Joanne Davila

Psychology Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
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Petruzzella A, Feinstein BA, Davila J, et al. (2020) Gay-Specific and General Stressors Predict Gay Men's Psychological Functioning Over Time. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Petruzzella A, Feinstein BA, Davila J, et al. (2019) Moderators of the Association Between Community Connectedness and Internalizing Symptoms Among Gay Men. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Mattson RE, Cameron N, Middleton FA, et al. (2018) Oxytocin receptor gene (OXTR) links to marital quality via social support behavior and perceived partner responsiveness. Journal of Family Psychology : Jfp : Journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 43)
Davila J, Jabbour J, Dyar C, et al. (2018) Bi+ Visibility: Characteristics of Those Who Attempt to Make Their Bisexual+ Identity Visible and the Strategies They Use. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Dyar C, Feinstein BA, Davila J. (2018) Development and Validation of a Brief Version of the Anti-Bisexual Experiences Scale. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Feinstein BA, Davila J, Dyar C. (2017) A weekly diary study of minority stress, coping, and internalizing symptoms among gay men. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 85: 1144-1157
Feinstein BA, Latack JA, Bhatia V, et al. (2016) Romantic relationship involvement as a minority stress buffer in gay/lesbian versus bisexual individuals Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health. 1-21
Feinstein BA, Dyar C, Bhatia V, et al. (2015) Conservative Beliefs, Attitudes Toward Bisexuality, and Willingness to Engage in Romantic and Sexual Activities With a Bisexual Partner. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Latack JA, Moyer A, Simon VA, et al. (2015) Attentional Bias for Sexual Threat Among Sexual Victimization Survivors: A Meta-Analytic Review. Trauma, Violence & Abuse
Hershenberg R, Olino TM, Dyson MW, et al. (2015) Are personality disorder dimensions related over time? An examination over the course of ten years using multivariate growth modeling. Comprehensive Psychiatry. 58: 11-7
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