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Ansara, Y.G., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Methodologies of misgendering: Recommendations for reducing cisgenderism in psychological research. Feminism & Psychology, 24, 259-270.

Bharj, N., & Hegarty, P. (2015). A postcolonial feminist critique of harem analogies in psychological science. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 3, 257-275.

Capdevila, R., Hubbard, K., & Donnelly, L. (2019). Standing still whilst ‘looking back and moving forwards’: the personal accounts of POWS members in the here and now. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review.

Griffiths, D. A. (2016). Queer Genes: Realism, Sexuality and Science. Journal of Critical Realism 15(5).

Hegarty, P. (2016). Brains, variability and inheritance: The continued relevance of Shields’ Functionalism in 21st century times. Feminism & Psychology, 26, 346-352.

Hubbard, K. (2017). Treading on delicate ground: Comparing the Lesbian and Gay Affirmative Rorschach Research of June Hopkins and Evelyn Hooker. Psychology of Women Section Review, 19 (1), 3-9.

Hubbard, K. (2018). The British projective test movement: Reflections on a queer feminist tale. History and Philosophy of Psychology, 19(1) 26-35.

Hubbard, K. (2019). Queer Ink: A Blotted History Towards Liberation. Routledge.

Hubbard, K. & Bharj, N. (in press). A Gendered Prestige: The Powers at Play when Doing Psychology with Ink Blots/Statistics. In Psychological Studies in Science and Technology. O’Doherty, K., Ernst Schraube, E., & Yen,J. (Eds.).

Hubbard, K. & Hegarty, P. (2017). Rorschach tests and Rorschach vigilantes: Queering the history of Psychology in Watchmen. History of the Human Sciences, 30(4) 75–99.

Magnani, R. and Watt, D. (2019). Queer Manuscripts. Special Issue of the Journal Postmedieval 9.3

Pulham, P. E. (2016). Marmoreal sisterhoods: classical statuary in nineteenth-century women’s writing. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, 2016(22).

Watt, D. (2017). A Fragmentary Archive: Migratory Feelings in Early Anglo-Saxon Women’s Letters. The Journal of Homosexuality 64: 415-429.

Watt, D. (2019). Women, Writing and Religion in England and Beyond, 600-1150. Bloomsbury Academic.

Capdevila, R. Hubbard, K. & Donnelly, L. (2019). Standing still whilst ‘looking back and moving forwards’: the personal accounts of POWS members in the here and now. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review.

Fish, J, King, A, and Almack, K (2018) “Queerying activism through the lens of the sociology of everyday life”, The Sociological Review, 66(6): 1194-1208

Griffiths, D. A. (2018). Diagnosing Sex: Intersex Surgery and ‘Sex Change’ in Britain 1930-1955. Sexualities 21(3).

Griffiths, D. A. (2018). Shifting Syndromes: Sex Chromosome Variations and Intersex Classifications. Social Studies of Science 48(1).

Hegarty, P. (2016). Brains, variability and inheritance: The continued relevance of Shields’ Functionalism in 21st century times. Feminism & Psychology, 26, 346-352.

Hegarty, P. (2017). A recent history of LGBT psychology: From homophobia to LGBT. London, UK: Routledge

Hubbard, K. (2017). Queer Signs: The women of the British projective test movement. Journal of the history of the Behavioural Sciences, 53(2), 265-285.

Hubbard, K. (2017). Treading on delicate ground: Comparing the Lesbian and Gay Affirmative Rorschach Research of June Hopkins and Evelyn Hooker. Psychology of Women Section Review, 19 (1), 3-9.

Hubbard, K. (2018). The British projective test movement: Reflections on a queer feminist tale. History and Philosophy of Psychology, 19(1) 26-35.

Hubbard, K. (2019). Queer Ink: A Blotted History Towards Liberation. Routledge.

Hubbard, K. & Bharj, N. (in press). A Gendered Prestige: The Powers at Play when Doing Psychology with Ink Blots/Statistics. In Psychological Studies in Science and Technology. O’Doherty, K., Ernst Schraube, E., & Yen,J. (Eds.).

