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Pulice-Farrow, L., * Siegel, D., * & Galupo, M. P. (In Press). “It depends on the day”: Trans and nonbinary individuals’ descriptions of changes in gender dysphoria. Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health.

Cusack, C. E.,Iampieri, A.*Galupo, M. P.  (Online First). “I’m still not sure if the eating disorder is a result of gender dysphoria:” Trans and nonbinary individuals’ descriptions of their eating and body concerns in relation to gender. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity.

Goldbach, C.,* , Lindley, L., * Anzani, A. & Galupo, M. P. (Online First). Resisting trans medicalization: Body satisfaction and social contextual factors as predictors of sexual experiences among trans feminine and nonbinary individuals. Journal of Sex Research.


Cusack, C., * Levenson, N.., ** & Galupo, M. P. (2022). “Anorexia wants to kill me, dysphoria wants me to live”: Centering trans and nonbinary experiences in eating disorder treatment. LGBT Issues in Counseling. 16(3), 265-284.

Cusack, C. E.,*  Morris, E. R.,* & Galupo, M. P.  (2022). A blank space body.” Cisgender individuals’ descriptions of their androgynous body ideals. Psychology & Sexuality, 13(2), 429-445.

Lindley, L.,* Anzani, A.,* & Galupo, M. P. (2022). Gender dysphoria and sexual well-being among trans masculine and nonbinary individuals. Archives of Sexual Behavior,  51, 2049–2063.

Lindley, L.,* Anzani, A.,* Prunas, A. & Galupo, M. P. (2022). Sexual fantasy across gender identity: A qualitative investigation of differences between cisgender and non-binary people’s imagery. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 37(2), 157-178.


Cusack, C. E.,* & Cooper, M., Libbey, N., & Galupo, M. P.  (2021).  Rumination & eating psychopathology among trans and nonbinary individuals: A path analysis integrating minority stress. Eating Behavior, 42, 1101544.

Brienzo, M.* & Galupo, M. P. (2021). Sexual intimate partner violence: Effects of prejudice toward bisexual and gay men on victim blame. Journal of Bisexuality, 21(4), 581-602.

Cusack, C. E.,* & Galupo, M. P.  (2021). Body checking and eating disorder psychopathology among nonbinary individuals with androgynous appearance idealsEating and Weight Disorders: Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity, 26, 1915–1925.

Luxon, A.,* Chasson, G., Williams, M., Skinta, M. D., & Galupo, M. P.  (2021). Brooding over the closet: Differentiating sexual orientation rumination and sexual orientation obsessions. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 35(3), 167-182.

Galupo, M. P., Cusack, C. E., Morris, E.R.,* (2021). “Having a non-normative body for me is about surivival”: Androgynous or non-stereotypical body ideal among trans and nonbinary individuals. Body Image, 39, 68-76.

Lindley, L.,* Bauerband, L. A., & Galupo, M. P.,  (2021). Using a comprehensive proximal stress model to predict alcohol use.  Transgender Health, 6(3), 164-174.

Galupo, M. P.,  Pulice-Farrow, L.,* & Pehl, E.* (2021). “There is nothing to do about it”: Nonbinary individuals’ experience of gender dysphoria. Transgender Health, 6(2), 101-110.

Anzani, A., * Lindley, L., * Tognasso, G., Galupo, M. P., & Prunas, A., (2021). “Being talked to like I was a sex toy, like being transgender was simply for the enjoyment of someone else” Fetishization and sexualization of transgender and nonbinary individuals. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 50, 897-911.

Anzani, A., * Lindley, L., * Prunas, A., & Galupo, M. P.  (2021). “I use all the parts I’m given”: A qualitative investigation of trans masculine and nonbinary individuals’ use of body during sex. International Journal of Sexual Health, 33(1), 58-75.

Lindley, L.,Anzani, A., Prunas, A., & Galupo, M. P. (2021). Sexual satisfaction in trans masculine and nonbinary individuals: A qualitative investigation. Journal of Sex Research, 58(2), 222-234.


