Category Archives: Intersectional Identities

“What are you?” Reactions to American Racial Rhetoric among Mixed and Multiracial Caribbeans

Historically, the United States has had tumultuous relationship with mixed and multiracial individuals within its borders; interracial marriage was illegal until 1967, and the one-drop rule continues affect racial discourse. Combined with the hegemonic power of American culture, the effect … Continue reading

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A Cross-Sectional and Comparative Analysis of California Female Inmates

Grills, C.,  Villanueva, S., Anderson, M., Corsbie-Massay, C.L., Smith, B., Johnson, L., & Owens, K. (in press). Effectiveness of Choice Theory Connections: A Cross-Sectional and Comparative Analysis of California Female Inmates. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Abstract … Continue reading

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Dual Identity Distress – A Measure of Intersectionality

Identity is a complex construct that is easy to experience and difficult to define. Although several preexisting scales assess single identity constructs, no validated scale assesses the dynamic experience of multiple identities simultaneously. Drawing from the extensive work in social … Continue reading

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The Interaction of Gay and Ethnic Identities on Safe Sex Behavior Among Men of Color who have Sex with Men (MCSM)

Corsbie-Massay, C., Godoy, C., Appleby, PR., Miller, LC., Christensen, JL., Read, SJ. There is increased promise of targeting health promotion messages for often-underrepresented racial or ethnic groups with the advent of new interactive media. However, rebranding preexisting messages with phenotypically … Continue reading

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The Faculty Minute: Stan Huey, Jr.

Stan Huey, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Southern California, received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from UCLA in 1998. He joined the USC psychology faculty in 2000. Dr. Huey’s research targets three primary areas: (1) psychotherapy effects … Continue reading

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MultiRacial Identity Development – Brought to you by The Boondocks

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