).  Predictors of suicide attempts among gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth.  Journal of Adolescent Research, 12, 477-497.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1998). Developmental implications of victimization of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths. In G. M. Herek (Ed.), Stigma and sexual orientation: Understanding prejudice against lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals (pp. 187-210). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1998). [Review of Growing Up in a Lesbian Family: Effects on Child Development].  Journal of Marriage and the Family, 60, 265-266.

D’Augelli, A. R., Hershberger, S. L., & Pilkington, N. W. (1998).  Lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths and their families: Disclosure of sexual orientation and its consequences.  American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 68, 361-371.

Patterson, C. J., & D’Augelli, A. R. (Eds.). (1998).  Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities in families: Psychological perspectives.  New York: Oxford University Press.

Waldo, C. R., Hesson-McInnis, M.S., & D’Augelli, A. R. (1998). Antecedents and consequences of victimization of lesbian, gay, and bisexual young people: A structural model comparing rural university and urban samples.  American Journal of Community Psychology, 26, 307-334.

D’Augelli, A. R. (1999). The queering of adolescence: Implications for psychological researchers and practitioners. British Psychological Society Lesbian and Gay Psychology Newsletter, 3,  3-5.

Hershberger, S. L., & D’Augelli, A. R. (1999). Issues in counseling lesbian, gay, and bisexual adolescents. In R. M. Perez, K. A. DeBord, & K. J. Bieschke (Eds.), Handbook of counseling and therapy with lesbians, gays, and bisexuals (pp. 225-247). Washington, DC: APA Books.

Bagley, C., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2000). Suicidal behaviour in gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth. British Medical Journal, 320, 1617-1618.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2000).  Lesbian and gay issues for community psychology in the 1990s:  Two decades after Stonewall.  In J. Rappaport & E. Seidman (Eds.), Handbook of community psychology (pp. 944-947).  New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2000). Sexual orientation. In A. E. Kazdin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of psychology (pp. 225-227). New York: Oxford University Press.

Grossman, A. H., D’Augelli, A. R., & Hershberger, S. L. (2000). Social support networks of lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults 60 years of age or older. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 55B, P171-P179.

D’Augelli, A. R., Grossman, A. H., Hershberger, S. L., & O’Connell, T. S. (2001). Aspects of mental health among older lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults. Aging and Mental Health, 5 (2), 149-158.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Patterson, C. J. (Eds.). (2001). Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities and youths:             Psychological perspectives. New York: Oxford University Press.

Grossman, A. H., D’Augelli, A. R., & O’Connell, T. S. (2001). Being lesbian, gay, bisexual, and 60

and older in North America. Journal of Homosexuality, 13 (4), 23-40.

Reprinted in L. D. Garnets & D. C. Kimmel (Eds.) (2003). Psychological perspectives on lesbian, gay, and bisexual experiences (pp. 629-645). New York: Columbia University Press.

McDaniels, J. S., Purcell, D. W., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2001). The relationship between sexual orientation and risk for suicide: Research findings and future directions for research and prevention. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 31, 1 (Supplement), 60-83.

Rivers, I., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2001). The victimization of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths: Implications for intervention. In A. R. D’Augelli & C. J. Patterson (Eds.), Lesbian, gay, and bisexual identities and youths: Psychological perspectives (pp. 199-223). New York: Oxford University Press.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Grossman, A. H. (2001). Disclosure of sexual orientation, victimization, and mental health among lesbian, gay, and bisexual older adults. Journal of InterpersonalViolence, 16, 1008-1027.

D’Augelli, A. R., Hershberger, S. L., & Pilkington, N. W. (2001). Suicidality patterns and sexual orientation-related factors among lesbian, gay and bisexual youths. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 31, 250-265.