Hubbard, K. & Hegarty, P. (2014) Why is the History of Heterosexuality Essential? Beliefs about the History of Sexuality and Their Relationship to Sexual Prejudice. Journal of homosexuality, 61, 471-490.

Hubbard, K. & Hegarty, P. (2017). Rorschach tests and Rorschach vigilantes: Queering the history of Psychology in Watchmen. History of the Human Sciences, 30(4) 75–99.

Magnani, R. and Watt, D. (2019). Queer Manuscripts. Special Issue of the Journal Postmedieval 9.3

Mahn, C. and Watt, D. (2014). Relighting the Fire: Visualising the Lesbian in Contemporary India. Journal of Lesbian Studies 18.3: 223-236.

McAvoy, L H. and Watt, D. (2017). Women’s Literary Culture and Late Medieval English Writing. Special Issue of The Chaucer Review 51.1.

Morgan, Amy Louise. “to play bi an orchardside’: Orchards as Enclosures of Queer Space in Lanval and Sir Orfeo.’ In Gardens in Britain: Enclosure and Transformation, c.1200-1750, edited by Patricia Skinner and Theresa Tyers (London: Routledge, 2018).

Pettit, M., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Psychology and sexuality in historical time. In D. L. Tolman, L. M. Diamond, J. A. Bauermeister, W. H. George, J. G. Pfaus, & L. M. Ward (Eds.), APA handbook of sexuality and psychology, Vol. 1. Person-based approaches (pp. 63-78). Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association.

Watt, D. (2015). Mary the Physician: Women, Religion and Medicine. In the Middle Ages’ in Medicine, Religion and Gender in Medieval Culture. Ed. Naoë Kukita Yoshikawa. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer. 27-44.

Watt, D. (2017). A Fragmentary Archive: Migratory Feelings in Early Anglo-Saxon Women’s Letters. The Journal of Homosexuality 64: 415-429.

Watt, D. (2019). Women, Writing and Religion in England and Beyond, 600-1150. Bloomsbury Academic.

Young, J., & Hegarty, P.(in press). Reasonable men: Sexual harassment and social psychologists’ norms for conduct. Feminism & Psychology

Almack, K and King, A (2019) “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trans Aging in a British Context: Discussion of State-of-the-Art Empirical Research”, The International Journal of Aging and Human Development (special issue on Global LGBT Ageing edited by Fredriksen-Goldsen, K and de Vries, B)

Chakraborti, N. and Garland, J. (2015) Hate Crime: Impact, Causes and Responses (Second Edition), London: Sage

Chakraborti, N., Garland, J. and Hardy, S.J. (2014) The Leicester Hate Crime Project: Briefing Paper 2: Gendered Hostility, Leicester: University of Leicester.

Griffiths, D. A. (2018). Diagnosing Sex: Intersex Surgery and ‘Sex Change’ in Britain 1930-1955. Sexualities 21(3).

Griffiths, D. A. (2018). Shifting Syndromes: Sex Chromosome Variations and Intersex Classifications. Social Studies of Science 48(1).

Hegarty, P., Ansara, Y.G., & Barker, M.J. (2018). Non-binary gender. In N. Dess, J. Marecek, D. Best, & L. Bell (Eds). Psychology of Gender, Sex, and Sexualities (pp. 53-78). New York: Oxford University Press.

Hegarty, P., Smith, A.M., & Bogan-Carey, T. (2019). Stigma as framed on YouTube: Effects of personal experience videos on students’ beliefs about medicalizing intersex. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 49, 133-144.

Hughes, M and King, A (2018) “Representations of LGBT Ageing and Older People in Australia and the UK”, Journal of Sociology, 54(1): 125-140.

King, A (2016) “Queer(y)ing Dementia – bringing Queer Theory and studies of dementia into dialogue” in S. Westwood and E. Price (eds) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* Individuals Living with Dementia: Concepts, Practice and Rights. London: Routledge. pp 51-64

King, A and Cronin, A (2016) “Bonds, Bridges and Ties: Applying Social Capital Theory to LGBT People’s Housing Concerns Later in Life” Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 17(1): 16-25.

King, A and Stoneman, P (2017) “Understanding SAFE Housing – putting older LGBT* people’s concerns, preferences and experiences of housing in England in a sociological context”, Housing, Care and Support, 20(3): 89-99.

