His main research concerns Social psychology, Sexual orientation, Clinical psychology, Heterosexism and Sexual minority. Michael R. Woodford has included themes like Mathematics education, Social work and Sexual identity in his Social psychology study. His Sexual orientation research focuses on Homosexuality and how it relates to Transgender.
His research integrates issues of Mental health and Minority stress in his study of Clinical psychology. His study on Heterosexism is covered under Lesbian. He focuses mostly in the field of Sexual minority, narrowing it down to topics relating to Harassment and, in certain cases, Incivility, Hostility and Feeling.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Lesbian, Transgender, Sexual orientation and Gender studies. His research on Social psychology focuses in particular on Sexual minority. His Sexual minority study combines topics in areas such as Harassment and Clinical psychology.
His work on Heterosexism as part of his general Lesbian study is frequently connected to Intergroup Dialogue, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His research investigates the connection between Transgender and topics such as Family medicine that intersect with issues in Health care. His Sexual orientation research incorporates themes from Homosexuality, Ethnic group, Sexual identity and Medical education.
Michael R. Woodford mainly investigates Social psychology, Transgender, Sexual minority, Heterosexism and Lesbian. Michael R. Woodford interconnects Thematic analysis and Sexual identity in the investigation of issues within Social psychology. The Transphobia research Michael R. Woodford does as part of his general Transgender study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Inclusion, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His Sexual minority study deals with the bigger picture of Sexual orientation. His study with Heterosexism involves better knowledge in Homosexuality. His research in Lesbian intersects with topics in Clinical psychology and Queer.
His primary areas of study are Queer, Heterosexism, Lesbian, Gender studies and Transgender. The Heterosexism study combines topics in areas such as Student development, Face and Academic development. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sexual minority and Social psychology in addition to Student development.
His work on Sexual orientation as part of general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Critical research, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Gender studies research incorporates themes from Identity, Social influence, Study abroad and Service-learning. His Transgender study incorporates themes from Primary care, Family medicine, Health care and MEDLINE.
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Qualitative Research With Small Connected Communities Generating New Knowledge While Upholding Research Ethics
Thecla Damianakis;Michael R. Woodford.
Qualitative Health Research (2012)
“That's So Gay!”: Examining the Covariates of Hearing This Expression Among Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual College Students
Michael R. Woodford;Michael L. Howell;Perry Silverschanz;Lotus Yu.
Journal of American College Health (2012)
Contemporary heterosexism on campus and psychological distress among LGBQ students: the mediating role of self-acceptance
Michael R. Woodford;Alex Kulick;Brandy R. Sinco;Jun S ung Hong.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry (2014)
Academic and Social Integration on Campus Among Sexual Minority Students: The Impacts of Psychological and Experiential Campus Climate
Michael R. Woodford;Alex Kulick.
American Journal of Community Psychology (2015)
Discrimination and Mental Health Among Sexual Minority College Students: The Type and Form of Discrimination Does Matter
Michael R. Woodford;Yoonsun Han;Shelley Craig;Colin Lim.
Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health (2014)
BEYOND COMPETENCIES: FIELD INSTRUCTORS' DESCRIPTIONS OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE
Marion Bogo;Cheryl Regehr;Michael Woodford;Judy Hughes.
Journal of Social Work Education (2006)
Protective Factors, Campus Climate, and Health Outcomes among Sexual Minority College Students.
Michael R. Woodford;Alex Kulick;Brittanie Atteberry.
Journal of Diversity in Higher Education (2014)
“That’s So Gay”: Heterosexual Male Undergraduates and the Perpetuation of Sexual Orientation Microagressions on Campus
Michael R. Woodford;Michael L. Howell;Alex Kulick;Perry Silverschanz.
Journal of Interpersonal Violence (2013)
The LGBQ Microaggressions on Campus Scale: A Scale Development and Validation Study
Michael R. Woodford;Jill M. Chonody;Alex Kulick;David J. Brennan.
Journal of Homosexuality (2015)
Predictors of Heterosexual College Students' Attitudes toward LGBT People.
Michael R. Woodford;Perry Silvers Silverschanz;Eric Swank;Kristin S. Scherrer.
Journal of Lgbt Youth (2012)
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