Disparities in health insurance coverage, access, and outcomes for individuals in same-sex versus different-sex relationships, — Taken together, these issues establish a critical and timely need for cultural competence among psychologists, both those in training and those in practice. Correspondence concerning this article can be addressed to Dr. To have cultural competence in working with LGBT clients, we recommend that at minimum, an intern have at least one experience working with a member of the LGBT population together with supervision by a qualified supervisor. Gay people, sex, and the media.
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Lives of lesbians, gays, and bisexuals: Significant omnibus F -tests were followed up with post hoc comparisons using Tamhane's T2 test, which does not assume equal cell size or equal variance, to identify significant differences across groups. Examining black and gay male athletes. The ICC for talk about nonheterosexual sexual issues was. Please log in from an authenticated institution or log into your member profile to access the email feature. This paper focuses on variables assessing nonheterosexual content that were included as part of two larger content analyses examining sexual content more broadly on American television.
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Men and women 15—44 years of age. This could be in the form of a three-hour seminar within each course i. Stages and processes of self-change of smoking: Annual Review of Psychology. Bryant J, Zillman D, editors. In most cases, there was a high degree of correspondence between a genre's relative rankings for same-sex sexual behavior and talk about nonheterosexual sexual issues.
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