Bontempo, D. E., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2002). Effects of at-school victimization and sexual orientation on lesbian, gay, or bisexual youths’ health risk behavior. Journal of Adolescent Health, 30, 364-374.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2002). A crash course on sexual orientation and sexual identity. Review of How Homophobia Hurts Children: Nurturing Diversity at Home, by J. M. Baker. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 27, 81-82.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2002). Design issues in intervention research. In T. A. Revenson, A. R., D’Augelli, D. Hughes, D. Livert, S. E. French, E. Seidman, M. Shinn, & H. Yoshikawa (Eds.), Ecological research to promote social change: Methodological advances from community psychology (pp. 5-8). New York: Kluewer Academic/Plenum.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2002). Mental health problems among lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths ages 14 to 21. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 7, 439-462.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2002). The cutting edges of lesbian and gay psychology. In A. Coyle & C. Kitzinger (Eds.), Lesbian and gay psychology: New perspectives (pp. xiii-xvi). London: British Psychological Society/ Blackwell.

D’Augelli, A. R., Pilkington, N. W., & Hershberger, S. L. (2002). Incidence and mental health impact of sexual orientation victimization of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths in high school. School Psychology Quarterly, 17, 148-167.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Preston, D. B. (2002) Rural men who have sex with men: An exploratory study of sexual orientation characteristics and adjustment patterns. Journal of Rural Community Psychology, E-5 (2).

Available at: http://www.marshall.edu/jrcp/JRCP%20Intro%20GLBT/Fall2002Contents.htm

French, S. E., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2002). Diversity in community psychology. In T. A. Revenson, A. R. D’Augelli, D. Hughes, D. Livert, S. E. French, E. Seidman, M. Shinn, & H. Yoshikawa (Eds.),  A quarter century of community psychology: Readings from the American Journal of Community Psychology (pp. 65-77).  New York: Kluewer Academic/Plenum.

Grossman, A. H., O’Connell, T. S., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2002). Transgender youth: Challenging traditional “girl-boy” activities–Implications of an exploratory study for new directions in research. In L. Lawrence & S. Parker (Eds.), Leisure studies: Trends in theory and research (pp. 83-104). Eastbourne, UK: Leisure Studies Association.

Preston, D. B., D’Augelli, A. R., Cain, R. E., & Schulze, F. W. (2002). Issues in the development of HIV-preventive interventions for men who have sex with men (MSM) in rural areas. Journal ofPrimary Prevention, 23, 201-216.

Revenson, T. A., D’Augelli, A. R., Hughes, D., Livert, D., French, S. E., Seidman, E., Shinn, M., & Yoshikawa, H. (Eds.). (2002).  Ecological research to promote social change: Methodologicaladvances from community psychology. New York: Kluewer Academic/Plenum.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2003). Coming out in community psychology: Personal narrative and disciplinary change. American Journal of Community Psychology, 31, 345-356.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2003). Lesbian and bisexual female youths aged 14 to 21: Developmental challenges and victimization experiences. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 7 (4), 9-29.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2003). Toward the future of research on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations. In W. Meezan & J. Martin (Eds.), Research methods and issues in gay, lesbian,sexual, and transgender populations (pp. xxv-xxvii). Binghamton, New York: Haworth Press.

D’Augelli, A. R. (2004). High tobacco use among lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth: Mounting evidence about a hidden population’s health risk behavior. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 158, 309-310.

Grossman, A. H., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2004). Socialization of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth: Celebrity and personally known role models. In E. Kennedy & A. Thornton (Eds.), Leisure, media, and visual culture: Representations and contestations (pp. 83-105). Eastbourne, UK: Leisure Studies Association Publications.

Martin, J. I., & D’Augelli, A. R.  (2004). How lonely are gay and lesbian youth? Psychological Reports, 93, 486.

Preston, D. B., D’Augelli, A. R., Kassab, C. D., Cain, R. E., Schulze, F. W., & Starks, M. T. (2004).  The influence of stigma on the sexual risk behavior of rural men who have sex with men.AIDS Education and Prevention, 16, 291-303.

D’Augelli, A. R., Grossman, A. H., & Starks, M. T. (2005). Parents’ awareness of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths’ sexual orientation. Journal of Marriage and Family, 67, 474-482.

