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Unformatted text preview: CURRICULUM VITAE Kelly R. Gerhardstein, M.S. Education 2005 to present Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) GPA: 4.0 Dissertation: Factors in College Students Perceptions of Transsexuality Indiana State University, Terre Haute IN 2005 to 2007 Master of Science in Psychology GPA: 4.0 Degree Awarded: May 2007 Indiana State University, Terre Haute IN 2000 to 2004 Bachelor of Arts, Suma Cum Laude GPA: 4.0 (Presidents and Governors Award) Degree Awarded: May 2004 Major: Psychology Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Clinical Experience July 2009 to Present Clinical Psychology Internship : Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center (LSUHSC), New Orleans, LA. August 2006 to May 2009 Graduate Student Clinican : Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN. Graduate Student Clinician. Publications and Presentations Gerhardstein, K.R. & Anderson, V.N. (2009). Attitudes toward transsexual people: Effects of gender and appearance. Midwestern Psychological Association. Gerhardstein, K.R. & Anderson, V.N. (2010). Theres more than meets the eye: Facial Appearance and evaluations of transsexual people. Sex Roles , (in press). Teaching Experience Fall 2006 Graduate Teaching Assistant , Introduction to Psychology (PSY 101). Indiana State University, Terre Haute IN ATTITUDES TOWARD TRANSSEXUAL PEOPLE: EFFECTS OF GENDER AND APPEARANCE _______________________ A dissertation Presented to The College of Graduate and Professional Studies Department of Psychology Indiana State University Terre Haute, Indiana ______________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctorate of Psychology _______________________ by Kelly R. Gerhardstein August 2010 Kelly R. Gerhardstein 2010 Keywords: transsexual, transgender, attitudes, gender identity ii COMMITTEE MEMBERS Committee Chair: Veanne Anderson, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Director of M.A./M.S. Program Indiana State University Committee Member: Kevin Bolinskey, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Indiana State University Committee Member: June Sprock, Ph.D. Professor, Director of ISU Psychology Clinic Indiana State University iii ABSTRACT The transgendered community, like other gender non-conforming communities, is the subject of stigmatization, discrimination, and violence. However, there is a notable lack of research investigating the specific attitudes toward various manifestations of transgenderism, and the factors that may be contributing to these attitudes. The goal of this study was to investigate factors that contribute to negative attitudes toward, and discrimination against, this consistently marginalized group of people. The present study explored the relationship between attitudes toward transsexuals and several gender-related variables, including gender of the rater, sex and apparent gender of the transsexual, as well as gender role beliefs, personal gender-role identification, and general attitudes toward transgenderism and homosexuality....
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