King, A, Almack, K, Suen, Y-T and Westwood, S (2018) Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) People: Minding the Knowledge Gaps. London: Routledge

King, A. (2015) “Prepare for Impact! Reflecting on Knowledge Exchange Work to Improve Services for Older LGBT People in Times of Austerity” Social Policy and Society, 14 (1): 15-27.

Lundberg, T., Hegarty, P., & Roen, K. (2018). Making sense of ‘Intersex’ and ‘DSD’: How laypeople with varying experience of intersex/DSD understand and use terminology. Psychology & Sexuality, 9, 161-173.

Lundberg, T., Hegarty. P., & Roen, K. (2019). Moving intersex/DSD rights and care forward: Lay understandings of common dilemmas. Journal of Social and Political Psychology.

Lundberg, T., Lindström, A., Roen, K., & Hegarty, P. (2017). From knowing nothing to knowing now: Parents experiences of caring for their children with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 42, 520-529.

Pearce, R. and Lohman, K. (2018) ‘Deconstructing DIY identities in a trans music scene’, Sexualities, 22(1).

Roen, K., & Hegarty, P. (2018). Shaping parents, shaping penises: How medical teams frame parents’ decisions in response to hypospadias. British Journal of Health Psychology, 23, 967-981.

Roen, K., Liao, L.-M., Hegarty, P., Lundberg, T., & Creighton, S. (in press). Clitoral surgery on minors: Interview study of health professionals’ strategies for navigating “the big debate” in differences of sex development. BJM Open.

Westwood S, King A, Almack K, Suen Y-T, Bailey L. (2014) “Good Practice in Health and Social Care Provision for Older LGBT people” in J. Fish and K. Karban (eds.) Social Work and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Health Inequalities: International Perspectives. Bristol: Policy Press. pp 145-158

Ansara, Y.G., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Methodologies of misgendering: Recommendations for reducing cisgenderism in psychological research. Feminism & Psychology, 24, 259-270.

Bharj, N., & Hegarty, P. (2015). A postcolonial feminist critique of harem analogies in psychological science. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 3, 257-275.

Fasoli, F., Carnaghi, A., & Paladino, M. P. (2015). Social acceptability of sexist derogatory and sexist objectifying slurs across contexts. Language Sciences, 52, 98-107.

Fasoli, F., Hegarty, P., Maass, A., & Antonio, R. (2018). Who wants to sound straight? Sexual majority and minority stereotypes, beliefs and desires about auditory gaydar. Personality and Individual Differences, 130, 59-64.

Fasoli, F., Maass, A., & Carnaghi, A. (2015). Labelling and discrimination: Do homophobic epithets undermine fair distribution of resources?. British Journal of Social Psychology, 54(2), 383-393.

Fasoli, F., Maass, A., & Sulpizio, S. (2018). Stereotypical disease inferences from gay/lesbian versus heterosexual voices. Journal of homosexuality, 65(8), 990-1014.

Fasoli, F., Maass, A., Paladino, M. P., & Sulpizio, S. (2017). Gay-and lesbian-sounding auditory cues elicit stereotyping and discrimination. Archives of sexual behavior, 46(5), 1261-1277.

Fasoli, F., Paladino, M. P., Carnaghi, A., Jetten, J., Bastian, B., & Bain, P. G. (2016). Not “just words”: Exposure to homophobic epithets leads to dehumanizing and physical distancing from gay men. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46(2), 237-248.

Hegarty, P., Mollin, S., & Foels, R. (2016). Binomial word order and social status. In H. Giles and A. Maass (Eds.), Advances in Intergroup Communication (pp. 119-135). Peter Lang Publishing.

Hegarty, P., Sczerba, A., & Skelton, R. (2019). How has cultural heterosexism affected thinking about divorce? Asymmetric framing of same-gender and mixed-gender divorces in news media and in minds. Journal of Homosexuality.

Magnani, R. and Watt, D. (2019). Queer Manuscripts. Special Issue of the Journal Postmedieval 9.3

Mahn, C. and Watt, D. (2014). Relighting the Fire: Visualising the Lesbian in Contemporary India. Journal of Lesbian Studies 18.3: 223-236.