Grossman, A. H., O’Connell, T. S., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2005). Leisure and recreational “girl-boy” activities: Studying the unique challenges provided by transgendered young people. Leisure: Journal of the Canadian Association for Leisure Studies, 29 (1), 5-26.

Lingiardi, V., Falanga, S., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2005). The evaluation of homophobia in an Italian sample: An exploratory study. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 34, 81-94.

Balsam, K. F., & D’Augelli, A. R. (in press). The victimization of older lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender adults: Patterns, impact, and implications for intervention. In D. Kimmel & T. Rose (Eds.), Contemporary perspectives on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender aging. Washington, DC: APA Books.

D’Augelli, A. R. (in press). Coming out, visibility, and creating change: Empowering lesbian, gay and bisexual people in a rural university community. American Journal of Community Psychology.

D’Augelli, A. R. (in press). Developmental and contextual factors and mental health among lesbian, gay, and bisexual youths. In A. E. Omoto & H. M. Kurtzman (Eds.), Sexual orientation and mental health: Examining identity and development in lesbian, gay, and bisexual people. Washington, DC: APA Books.

D’Augelli, A. R. (in press). Stress and adaptation among families of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth: Research challenges. Journal of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Family Studies.

D’Augelli, A. R., & Grossman, A. H. (in press). Researching lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth: Conceptual, practical, and ethical issues. Journal of Lesbian and Gay Issues in Education.

D’Augelli, A. R., Grossman, A. H., & Starks, M. T. (in press). Gender atypicality and sexual orientation development among lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth: Prevalence, sex differences, and parental responses. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy.

Rafael M. Díaz, PhD

Diaz, R. M., Neal, C., & Amaya-Williams, M. (1990).  The social origins of self-regulation.  In L. Moll (Ed.), Vygotsky and education.  Cambridge University Press.

Diaz, R. M., & Fruhauf, A. F. (1991).  The origins and development of self-regulation:  A developmental model on the risk for addictive behaviors. In Greely, Miller & Heather (Eds.), Self-control and the addictive behaviors. Pergamon Press.

Diaz, R. M., & Klingler, C.  (1991).  Towards an explanatory  model on the interaction between bilingualism and cognitive development.  In E. Bialystok (Ed.), Language processing in bilingual children.  London: Cambridge University Press.

Diaz, R. M., Neal, C. J., & Vachio, A. (1991).  Maternal teaching in the zone of proximal development: A comparison of low and high risk dyads.  Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 37, 83-107.

Diaz, R. M. (1992).  Methodological concerns in the study of private speech. In R. M. Diaz & L. E. Berk (Eds.), Private speech: From social interaction to self-regulation. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Diaz, R. M., & Berk, L. E. (Eds.). (1992).  Private speech: From social interaction to self-regulation. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Diaz, R. M., Winsler, A., Atencio, D. J., & Harbers, K. (1992).  Mediation of self-regulation through the use of private speech.  International Journal of Cognitive Education and Mediated Learning, 2, 1-13.

Diaz, R. M. (1992, Summer).  Research takes a close look at home-school conflicts.  La Nueva Visión. Stanford, CA:  Stanford Center for Chicano Research.

Diaz, R. M.  (1995).  HIV risk in Latino gay/bisexual men:  A review of behavioral research. Paper commissioned by the National Latino/a Lesbian and Gay Organization (LLEGO).

Diaz, R. M. (1995).  [Book review of Ian Lumsden’s Homosexuality, society and the state in Mexico].  Journal of Homosexuality.

Diaz, R. M., & Berk, L. E. (1995).  A Vygotskian critique of self-instructional training. Development and Psychopathology, 7, 369-392.

Stall, R., Hoff, C., Coates, T. J., Paul, J., Phillips, K. A., Ekstrand, M., Kegeles, S., Catania, J.,

Daigle, D., & Diaz, R. M.  (1996).  Decisions to get HIV tested and to accept antiretroviral therapies among gay/bisexual men:  Implications for secondary prevention efforts.  Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes and Human Retrovirology.

