Stephenie R. Chaudoir, Ph.D.

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College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, United States 
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Diane M. Quinn grad student 2009 University of Connecticut
 (HIV/AIDS disclosure decision-making and outcomes: A longitudinal, event-based analysis.)
Abigail Doyle post-doc 2011-2013 Princeton (Chemistry Tree)
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Earnshaw VA, Sepucha KR, Laurenceau JP, et al. (2021) Disclosure processes as predictors of relationship outcomes among people in recovery from opioid use disorder: A longitudinal analysis. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 228: 109093
Pachankis JE, Williams SL, Behari K, et al. (2020) Brief online interventions for LGBTQ young adult mental and behavioral health: A randomized controlled trial in a high-stigma, low-resource context. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 88: 429-444
Earnshaw VA, Bogart LM, Menino D, et al. (2019) Disclosure, Stigma, and Social Support among Young People Receiving Treatment for Substance Use Disorders and their Caregivers: A Qualitative Analysis. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. 17: 1535-1549
Mousley VL, Chaudoir SR. (2018) Deaf Stigma: Links Between Stigma and Well-Being Among Deaf Emerging Adults. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education
Earnshaw VA, Bogart LM, Menino DD, et al. (2018) Disclosure, Stigma, and Social Support Among Young People Receiving Treatment for Substance Use Disorders and Their Caregivers: a Qualitative Analysis International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. 17: 1535-1549
Chaudoir SR, Vergara-Lopez C, Stroud LR. (2017) Links between rejection sensitivity and biobehavioral response to laboratory stress in youth. Personality and Individual Differences. 114: 86-91
Chaudoir SR, Quinn DM. (2016) Evidence that anticipated stigma predicts poorer depressive symptom trajectories among emerging adults living with concealable stigmatized identities Self and Identity. 15: 139-151
Earnshaw VA, Lang SM, Lippitt M, et al. (2015) HIV stigma and physical health symptoms: do social support, adaptive coping, and/or identity centrality act as resilience resources? Aids and Behavior. 19: 41-9
Riemer A, Chaudoir S, Earnshaw V. (2014) What looks like sexism and why? The effect of comment type and perpetrator type on women's perceptions of sexism Journal of General Psychology. 141: 263-279
Quinn DM, Williams MK, Quintana F, et al. (2014) Examining effects of anticipated stigma, centrality, salience, internalization, and outness on psychological distress for people with concealable stigmatized identities. Plos One. 9: e96977
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