L. Anne Peplau

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Psychology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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Lavner JA, Waterman J, Peplau LA. (2014) Parent adjustment over time in gay, lesbian, and heterosexual parent families adopting from foster care. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 84: 46-53
Ghavami N, Peplau LA. (2013) An Intersectional Analysis of Gender and Ethnic Stereotypes: Testing Three Hypotheses Psychology of Women Quarterly. 37: 113-127
Fingerhut AW, Peplau LA. (2013) Same-Sex Romantic Relationships Handbook of Psychology and Sexual Orientation
Preciado MA, Johnson KL, Peplau LA. (2013) The impact of cues of stigma and support on self-perceived sexual orientation among heterosexually identified men and women Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 49: 477-485
Lavner JA, Waterman J, Peplau LA. (2012) Can gay and lesbian parents promote healthy development in high-risk children adopted from foster care? The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 82: 465-72
Preciado MA, Peplau LA. (2012) Self-perception of Same-sex Sexuality Among Heterosexual Women: Association with Personal Need for Structure Self and Identity. 11: 137-147
Ghavami N, Fingerhut A, Peplau LA, et al. (2011) Testing a model of minority identity achievement, identity affirmation, and psychological well-being among ethnic minority and sexual minority individuals. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology. 17: 79-88
Conley TD, Peplau LA. (2010) Gender and perceptions of romantic partners' sexual risk. The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 7: 794-802
Fingerhut AW, Peplau LA, Gable SL. (2010) Identity, minority stress and psychological well-being among gay men and lesbians Psychology and Sexuality. 1: 101-114
Beals KP, Peplau LA, Gable SL. (2009) Stigma management and well-being: the role of perceived social support, emotional processing, and suppression. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 35: 867-79
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