Diaz, R. M., Stall, R. D., Hoff, C., Daigle, D., and Coates, T. J. (1996). HIV risk among Latino gay men in the southwestern United States. AIDS Education & Prevention, 8 (5), 415-429.

Diaz, R. M. (1996). Latino gay/bisexual men: Psycho-cultural barriers to safer sex practices. Psychology and AIDS Exchange [Bulletin of the American Psychological Association Office on AIDS].

Diaz, R. M. (1997).  Latino gay men and the psychocultural barriers to AIDS prevention.  In M. P. Levine, P. M. Nardi, & J. H. Gagnon (Eds.), In changing times:  Gay men and lesbians encounter HIV/AIDS.  Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Diaz, R. M. (1997, November 25).  Macho, Latino, HIV+. Guest editorial in The Advocate, pp. 9.

Diaz, R. M. (1998).  Latino gay men and HIV:  Culture, sexuality, & risk behavior. NewYork: Routledge.

Winsler, A., Diaz, R. M., McCarthy, E. M., Atencio, D. J., Adams Chabay, L. (1999). Mother-child interaction, private speech, and task performance in preschool children with behavior problems. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 40, 891-904.

Winsler, A., Díaz, R. M., Espinosa, L., & Rodriguez, J. L. (1999). When learning a second language does not mean losing the first: Bilingual language development in low-income, Spanish-speaking children attending bilingual preschool. Child Development, 70, 349-362.

Díaz, R. M. (1999). Trips to Fantasy Island: Contexts of risky sex for San Francisco gay men. Sexualties, 2 (1), 89-112.

Laub, C., Somera, D., Gowen, L. K., & Díaz, R. M. (1999). Targeting “risky” gender ideologies: Constructing a community-driven, theory-based HIV prevention intervention for youth. Health Education and Behavior, 26 (2), 185-199.

Díaz, R. M., Ayala, G. (1999). Love, passion, and rebellion: Ideologies of HIV risk among Latino gay men in the USA. Sexualities, 2 (1), 89-112.

Díaz, R. M., Morales, E., Bein, E., Dilán, E., &  Rodríguez, R. (1999). Predictors of sexual risk in Latino gay/bisexual men: The role of demographic, developmental, social, cognitive and behavioral variables. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 21 (4), 481-501.

Romero, P., & Díaz, R. M. (faculty mentor).  (1999).  Impact of racism, homophobia and poverty on suicidal ideation among Latino gay men. The Berkeley McNair Research Journal, 7, 115-128.

Diane E. Elze, PhD

Elze, D., Auslander, W. F., McMillen, C., & Stiffman, A. (in press). The educational needs of youths in foster care. In G. Mallon & P. Hess (Eds.), The handbook of children, youth and families: Practices, policies, and programs. New York: Columbia University Press.

Elze, D. (in press). Working with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students. In C.Franklin, M. B. Harris, P. Allen-Meares (Eds.), School social work and mental health worker’s training and resource manual. New York: Oxford University Press.

Elze, D. (in press). Oppression, prejudice and discrimination. In D. F. Morrow & L. Messinger (Eds.), Sexual orientation and gender expression in social work practice:Working with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. New York: Columbia University Press.

Auslander, W. F., & Elze, D. E. (in press). Social work’s unique perspective in reducing the societal burden of HIV/AIDS: Task force summary. Journal of Social Service Research.

Edmond, T., Auslander, W., Elze, D., & Bowland, S. (in press). Signs of resilience in sexually abused adolescent girls in the foster care system. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse.

Elze, D. (2003). 8,000 Miles and counting – Reaching gay, lesbian and bisexual adolescents for research. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 15 (1/2), 127-145.

Elze, D. (2003). Gay, lesbian and bisexual adolescents’ perceptions of their high school environments and factors associated with their comfort in school. Children & Schools, 25, 225-239.

