Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts

Fredrick, E. G., Mann, A. K., Brooks, B. D., & Hirsch, J. K. (2022). Anticipated to enacted: Structural stigma against sexual and gender minorities following the 2016 presidential election. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 19, 345-354.

Fredrick, E. G., & Williams, S. L. (2021). Direct and moderating effects of sexual minority identity dimensions on mental health. Theory in Action, 14(2), 52-74.

Fredrick, E. G., LaDuke, S. L., & Williams, S. L. (2020). Sexual minority quality of life: The indirect effect of public stigma through self-compassion, authenticity, and internalized stigmaStigma and Health, 5, 79-82.

Williams, S. L., Mann, A. K., & Fredrick, E. G. (2017). Proximal minority stress, psychosocial resources, and health in sexual minorities. Journal of Social Issues, 73, 529-544.

Williams, S. L., & Fredrick, E. G. (2015). One size may not fit all: The need for a more inclusive and intersectional psychological science on stigma. Sex Roles, 73, 384-390.

Current Research Projects

LGBTQ+ Student Experiences & Preferences
In collaboration with a Marist College honors student, we are working to understand student experiences regarding LGBTQ+ inclusion in the classroom and in residence halls, as well as to get a sense of what students would like to see change.

Allyship & Identity Development in Religious Contexts
In a set of collaborative projects with colleagues and students at Marist College, we are exploring how people develop LGBTQ+ identity and allyship and how these may be helped or hindered by experiences in religious or spiritual settings.

Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Communities Healthcare Access in South Central Appalachia
I previously collaborated with colleagues at East Tennessee State University to design and implement a mixed-methods community based study exploring healthcare access for TGNC people in South Central Appalachia. I am currently working with those colleagues to analyze the results.

You can also find me on ResearchGate and ORCiD.