McAvoy, L H. and Watt, D. (2017). Women’s Literary Culture and Late Medieval English Writing. Special Issue of The Chaucer Review 51.1.

Morgan, Amy Louise. “to play bi an orchardside’: Orchards as Enclosures of Queer Space in Lanval and Sir Orfeo.’ In Gardens in Britain: Enclosure and Transformation, c.1200-1750, edited by Patricia Skinner and Theresa Tyers (London: Routledge, 2018).

Patricia Pulham ‘Eyes that trace like Fingers: Keats, Wilde and Victorian Statue-Love’, La Questione Romantica: Rivista Interdisciplinare di Studie Romantici, 5: 1-2 (2015): 133-49.

Patricia Pulham A. C. Swinburne’s ‘birchen pen’: Epistolary Sadomasochism in Love’s Cross-Currents: A Year’s Letters, Mosaic: An Interdisciplinary Critical Journal, 50: 3, (September 2017):141-157

Patricia Pulham, ‘Marmoreal Sisterhoods: Women writing Sculpture in the Nineteenth Century’, 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century (2016), 22: 2016 (22). DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/ntn.763.

Patricia Pulham, ‘Occultism and the homme fatal in Robert Smythe Hichens’s Flames: A London Phantasy’, Volupté: Interdisciplinary Journal of Decadence Studies, 1: 2 (Winter 2018): 97-115; https://volupte.gold.ac.uk/current-issue

Patricia Pulham, The Sculptural Body in Victorian Literature: Encrypted Sexualities (contracted to EUP; forthcoming 2020)

Sulpizio, S., Fasoli, F., Maass, A., Paladino, M. P., Vespignani, F., Eyssel, F., & Bentler, D. (2015). The sound of voice: Voice-based categorization of speakers’ sexual orientation within and across languages. PLoS One, 10(7), e0128882.

Watt, D. (2015). Mary the Physician: Women, Religion and Medicine. In the Middle Ages’ in Medicine, Religion and Gender in Medieval Culture. Ed. Naoë Kukita Yoshikawa. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer. 27-44.

Watt, D. (2017). A Fragmentary Archive: Migratory Feelings in Early Anglo-Saxon Women’s Letters. The Journal of Homosexuality 64: 415-429.

Watt, D. (2019). Women, Writing and Religion in England and Beyond, 600-1150. Bloomsbury Academic.

Ansara, Y.G., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Methodologies of misgendering: Recommendations for reducing cisgenderism in psychological research. Feminism & Psychology, 24, 259-270.

Bartoș, S.E., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Gender, race, and ethnic relations. To In P. Nesbitt-Larking, && T. Capelos, with H. Dekker, (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Political Psychology (pp. 204-219). Houndsmill, UK

Bartoș, S.E., Berger, I., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Can psychological interventions reduce homophobia? A study-space analysis and meta-analytic review. Annual Review of Sex Research, 51, 363-382.

Chakraborti, N. and Garland, J. (eds) (2014) Responding to Hate Crime: The Case for Connecting Policy and Research, Bristol: The Policy Press.

Chakroff, A., Russell, P.S., Piazza, J., & Young, L. (2017). From impure to harmful: Asymmetric expectations about immoral agents. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 69, 201-209.

Cronin, A and King, A (2014) “Only Connect? The Social Capital of older lesbian, gay and bisexual adults” Ageing and Society, 34(2): 258-279.

Fasoli, F., Durante, F., Mari, S., Zogmaister, C., & Volpato, C. (2018). Shades of sexualization: When sexualization becomes sexual objectification. Sex Roles, 78(5-6), 338-351.

Hegarty, P., Ansara, Y.G., & Barker, M.J. (2018). Non-binary gender. In N. Dess, J. Marecek, D. Best, & L. Bell (Eds). Psychology of Gender, Sex, and Sexualities (pp. 53-78). New York: Oxford University Press.

Hegarty, P., Sczerba, A., & Skelton, R. (2019). How has cultural heterosexism affected thinking about divorce? Asymmetric framing of same-gender and mixed-gender divorces in news media and in minds. Journal of Homosexuality.