McMillen, D., Auslander, W., Elze, D., White, T., & Thompson, R. (2003). Educational experiences and aspirations of older youth in foster care. Child Welfare, 82 (4), 475-495.

Edmond, T., Auslander, W., Elze, D., McMillen, C., & Thompson, R. (2003).Differences between sexually abused and non-sexually abused adolescent females in foster care: Implications for treatment. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 11, 73-99.

Elze, D. E. (2002). Against all odds: The dating experiences of adolescent lesbian and bisexual women. Journal of Lesbian Studies: Lesbian Love and Relationships, 6 (1), 17-29.

Elze, D. (2002). Risk factors for internalizing and externalizing problems among gay, lesbian and bisexual adolescents. Social Work Research, 26, 89-100.

Auslander, W., McMillen, J. C., Elze, D., Thompson, R., Jonson-Reid, M., & Stiffman, A. (2002). Mental health problems and sexual abuse among adolescents in foster care: Relationship to HIV risk behaviors and intentions. AIDS & Behavior, 6, 351-359.

Elze, D., Auslander, W., McMillen, C., Edmond, T., & Thompson, R. (2001). Untangling the impact of sexual abuse on HIV risk behaviors among youths in foster care. AIDS Education and Prevention, 13, 377-389.

Karen I. Fredriksen-Goldsen, Ph.D.

Fredriksen, K. I.  (1988).  Women and aging.  In J. Cochran, S. Langston, & S. Woodward (Eds.), Changing our power:  An introduction to women studies.  Iowa: Kendall/Hunt.

Hooyman, N., Fredriksen, K. I., & Perlmutter, B.  (1988).  Shanti:  An alternative response to the AIDS crisis.  Administration in Social Work, 12 (2), 17-30.

Fredriksen, K. I.  (1989).  Adult protective services:  Caseload analysis.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 4 (2), 245-250.

Fredriksen, K. I.  (1989).  Adult protective services:  Changes with the introduction of mandatory reporting. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 1 (2), 59-70.

Fredriksen, K. I.  (1992).  North of market older women’s alcohol outreach program.  The Gerontologist, 32 (2), 270-272.

Scharlach, A. E., & Fredriksen, K. I.  (1993).  Reactions to the death of a parent during midlife.  Omega, 27 (4), 307-319.

Scharlach, A. E., & Fredriksen, K. I.  (1994).  Elder care vs. adult care:  Does care recipient age make a difference?  Research on Aging, 16 (1), 43-68.

Fredriksen, K. I.  (1995).  Informal caregiving:  Current trends in public policy and service provision.  Journal of Clinical Geropsychology, 2 (1), 37-50.

Fredriksen, K. I., & Scharlach, A.  (1996).  Filial maturity:  Analysis and reconceptualization.  Journal of Adult Development3 (3), 183-192.

Fredriksen, K. I.  (1996).  Gender differences in employment and the informal care of adults.  Journal of Women & Aging, 8 (2), 35-53.

Fredriksen, K. I., & Scharlach, A.  (1997).  Caregiving and employment:  The impact of work place characteristics on role strain.  Gerontological Social Work, 28 (4), 3-22.

Gutierrez, L., Fredriksen, K. I., & Soifer, S.  (1999).  Perspectives of social work faculty on diversity and societal oppression content:  Results from a national urvey.  Journal of Social Work Education, 35 (3), 409-419.

Fredriksen, K. I., & Scharlach, A.  (1999).  Employee family care responsibilities.  FamilyRelations, 48 (2), 189-196.

Erera, P. I., & Fredriksen, K. I.  (1999).  Lesbian stepfamilies:  A unique family structure.  Families in Society, 80 (3), 263-270.

Fredriksen, K. I.  (1999).  Family caregiving among lesbians and gay men.  Social Work, 44 (2),142-155.

Erera, P. I., & Fredriksen, K. I.  (2000).  Lesbian stepfamilies:  A unique family structure.   In R.  Altschuler (Ed.), The Gay and Lesbian Marriage and Family Reader. New York:  Gordian Knot Books.

