Blair, K.L. (in press). Did Secretary Clinton lose to a 'Basket of Deplorables'? An examination of islamophobia, homophobia, sexism, & conservative ideology in the 2016 US presidential election. Psychology & Sexuality. PDF
O'Handley, B.M.*, Blair, K.L., & Hoskin, R.A. (2017). What's the difference between two men kissing and a bucket of maggots? Heterosexual men's indistinguishable salivary alpha amylase responses to photos of two men kissing and disgusting images. Psychology & Sexuality, 8(3), 173-188. PDF
Blair, K.L., Cappell, J.*, & Pukall, C.F. (2017). Not all orgasms were created equal: Differences in frequency and satisfaction of orgasm experiences by sexual activity in same-sex versus mixed-sex relationships. Journal of Sex Research. PDF
Hoskin, R.A., Jenson, K.*, & Blair, K.L. (2017). Is our feminism bullshit? The importance of intersectionality in adopting a feminist identity. Cogent - Social Sciences, 3: 1290014.
Hoskin, R.A., Blair, K.L., & Jenson, K.* (2016 online). Dignity versus diagnosis: Sexual orientation and gender identity differences in reports of one's greatest concern about receiving a sexual health exam. Psychology & Sexuality. Access through publisher.
Holmberg, D. & Blair, K.L. (2016). Dynamics of perceived social network support for same-sex versus mixed-sex relationships. Personal Relationships, 23(1), 62-83. Access through publisher.
Blair, K.L. & Pukall, C.F. (2015). Family matters, but sometimes chosen family matters more: Perceived social network influence in the dating decisions of same- and mixed-sex couples. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality.
Blair, K.L. & Hoskin, R.A. (2015). Contemporary understandings of femme identities and related experiences of discrimination. Psychology & Sexuality.
Blair, K.L. & Hoskin, R.A. (2014). Experiences of femme identity: Coming out, invisibility and femmephobia. Psychology & Sexuality.
Blair, K.L. (2014). The state of LGBTQ-inclusive research methods in relationship science and how we can do better. Relationship Research News, 13(1), 7-12.
Blair, K.L. & Pukall, C.F. (2014). Can less be more? Comparing duration vs. frequency of sexual encounters in same-sex and mixed-sex relationships. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality.
Blair, K.L., Pukall, C.F., Smith, K.B., & Cappell, J. (2014). The differential associations of communication & love in heterosexual, lesbian and bisexual women's perceptions and experiences of chronic vulvar and pelvic pain. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy.
Dargie, E.E., Blair, K.L., Pukall, C.F. & Coyle, S. (2014). Somewhere under the rainbow: Exploring the identities and experiences of trans persons. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality.
Dargie, E.E., Blair, K.L., Pukall, C.F. & Goldfinger, C. (2014). Go long! Predictors of positive relationship outcomes for those in long distance dating relationships. Journal of Sexual & Marital Therapy.
McDermott, D.T., Blair, K.L. (2012). 'What's it like on your side of the pond?': A cross-cultural comparison of modern and old-fashioned homonegativity between North American and European Samples, Psychology & Sexuality, 3 (3), 277 - 296.
Blair, K.L., & Holmberg, D. (2008). Perceived social network support and well-being in same-sex versus mixed-sex relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 25 (5), 769-781.
Holmberg, D., & Blair, K.L. (2009). Sexual desire, communication, satisfaction and preferences of men and women in same-sex versus mixed-sex relationships. Journal of Sex Research, 46 (1), 57-66.
Holmberg, D., Blair, K.L., & Phillips, M. (2010). Women's sexual satisfaction as a predictor of well-being in same-sex versus mixed-sex relationships. Journal of Sex Research, 46 , 1-11.
Custer, L., Holmberg, D., Blair, K.L., & Orbuch, T. (2008). "So how did you two meet?" Narratives of relationship initiation. In Susan Sprecher, Amy Wenzel & John Harvey (Eds.), Handbook of Relationship Initiation. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
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