Congratulations to Clinical Psychology Ph.D. student, Andrew Barnett and colleagues on a forthcoming article that has been accepted for publication in the American Psychologist. Co-authors include current program students Ben Parchem & Veronica Pinho, Applied Social Psychology Ph.D. alumna Ana Maria del Rio-Gonzalez, Clinical Psychology Ph.D. alumae Rodrigo Aguayo-Romero & Nadine Nakamura, Clinical Psychology faculty Maria Cecilia Zea and Sarah Calabrese, and Applied Social Psychology faculty Paul Poppen.
The article will be published as a part of a special issue that will focus on the science and history of sexual orientation and gender diversity. Full reference:
Barnett, A.P., del Rio-Gonzalez, A.M., Parchem, B., Pinho, V., Aguayo-Romero, R., Nakamura, N., Calabrese, S.K., Poppen, P.J., and Zea, M.C. (in press). Content Analysis of Psychological Research with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People of Color in the United States: 1969–2018. American Psychologist.
Congratulations on this great team effort!