Longres, J., & Fredriksen, K. I.  (2000).  Issues in the work with gay and lesbian clients.  In P. Allen-Meares & C. Garvin (Eds.), Handbook of social work direct practice (pp. 477-498).  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications.

Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., & Scharlach, A. E.  (2001).  Families and work:  New directions in the twenty-first century.  New York:  Oxford University Press.

Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., & Erera, P. I. (2003).  Lesbian-headed stepfamilies.  Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 8 (2/3), 171-188.

Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., & Farwell, N.  (2004).  Dual responsibilities of family care and employment among Black, Hispanic, Asian and white caregivers: Implications for social work practice. Gerontological Social Work, 43 (4), 35-44.

Clunis, M., Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., Freeman, P., & Nystrom, N.  (2005).  Looking back, looking  forward: The lives of lesbian elders. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., & Scharlach, A.  (in press).  An interactive model of informal adult care and employment. Community, Work and Family.

Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I, & Bonifas, R. (in press). Multigenerational practice and curricular infusion. Journal of ntergenerational Relations, 3 (3).

Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I. (2005). Multigenerational health, development and equality.  The Gerontologist, 45 (1), 125-130.

Darryl Hill, PhD

Hill, D. B. (2004). Gender and sexual non-conformity as madness: An update for 21st century New Jersey. History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin, 16 (2), 22-23.

Hill, D. B. (2000). Categories of sex and gender: Either/or, both/and, and neither/nor. History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin, 12 (2), 25-33.

Hill, D. B. (2002). Genderism, transphobia, and genderbashing: A framework for interpreting anti-transgender violence. In B. Wallace & R. Carter (Eds.), Understanding and dealing with violence: A multicultural approach (pp. 113-136). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Hill, D. B. (2000). Transvestism. In T. Murphy (Ed.), Reader’s guide to gay and lesbian studies (pp. 592-594). New York: Fitzroy Dearborn.

David Allen Jenkins, PhD, LCSW

Jenkins, D. (in review). Gay and lesbian stepfamilies: Views of the role of biological parents. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services.

Jenkins, D. (in press). Changing family dynamics: A sibling comes out. GLBT Family Studies.

Johnston, L., & Jenkins, D. (in press). Lesbians and gay men embrace their sexual orientation after ex-gay ministries.  Journal of Mental Health Counseling.

Jenkins, D., & Johnston, L. (2004).  Unethical treatment of gay and lesbian people with conversion therapy.  Families in Society:  The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 85 (4), 557-561.

Johnston, L,. & Jenkins, D. (2004).  Coming out in mid-adulthood:  Building a new identity.  Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 16 (2), 19-42.

Johnston, L., & Jenkins, D. (2004).  A gay and lesbian congregation seeks social justice for other marginalized communities.  Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 16 (3/4), 193-206.

Moore, L., Dietz, T., & Jenkins, D. (1996). Beyond the classroom: Taking action against heterosexism. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 5 (4), 87-98.

Michael C. LaSala, PhD, LCSW

Journal Articles

LaSala, M. C. (2004). Extradyadic sex and gay male couples: Comparing monogamous and nonmonogamous relationships. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 85, 405-412.

LaSala, M. C. (2003). When interviewing “family”: Maximizing the insider advantage in the qualitative study of lesbians and gay men. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 15, 15-30.

LaSala, M. C. (2002). Walls and bridges: How coupled gay men and lesbians manage their intergenerational relationships. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 28, 327-338.

LaSala, M. C. (2001). Monogamous or not: Understanding and counseling gay male couples. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 82, 605-611.

LaSala, M. C. (2001). The importance of partners to lesbians’ intergenerational relationships. Social Work Research, 25, 27-35.

LaSala, M. C. (2000). Gay male couples: The importance of coming out and being out to parents.  Journal of Homosexuality, 39, 47-71.

