Shielding masculinity by slandering homosexuals: The role of homophobic epithets in heterosexual gender identity

Carnaghi A, Maass A, Fasoli F (2011)
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37: 1655-1665.

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Carnaghi A, Maass A, Fasoli F. Shielding masculinity by slandering homosexuals: The role of homophobic epithets in heterosexual gender identity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 2011;37:1655-1665.
Carnaghi, A., Maass, A., & Fasoli, F. (2011). Shielding masculinity by slandering homosexuals: The role of homophobic epithets in heterosexual gender identity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 1655-1665.
Carnaghi, A., Maass, A., and Fasoli, F. (2011). Shielding masculinity by slandering homosexuals: The role of homophobic epithets in heterosexual gender identity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37, 1655-1665.
Carnaghi, A., Maass, A., & Fasoli, F., 2011. Shielding masculinity by slandering homosexuals: The role of homophobic epithets in heterosexual gender identity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, p 1655-1665.
A. Carnaghi, A. Maass, and F. Fasoli, “Shielding masculinity by slandering homosexuals: The role of homophobic epithets in heterosexual gender identity”, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 37, 2011, pp. 1655-1665.
Carnaghi, A., Maass, A., Fasoli, F.: Shielding masculinity by slandering homosexuals: The role of homophobic epithets in heterosexual gender identity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 37, 1655-1665 (2011).
Carnaghi, A., Maass, A., and Fasoli, Fabio. “Shielding masculinity by slandering homosexuals: The role of homophobic epithets in heterosexual gender identity”. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (2011): 1655-1665.
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