Hegarty, P., Smith, A.M., & Bogan-Carey, T. (2019). Stigma as framed on YouTube: Effects of personal experience videos on students’ beliefs about medicalizing intersex. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 49, 133-144.

Hinchliff, S and King, A (2018) “Ageing Sexualities Through a Critical Lens: Bringing Social Psychology, Sociology, and Intersectionality into Dialogue” in Peel, E., Holland, C., and Murray, M (eds) Psychologies of Ageing: Theory, Research and Practice. London: Palgrave. pp. 51-77.

Hubbard, K. (2017). Queer Signs: The women of the British projective test movement. Journal of the history of the Behavioural Sciences, 53(2), 265-285.

Hubbard, K. (2017). Treading on delicate ground: Comparing the Lesbian and Gay Affirmative Rorschach Research of June Hopkins and Evelyn Hooker. Psychology of Women Section Review, 19 (1), 3-9.

Hubbard, K. & de Visser, R. (2015). Not just bi the bi: The relationship between essentialist beliefs and attitudes about bisexuality. Psychology and Sexuality, 6(3), 258-274.

Hubbard, K. & Hegarty, P. (2017). Rorschach tests and Rorschach vigilantes: Queering the history of Psychology in Watchmen. History of the Human Sciences, 30(4) 75–99.

Hughes, M and King, A (2018) “Representations of LGBT Ageing and Older People in Australia and the UK”, Journal of Sociology, 54(1): 125-140.

King, A (2016) “Troubling Identities? Examining Older Lesbian, Gay and/or Bisexual People’s Membership Categorisation Work and its Significance” in E. Peel and R. Harding (eds) Ageing and Sexualities: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Farnham: Ashgate. pp 163-182

King, A (2016) Older Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Adults: Identities, Intersections and Institutions. London: Routledge.

King, A, Almack, K, Suen, Y-T and Westwood, S (2018) Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) People: Minding the Knowledge Gaps. London: Routledge

King, A. (2016) “Queer Categories: Queer(y)ing the Identification ‘Older Lesbian, Gay and/or Bisexual (LGB) Adults’ and its Implications for Organizational Research, Policy and Practice.” Gender, Work & Organization 23(1): 7-18.

Mahn, C. and Watt, D. (2014). Relighting the Fire: Visualising the Lesbian in Contemporary India. Journal of Lesbian Studies 18.3: 223-236.

Patricia Pulham, ‘Occultism and the homme fatal in Robert Smythe Hichens’s Flames: A London Phantasy’, Volupté: Interdisciplinary Journal of Decadence Studies, 1: 2 (Winter 2018): 97-115; https://volupte.gold.ac.uk/current-issue

Patricia Pulham, A. C. Swinburne’s ‘birchen pen’: Epistolary Sadomasochism in Love’s Cross-Currents: A Year’s Letters, Mosaic: An Interdisciplinary Critical Journal, 50: 3, (September 2017):141-157

Patricia Pulham, The Sculptural Body in Victorian Literature: Encrypted Sexualities (contracted to EUP; forthcoming 2020

Pearce, R. and Lohman, K. (2018) ‘Deconstructing DIY identities in a trans music scene’, Sexualities, 22(1).

Roen, K., Liao, L.-M., Hegarty, P., Lundberg, T., & Creighton, S. (in press). Clitoral surgery on minors: Interview study of health professionals’ strategies for navigating “the big debate” in differences of sex development. BJM Open.

Russell P.S., & Piazza J. (2015). Consenting to counter-normative sexual acts: Differential effects of consent on anger and disgust as a function of transgressor or consenter. Cognition and Emotion, 29, 634-653. doi: 10.1080/02699931.2014.930420

Setty, E (2018) Meanings of bodily and sexual expression in youth sexting culture: Young women’s negotiation of gendered risks and harms. Sex Roles, 80(9-10), 586-606

Setty, E (2018) Meanings of bodily and sexual expression in youth sexting culture: Young women’s negotiation of gendered risks and harms. Sex Roles, 80(9-10), 586-606

Setty, E (2018) Young people’s attributions of privacy rights and obligations in youth sexting culture. International Journal of Communication, 12, 4533-4552

Setty, E (2018) Young people’s attributions of privacy rights and obligations in youth sexting culture. International Journal of Communication, 12, 4533-4552

Setty, E (in press) ‘Confident’ and ‘hot’ or ‘desperate’ and ‘cowardly’? Meanings of young men’s sexting practices in youth sexting culture. Journal of Youth Studies.