LaSala, M. C. (2000). Lesbians, gay men, and their parents: Family therapy for the coming-out crisis. Family Process, 39, 67-81. (This article has been ranslated into Italian and appears in the journal Terapia Familiare.)

LaSala, M. C. (1998). Coupled gay men, parents, and in-laws: Intergenerational disapproval and the need for a thick skin. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 79, 585-595.  This article has been translated into Italian and published as a book chapter in La Crisi Della Coppia (Andolfi, 2000).

LaSala, M. C. (1997). Client satisfaction: Consideration of correlates and response bias. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 78, 54-64.

O’Connor, J., & LaSala, M. C. (1988). An invariant intervention of last resort: Treatment of chronic school failure in adolescents. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 7, 19-25.

Journal Articles in Press

LaSala, M. C.  (in press). Monogamy of the heart: A qualitative study of extradyadic sex among gay male couples. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 17 (3).

LaSala, M. C. (in press). Cognitive and environmental interventions for gay males: Addressing stigma and its consequences. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services.

LaSala, M. C. (in press). Old maps, new territory: Family therapy theory and gay and     lesbian couples.  Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Family Studies.

James I. Martin, PhD

Books

Meezan, W., & Martin, J. I. (Eds.). (2003). Research methods with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender populations. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press. Simultaneously published as Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 15 (1-2).

Martin, J. I., & Hunter, S. (2001). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues in social work: A comprehensive bibliography with annotations. Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education.

Book Chapters

Martin, J. I., & Meezan, W. (2003). Applying ethical standards to research and evaluations involving lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations. In W. Meezan & J. I. Martin (Eds.), Research methods with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender populations. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press. Simultaneously published as Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 15 (1-2), 181-201.

Meezan, W., & Martin, J. I. (2003). Exploring current themes in research with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender populations. In W. Meezan & J. I. Martin (Eds.), Research methods with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender populations. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press. Simultaneously published as Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 15 (1-2), 1-14.

Journal Articles

Martin, J. I. (under revision). Transcendence among gay men: Implications for HIV prevention. Sexualities.

Martin, J. I. (in press). Nosology, etiology, and course of gender identity disorder in children. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy.

Martin, J. I., Pryce, J. G., & Leeper, J. (in press). Avoidance coping and HIV risk behavior among gay men. Health & Social Work.

Martin, J. I., & D’Augelli, A. R. (2003). How lonely are gay and lesbian youth? sychological Reports, 93, 486.

Martin, J. I., & Knox, J. (2000). Methodological and ethical issues in research on lesbians and gay men. Social Work Research, 24, 51-59.

Martin, J. I., & Knox, J. (1997). Self-esteem instability and its implications for HIV prevention among gay men. Health & Social Work, 22, 264-273.

Martin, J. I., & Knox, J. (1997). Loneliness and sexual risk behavior in gay men. Psychological Reports, 81, 815-825.

Bill Meezan, DSW, ACSW

Meezan, W., & Martin, J.  (under contract).  Handbook of research with LGBT populations. Binghamton NY: The Haworth Press.

Meezan, W., & Martin, J. (2003).  Research methods with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender populations.  Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press. (Published simultaneously as an extended double issue of the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 15 (1/2)).

Meezan, W. (in preparation).  Research on gay and lesbian parenting and its effects on children:  How good are the knowledge claims?  In W. Meezan & J. Martin (Eds.), Handbook of research with LGBT populations. Binghamton NY: The Haworth Press.

Meezan, W. (under review).  Same-sex parenting and its effects on children:  The case for second parent adoption.

Meezan, W., & Rauch, J. (in press).  Same-sex marriage, parenting, and America’s children.  The Future of Children.

Ilan H. Meyer, PhD

Meyer, I. H. (2003).  Prejudice, social stress and mental health in lesbian, gay, and bisexual populations: Conceptual issues and research evidence.  Psychological Bulletin, 129, 674-697.

Meyer, I. H.  (2003).  Prejudice as stress: Conceptual Problems for Measurement.  American Journal of Public Health, 93, 262-265.