Feinstein, B., A. & Galupo, M. P.  (2020). Bisexual orientation cannot be reduced to arousal patterns. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117 (50) 31575-31576.

Pulice-Farrow, L.* , Cusack, C. E.,*  & Galupo, M. P. (2020). “Certain parts of my body don’t belong to me”: Trans individuals’ descriptions of body-specific gender dysphoria.” Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 17, 654-667. 

Lindley, L.,*Galupo, M. P. (2020). Gender dysphoria and minority stress: Support for inclusion of gender dysphoria as a proximal stressor. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 7(3), 265-275.

Morris, E. R.,* Lindley, L.Galupo, M. P.  (2020). “Better issues to focus on”: Transgender microaggressions as ethical violations in therapy. The Counseling Psychologist, 48(6), 883–915.

Galupo, M. P. (2020). Mental health issues for pansexual and queer individuals. In Esther D. Rothblum (Ed). Oxford handbook of sexual and gender minority mental health.  pp. 331-342.

Lindley, L.,* Anzani, A.,*Galupo, M. P. (2020). What constitutes sexual dissatisfaction for trans masculine and nonbinary individuals: A qualitative study. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 46(7), 612-629.

Pulice-Farrow, L.*, McNary, S. B.** & Galupo, M. P. (2020). “Bigender is just a Tumblr thing”: Microaggressions in the romantic relationships of gender non-conforming and agender transgender individuals.” Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 35(3), 362-381.

Galupo, M. P., Pulice-Farrow, L .,* & Lindley, L.* (2020). Every time I get gendered male, I feel a pain in my chest “: Understanding the social context for gender dysphoria. Stigma & Health, 5(2), 199–208.

Galupo, M. P. & Pulice-Farrow, L.*  (2020). Subjective ratings of gender dysphoria scales by transgender individuals. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 49, 479-488 .

Kolker, Z.,*  Taylor, P.** & Galupo, M. P. (2020). “As a sort of blanket term”: Qualitative analysis of queer sexual identity marking. Sexuality & Culture, 24, 1337-1357.


Anzani, A.,* Morris, E. R.,*Galupo, M. P. (2019). From absence of microaggressions to seeing authentic gender: Transgender experiences with micro affirmations in therapy. LGBT Issues in Counseling, 13(4), 258-275.

Galupo, M. P., & Bennett, A.* (2019). Face validity ratings of sexual orientation scales by heterosexual cisgender adults. Psychology & Sexuality, 10(3), 261-268.

Morris, E. R.**, & Galupo, M. P. (2019). Attempting to dull the dysphoria”: Non-suicidal self-injury among transgender individualsPsychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 6(3), 296-307.

Resnick, C. A.*, & Galupo, M. P. (2019). Assessing experiences with LGBT microaggressions in the workplace: Development and validation of the microaggression experiences at work scale. Journal of Homosexuality, 66(10), 1380-1403.

Lloyd, A.* & Galupo, M. P. (2019). What people with normative identities believe about sex, gender, and sexual orientation. Psychology & Sexuality, 10(3), 269-280.

Ramirez, J. L.*, & Galupo, M. P. (2019). Multiple minority stress: The role of proximal and distal stress on mental health outcomes among lesbian, gay, and bisexual people of color. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, 23(2), 145-167.

Galupo, M. P., Pulice-Farrow, L.*, Clements, Z. A.**, & Morris, E. **(2019). “I love you as both and I love you as neither”: Romantic partners’ affirmations of non binary trans individuals.  International Journal of Transgenderism, 20(2-3), 327-329.

Galupo, M. P.,  Taylor, M. S..**, & Cole, D. **( 2019). “I am double the bi”: Positive aspects of being both bisexual and biracial. In Kirsten A. Gonzalez & Della Mosley (Special Issue Eds.),  Journal of Bisexuality, 19(2), 152-168. 

Lomash, E. F.*, Brown, T. D.**, & Galupo, M. P.  (2019).A whole bunch of love the sinner hate the sin”: LGBT microaggressions experienced in a religious and spiritual contextJournal of Homosexuality, 66(10), 1495-1511.