Setty, E (in press) ‘Confident’ and ‘hot’ or ‘desperate’ and ‘cowardly’? Meanings of young men’s sexting practices in youth sexting culture. Journal of Youth Studies.

Thorne, S.R., Hegarty, P., & Hepper, E.G. (2019). Equality in theory: From a heteronormative to an inclusive psychology of romantic love. Theory & Psychology.

Almack, K and King, A (2019) “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trans Aging in a British Context: Discussion of State-of-the-Art Empirical Research”, The International Journal of Aging and Human Development (special issue on Global LGBT Ageing edited by Fredriksen-Goldsen, K and de Vries, B)

Falomir-Pichastor, J.M., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Maintaining distinctions under threat: Why heterosexual men endorse the biological theory of sexuality when equality is the norm. British Journal of Social Psychology, 53, 73

Griffiths, D. A. (2015). Queer Theory for Lichens. UnderCurrents: Journal of Critical Environment Studies 19.

Griffiths, D. A. (2016). Queer Genes: Realism, Sexuality and Science. Journal of Critical Realism 15(5).

Griffiths, D. A. (2018). Diagnosing Sex: Intersex Surgery and ‘Sex Change’ in Britain 1930-1955. Sexualities 21(3).

Griffiths, D. A. (2018). Shifting Syndromes: Sex Chromosome Variations and Intersex Classifications. Social Studies of Science 48(1).

Hegarty, P. (2017). A recent history of LGBT psychology: From homophobia to LGBT. London, UK: Routledge

Hegarty, P., Smith, A.M., & Bogan-Carey, T. (2019). Stigma as framed on YouTube: Effects of personal experience videos on students’ beliefs about medicalizing intersex. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 49, 133-144.

Hubbard, K. & Bharj, N. (in press). A Gendered Prestige: The Powers at Play when Doing Psychology with Ink Blots/Statistics. In Psychological Studies in Science and Technology. O’Doherty, K., Ernst Schraube, E., & Yen,J. (Eds.).

King, A (2016) “Queer(y)ing Dementia – bringing Queer Theory and studies of dementia into dialogue” in S. Westwood and E. Price (eds) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* Individuals Living with Dementia: Concepts, Practice and Rights. London: Routledge. pp 51-64

King, A, Almack, K, Suen, Y-T and Westwood, S (2018) Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) People: Minding the Knowledge Gaps. London: Routledge

Lundberg, T., Hegarty, P., & Roen, K. (2018). Making sense of ‘Intersex’ and ‘DSD’: How laypeople with varying experience of intersex/DSD understand and use terminology. Psychology & Sexuality, 9, 161-173.

Lundberg, T., Hegarty. P., & Roen, K. (2019). Moving intersex/DSD rights and care forward: Lay understandings of common dilemmas. Journal of Social and Political Psychology.

Lundberg, T., Lindström, A., Roen, K., & Hegarty, P. (2017). From knowing nothing to knowing now: Parents experiences of caring for their children with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 42, 520-529.

Roen, K., & Hegarty, P. (2018). Shaping parents, shaping penises: How medical teams frame parents’ decisions in response to hypospadias. British Journal of Health Psychology, 23, 967-981.

Roen, K., Creighton, S.M., & Hegarty, P., & Liao, L.-M. (2018). Vaginal construction and treatment providers’ experiences: A qualitative analysis. Journal of Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology, 31, 247-251.

Roen, K., Liao, L.-M., Hegarty, P., Lundberg, T., & Creighton, S. (in press). Clitoral surgery on minors: Interview study of health professionals’ strategies for navigating “the big debate” in differences of sex development. BJM Open.

Thorne, S., Hegarty, P., & Catmur, C. (2015). Is the left hemisphere androcentric? Evidence of the learned categorical perception of gender. Laterality, 20, 571-584.