Lewin, S., & Meyer, I. H. (2001, December 1).  Torture, ill-treatment and sexual identity.  The Lancet, 358, 1899-1900.

Meyer, I. H., & Schwartz, S. (2000). Social issues as public health: promise and peril. American Journal of Public Health, 90, 1189-1191.

Cheryl A. Parks, PhD, MSW, ACSW

Parks, C. A., & Hughes, T. L. (in press). Age differences in lesbian identity development and drinking. Substance Use and Misuse.

Parks, C. A., & Hughes, T. L. (2005).  Alcohol use and alcohol-related problems in self-identified lesbians: Age and racial/ethnic comparisons. Journal of Lesbian Studies. 9 (3).

Parks, C. A., Hughes, T. L., & Matthews, A. K.  (2004). Race/ethnicity and sexual orientation: Intersecting identities. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10 (3), 241-254.

Scheer, S., Parks, C. A., McFarland, W., Shafer, K. P., et al. (2003).  Self-reported sexual identity, sexual behaviors and health risks: Examples from a population-based survey of young women.  Journal of Lesbian Studies, 7 (1), 69-83.

Parks, C. A. (1999).  Lesbian social drinking: The role of alcohol in growing up and living as lesbian.  Contemporary Drug Problems, 26 (1), 75-129.

Parks, C. A. (1999).  Lesbian identity development: An examination of differences across generations.  American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 69 (3), 347-361.

Parks, C. A. (1999).  Bicultural competence: A mediating factor affecting alcohol use practices and problems among lesbian social drinkers.  Journal of Drug Issues, 29 (1) 135-153.

Parks, C. A. (1998).  Lesbian parenthood: A review of the literature. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 68 (3), 376-389.

Hunter, S., & Hickerson, J. C. (2003). Affirmative practice: Understanding and working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons. NASW Press.

Jack B. Stein, PhD

Compton, W. M., Stein, J. B., Robertson, E., Pintello, D. Pringle, B., & Volkow, N. D. (in press). Charting a course for health services research. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment.

Stein, J. B. (2003). Attitudes of social work students about substance abuse: Can a brief educational program make a difference? Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 3 (1).

Rawson, R. A., & Stein, J. B. (2002). Blending clinical practice and research: Forging partnerships to enhance drug addiction treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 23, 1-2.

Stein, J. B. (1999). The dual challenge of HIV and drug abuse: What to know, what to do. In V. Lynch (Ed.), HIV/AIDS at year 2000: A sourcebook for social workers. New York: Allyn and Bacon.

Stein, J. B. (1998). Addressing HIV risks with clients who use drugs. In D. M. Aronstein & B. J. Thompson (Eds.), HIV and social work: A practitioner’s guide. New York: Haworth Press.

Stein, J. B. (1997). HIV and substance abuse: A training workshop for social workers. Washington, DC: National Association of Social Workers.

Stein, J. B. (1996). HIV and mental health counseling: A training program for social workers. Washington, DC: National Association of Social Workers.

Stein, J. B. (1994). HIV prevention strategies with alcohol and other drug abusing adolescents. In M. Quackenbush & M. Nelson (Eds.), The AIDS challenge: Prevention strategies for youth (2nd ed.). San Francisco: ETR Associates.

Hodge, R. & Stein, J. B. (1993). Substance abuse and HIV disease: A multidimensional challenge to caregivers. In V. J. Lynch, G. A. Lloyd, & M. F. Fimbres. The changing face of AIDS: Implications for social work practice. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.

Stein, J. B. (1992). HIV disease and substance abuse: Twin epidemics, multiple needs. In H. Land (Ed.). A complete guide to psychosocial intervention.  Milwaukee: Family Services of America.

Stein, J. B. (1992). HIV and TB: Implications for treatment programs. Training facts: A report to the training field (Ed.). Rockville, MD: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.

Stein, J. B. (1991). Social work and the HIV/substance abuse connection: A curriculum for schools of social work. (Ed.). Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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