OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Handbook of Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health

ISBN : 9780190067991

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著者: 
Esther D. Rothblum
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984 ページ
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Hardcover
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178 x 254 mm
刊行日
2020年08月
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Oxford Library of Psychology
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The Oxford Handbook of Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health provides a comprehensive and authoritative review of research on the mental health of sexual minorities-defined as those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, or same-gender attracted; as well as the mental health of gender minorities-defined as individuals who do not fully identify with their sex assigned at birth, including people who are transgender or gender non-binary. The twenty-first century has seen encouraging improvements in sampling, methods, and funding opportunities for research with sexual and gender minority (SGM) populations; nevertheless, a key purpose of this Handbook is to identify lingering gaps in research in order to motivate future scientists to expand knowledge about SGM mental health. The volume begins with a historical overview, followed by sections on mental health categories/diagnoses (such as anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, and suicide) and specific sexual and gender minority populations (including examinations of diverse ethnicities and orientations/identities). The handbook concludes with chapters on stigma, the role of resilience, and future directions for research with SGM groups. The volume is aimed at researchers conducting studies on the mental health of SGM populations, clinicians and researchers interested in psychiatric disorders that affect SGM populations, clinicians using evidence-based practice in the treatment of SGM patients/clients, students in mental health programs (clinical psychology, psychiatry, clinical social work, and psychiatric nursing), and policy makers.

目次: 

1. Introduction
Esther D. Rothblum
Part I: History of Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health
2. History of Sexual Orientation and Mental Health
Kristin A. Hancock and Douglas C. Haldeman
3. History of Gender Identity and Mental Health
lore m. dickey
Part II: Mental Health Categories
4. Depression and Mood Disorders Among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Gia Chodzen, Vickie M. Mays and Susan D. Cochran
5. Anxiety Disorders among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Brandon J. Weiss and Bethany Owens Raymond
6. Trauma among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
David W. Pantalone, Kaitlyn R. Gorman, Erin T. Pereida, and Sarah E. Valentine
7. Body Image and Eating Disorders among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Todd G. Morrison, Joshua W. Katz, Yaser Mirzaei, and Somayyeh Zare
8. Alcohol Use Disorders among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Phoenix R. Crane, Katarina S. Swaringen, Anthony M. Foster, and Amelia E. Talley
9. Drug Use among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Tyrel J. Starks, Cynthia M. Cabral, and Ali J. Talan
10. Nicotine Use among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Alicia K. Matthews, Cherdsak Duangchang, and Chien-Ching Li
11. Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Jayme L. Peta
12. Sexual Disorders among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Heather L. Armstrong
13. Personality Disorders among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Julie Prud'homme, Christina L. Robillard, and Brianna Turner
14. Suicidal Behavior among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Ann P. Haas and Maggie G. Mortali
Part III: Specific Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
15. Black U.S. Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health
Jonathan Mathias Lassiter, Lourdes Dolores Follins, Stacy W. Smallwood, Leo Wilton, Alishia Alexander, and Sean Saifa Wall
16. Latinx Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health
Alison Cerezo, Juan Camarena, and Amaranta Ramirez
17. Asian American and Pacific Islander Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health
Emily Hunt and Cindy Y. Huang
18. Indigenous American/Two-Spirit Mental Health
Naomi Bird and Margaret Robinson
19. Biracial and Bi-Ethnic Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health
Lauren E. Reid and Vanessa S. Stay
20. Sexual and Gender Mental Health among Children and Youth
Jessica N. Fish, Laura Baams, and Jenifer K. McGuire
21. Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health among Older Adults
Sandra S. Butler
22. Mental Health of Sexual and Gender Minority Immigrants and Refugees
Edward Ou Jin Lee, Sarilee Kahn, Edward J. Alessi, and Abelardo Leon
23. Bisexual Mental Health
Wendy B. Bostwick and Elizabeth A. Harrison
24. Transgender Mental Health
Laura E. Kuper, Danna Bismar, and Whit Ryan
25. Gender Non-Binary Mental Health
lore m. dickey
26. Intersex Mental Health
Katrina Roen and Tove Lundberg
27. Mental Health for Asexual Individuals
Esther D. Rothblum
28. Mental Health for Individuals with Pansexual and Queer Identities
M. Paz Galupo
29. Mental Health for MSM (men who have sex with men) and WSW (women who have sex with women)
Anna C. Salomaa and Jes L. Matsick
30. Mental Health for Sexual and Gender Minority Couples and Families
Samantha L. Tornello
31. Mental Health for Sexual and Gender Minority Polyamorous and Consensually Non-Monogamous Individuals
Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli
32. The Intersections of Physical and Mental Health among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Michele J. Eliason
33. HIV/AIDS and Mental Health among Sexual and Gender Minority Populations
Molly Silvestrini, Colleen C. Hoff, Y. Darin Witkovic, and Crystal Madriles
34. Mental Health for Sexual and Gender Minority Individuals with Physical or Cognitive Disabilities
Meredith R. Maroney and Mallaigh McGinley
35. Stigma and Sexual/Gender Minority Mental Health
Joanne DiPlacido and Carolyn R. Fallahi
36. The Role of Resilience in Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health
Dawn M. Szymanski and Kirsten A. Gonzalez
37. Epilogue: Challenges in Research Methods and Future Directions on Sexual and Gender Minority Mental Health Research
David M. Frost

著者について: 

Esther D. Rothblum, PhD is Professor of Women's Studies at San Diego State University and Visiting Distinguished Scholar at the Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law. She is editor of the Journal of Lesbian Studies and was president of Division 44 (Society for the Psychological Study of LGBT Issues) of the American Psychological Association. Her research and writing have focused on LGBT relationships and mental health. She has compared LGB and heterosexual siblings, as well as transgender and cisgender siblings. Since 2001, Dr. Rothblum has compared same-sex couples in legal relationships with their heterosexual married siblings. She has edited 27 books, including Lesbian Friendships, Preventing Heterosexism and Homophobia, Boston Marriages: Romantic But Asexual Relationships Among Contemporary Lesbians, Lesbians in Academia, and Loving Boldly: Issues Facing Lesbians.

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