Pulice-Farrow, L.*, Bravo, A. P.*, & Galupo, M. P.  (2019). “Your gender is valid:” Microaffirmations in the romantic relationships of transgender individuals. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 13(1), 45-66.


Galupo, M. P., Mitchell, R. C.* , & Davis, K. S.*  (2018). Face validity ratings of sexual orientation scales by sexual minority adults: Effects of sexual orientation and gender identityArchives of Sexual Behavior, 47(4), 1241-1250.

Boyer, C. R.Galupo, M. P.  (2018). Transgender Friendship Profiles: Patterns across Gender Identity and LGBT Affiliation. Gender Issues, 35(3), 236-253.

Haines, K. M.* , Boyer, C. R.* , Giovanazzi, C.**  & Galupo, M. P. (2018). Not a Real Family”: Microaggressions Directed toward LGBTQ Families. Journal of Homosexuality, 65(9), 1138-1151.

Gonzalez, K. A., Pulice-Farrow, L.* , & Galupo, M. P. (2018). “My aunt unfriended me”: Narratives of LGBTQ family relationships post 2016 presidential election. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 14(1), 61-84.

Galupo, M. P. (2018). Plurisexual identity labels and the marking of bisexual desire. In D. Joy Swan & Shani Habbibi (Eds). Bisexuality: Research, theoretical applications, and recommendations for the invisible sexuality. Springer.

Gonzalez, K. A., Ramirez, J.* , & Galupo, M. P. (2018). Increase in minority stress following the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 14(1), 130-151.

Ramirez, J. L.*, Gonzalez, K. A., & Galupo, M. P. (2018). “Invisible during my own crisis”: Responses of LGBT people of color to the Orlando shooting. Journal of Homosexuality, 5, 579-599.

Mitchell, R.C. *, & Galupo, M. P. (2018). The perceived role of general self-regulation and pro-social support on the decision not to act among men sexually attraction to children. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 62(10), 2897-2916.


Galupo, M. P., Pulice-Farrow, L. K. *, & Ramirez, J. L.* (2017). “Like a constantly flowing river”: Gender identity flexibility among non-binary transgender individuals. In Sinnott, J. D. (Ed). Identity Flexibility During Adulthood: Perspectives in Adult Development. Springer. pp 163-177

Galupo, M. P., Lomash, E., * & Mitchell, R. C. * (2017). “All of my lovers fit into this scale: Sexual minority individuals’ responses to two novel measures of sexual orientation. Journal of Homosexuality, 64(2), 145-165.

Pulice-Farrow, L.,* Brown, T.,** & Galupo, M. P. (2017).  Transgender microaggressions in the context of romantic relationships. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 4(3), 362-373.

Mitchell, R.C., Bravo, A.*, & Galupo, M. P. (2017). Sexual desire among an online sample of men sexually attracted to childrenJournal of Child Sexual Abuse, 26(6), 643-656.

Galupo, M. P. (2017). Researching while cisgender: Identity considerations for transgender research. International Journal of Transgenderism,18(3), 241-242.

Pulice-Farrow, L.,* Clements, Z. A.,** & Galupo, M. P. (2017).  Patterns of transgender microaggressions in friendship: The role of gender identityPsychology & Sexuality, 8(3), 189-207.

Gonzalez, K. A., Ramirez, J. L.*, & Galupo, M. P. (2017). “I was and still am”: Narratives of bisexual marking in the #StillBisexual Campaign. Sexuality & Culture, 21(2), 493–515.

Galupo, M. P., Ramirez, J. L.*, & Pulice-Farrow, L. K. * (2017). “Regardless of their gender”: Descriptions of sexual identity among bisexual, pansexual, and queer identified individuals. In Flanders, C. E. (Ed.) Special Issue, Journal of Bisexuality, 17(1), 108-124 .

**undergraduate student at the time of the research

 *graduate student at the time of the research

Queer/Trans Collective for Research on Equity & Wellness (QT-CREW)

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