Watt, D. (2015). Mary the Physician: Women, Religion and Medicine. In the Middle Ages’ in Medicine, Religion and Gender in Medieval Culture. Ed. Naoë Kukita Yoshikawa. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer. 27-44.

Ansara, Y.G., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Methodologies of misgendering: Recommendations for reducing cisgenderism in psychological research. Feminism & Psychology, 24, 259-270.

Bartos, S., Fife-Schaw, C., & Hegarty, P. (In press). Is homonationalism influencing public opinion? Experimental and survey evidence from the UK and Romania. Psychology of Sexualities Review.

Bartoş, S.E., & Hegarty, P. (2018). Negotiating theory when doing practice: A systematic review of qualitative research on interventions to reduce homophobia. Journal of Homosexuality. https://doi.org/10.1080/00918369.2018.1500780

Bartoș, S.E., Berger, I., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Can psychological interventions reduce homophobia? A study-space analysis and meta-analytic review. Annual Review of Sex Research, 51, 363-382.

Chakraborti, N. and Garland, J. (eds) (2014) Responding to Hate Crime: The Case for Connecting Policy and Research, Bristol: The Policy Press.

Chakraborti, N. and Garland, J. (eds) (2014) Responding to Hate Crime: The Case for Connecting Policy and Research, Bristol: The Policy Press.

Chakraborti, N., Garland, J. and Hardy, S.J. (2014) The Leicester Hate Crime Project: Findings and Recommendations, Leicester: University of Leicester.

Chakraborti, N., Garland, J. and Hardy, S.J. (2014) The Leicester Hate Crime Project: Briefing Paper 2: Gendered Hostility, Leicester: University of Leicester.

Chakraborti, N., Garland, J. and Hardy, S.J. (2014) The Leicester Hate Crime Project: Briefing Paper 3: Homophobic Hate Crime, Leicester: University of Leicester.hubbard

Chakroff, A., Russell, P.S., Piazza, J., & Young, L. (2017). From impure to harmful: Asymmetric expectations about immoral agents. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 69, 201-209.

Fasoli, F., Cadinu, M., Carnaghi, A., Galdi, S., Guizzo, F., & Tassara, L. (2018). How do you self-categorize? Gender and sexual orientation self-categorization in homosexual/heterosexual men and women. Personality and Individual Differences, 123, 135-139

Fasoli, F., Carnaghi, A., & Paladino, M. P. (2015). Social acceptability of sexist derogatory and sexist objectifying slurs across contexts. Language Sciences, 52, 98-107.

Fasoli, F., Durante, F., Mari, S., Zogmaister, C., & Volpato, C. (2018). Shades of sexualization: When sexualization becomes sexual objectification. Sex Roles, 78(5-6), 338-351.

Fasoli, F., Hegarty, P., Maass, A., & Antonio, R. (2018). Who wants to sound straight? Sexual majority and minority stereotypes, beliefs and desires about auditory gaydar. Personality and Individual Differences, 130, 59-64.

Fasoli, F., Maass, A., & Carnaghi, A. (2015). Labelling and discrimination: Do homophobic epithets undermine fair distribution of resources?. British Journal of Social Psychology, 54(2), 383-393.

Fasoli, F., Maass, A., & Sulpizio, S. (2018). Stereotypical disease inferences from gay/lesbian versus heterosexual voices. Journal of homosexuality, 65(8), 990-1014.

Fasoli, F., Maass, A., Paladino, M. P., & Sulpizio, S. (2017). Gay-and lesbian-sounding auditory cues elicit stereotyping and discrimination. Archives of sexual behavior, 46(5), 1261-1277.

Fasoli, F., Maass, A., Volpato, C., & Pacilli, M. G. (2018). The (female) graduate: Choice and consequences of women’s clothing. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 2401.

Fasoli, F., Paladino, M. P., Carnaghi, A., Jetten, J., Bastian, B., & Bain, P. G. (2016). Not “just words”: Exposure to homophobic epithets leads to dehumanizing and physical distancing from gay men. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46(2), 237-248

Hegarty, P., Smith, A.M., & Bogan-Carey, T. (2019). Stigma as framed on YouTube: Effects of personal experience videos on students’ beliefs about medicalizing intersex. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 49, 133-144.

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