Published on in Vol 6, No 9 (2017): September

Influence of Information and Communication Technologies on the Resilience and Coping of Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in the United States and Canada (Project #Queery): Mixed Methods Survey

Influence of Information and Communication Technologies on the Resilience and Coping of Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in the United States and Canada (Project #Queery): Mixed Methods Survey

Influence of Information and Communication Technologies on the Resilience and Coping of Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in the United States and Canada (Project #Queery): Mixed Methods Survey

Journals

  1. Burk J, Park M, Saewyc E. A Media-Based School Intervention to Reduce Sexual Orientation Prejudice and Its Relationship to Discrimination, Bullying, and the Mental Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adolescents in Western Canada: A Population-Based Evaluation. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(11):2447 View
  2. Austin A, Craig S, Navega N, McInroy L. It’s my safe space: The life-saving role of the internet in the lives of transgender and gender diverse youth. International Journal of Transgender Health 2020;21(1):33 View
  3. McInroy L, McCloskey R, Craig S, Eaton A. LGBTQ+ Youths’ Community Engagement and Resource Seeking Online versus Offline. Journal of Technology in Human Services 2019;37(4):315 View
  4. Lucassen M, Samra R, Iacovides I, Fleming T, Shepherd M, Stasiak K, Wallace L. How LGBT+ Young People Use the Internet in Relation to Their Mental Health and Envisage the Use of e-Therapy: Exploratory Study. JMIR Serious Games 2018;6(4):e11249 View
  5. McInroy L, Beaujolais B, Leung V, Craig S, Eaton A, Austin A. Comparing asexual and non-asexual sexual minority adolescents and young adults: stressors, suicidality and mental and behavioural health risk outcomes. Psychology & Sexuality 2020:1 View
  6. McInroy L, Craig S. Online fandom, identity milestones, and self-identification of sexual/gender minority youth. Journal of LGBT Youth 2018;15(3):179 View
  7. McInroy L, Craig S, Leung V. Platforms and Patterns for Practice: LGBTQ+ Youths’ Use of Information and Communication Technologies. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal 2019;36(5):507 View
  8. Craig S, Eaton A, McInroy L, D’Souza S, Krishnan S, Wells G, Twum-Siaw L, Leung V. Navigating negativity: a grounded theory and integrative mixed methods investigation of how sexual and gender minority youth cope with negative comments online. Psychology & Sexuality 2020;11(3):161 View
  9. Craig S, Austin A, Levenson J, Leung V, Eaton A, D’Souza S. Frequencies and patterns of adverse childhood events in LGBTQ+ youth. Child Abuse & Neglect 2020;107:104623 View
  10. Schrager S, Steiner R, Bouris A, Macapagal K, Brown C. Methodological Considerations for Advancing Research on the Health and Wellbeing of Sexual and Gender Minority Youth. LGBT Health 2019;6(4):156 View
  11. McInroy L. Building connections and slaying basilisks: fostering support, resilience, and positive adjustment for sexual and gender minority youth in online fandom communities. Information, Communication & Society 2020;23(13):1874 View
  12. Wagaman M, Watts K, Lamneck V, D'Souza S, McInroy L, Eaton A, Craig S. Managing stressors online and offline: LGBTQ+ Youth in the Southern United States. Children and Youth Services Review 2020;110:104799 View
  13. Budenz A, Klassen A, Leader A, Fisher K, Yom-Tov E, Massey P. HPV vaccine, Twitter, and gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. Health Promotion International 2020;35(2):290 View
  14. Craig S, Eaton A, Pascoe R, Egag E, McInroy L, Fang L, Austin A, Dentato M. QueerVIEW: Protocol for a Technology-Mediated Qualitative Photo Elicitation Study With Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in Ontario, Canada. JMIR Research Protocols 2020;9(11):e20547 View
  15. McInroy L, Beer O. Adapting vignettes for internet-based research: eliciting realistic responses to the digital milieu. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 2021:1 View
  16. Craig S, Iacono G, Pascoe R, Austin A. Adapting Clinical Skills to Telehealth: Applications of Affirmative Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with LGBTQ+ Youth. Clinical Social Work Journal 2021 View
  17. McInroy L, Beaujolais B, Craig S, Eaton A. The Self-Identification, LGBTQ+ Identity Development, and Attraction and Behavior of Asexual Youth: Potential Implications for Sexual Health and Internet-Based Service Provision. Archives of Sexual Behavior 2021 View
  18. Craig S, Eaton A, Kirkland A, Egag E, Pascoe R, King K, Krishnan S. Towards an integrative self: a digital photo elicitation study of resilience among key marginalized populations of sexual and gender minority youth. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being 2021;16(1):1961572 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Terepka A, Torres-Pagán L. Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Theory, Practice, Research, Applications.. View