Symposia: 221/89 - Stigma and social relationships from the target’s perspective

Thursday 6 July
11.10 - 12.50 h.
Andalucía II
Does stigma affect how we form, experience and maintain relationships? The aim of this symposium is to address this question and explore mechanisms by which stigma affects social relationships as well as individual and contextual factors that moderate these links.

 

Chair
David Matthew Doyle
Lecturer in Social Psychology. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.

 

221/8901 What is couple-level minority stress and how does it impact the health of same-sex couples?

(1) Frost, David; (2) LeBlanc, Allen J.

(1) Lecturer in Social and Health Psychology. School of Psychology. University of Surrey. Guildford. United Kingdom.; (2) Professor of Sociology. Health Equity Institute. San Francisco State University. San Francisco. United States.

221/8902 How exposure to sexism affects women’s relationships with peers

(1) Barreto, Manuela; (2) Darden, Safi; (3) Dimitriou, Elena; (4) Atkinson, Mark

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.; (2) Lecturer. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.; (3) Doctoral Student. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.; (4) Associate Research Fellow. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.

221/8903 Effect of stigma and concealment on avoidant friendship orientation and intimate relational behavior

(1) Richman, Laura; (2) Lattanner, Micah R.

(1) Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Duke University. Durham. United States.; (2) Doctoral Student. Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Duke University. Durham. United States.

221/8904 Understanding context in the link between perceived stigma and social health: Moderation by structural stigma

(1) Doyle, David Matthew; (2) Molix, Lisa

(1) Lecturer in Social Psychology. Department of Psychology. University of Exeter. Exeter. United Kingdom.; (2) Associate Professor. Department of Psychology. Tulane University. New Orleans. United States.