Poster #128: Syrenna Lisonbee – Living Allyship: How Perceived Allyship of Their Co-Residents Predicts LGBT Individuals’ Well-Being

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Faculty mentor: Jacqueline Chen

Past research reveals that, in the U.S., stigma from straight people has been linked to higher stress among LGBT individuals. This research examines how LGBT individuals’ well-being is predicted by straight people with whom they live. Specifically, our goal was to examine how LGBT individuals’ perceptions of their straight co-residents’ allyship corresponded with the pair’s relationship quality and LGBT individuals’ well-being.

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Questions or comments? Contact me at: syrenna.lisonbee@gmail.com

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