Joan C Chrisler
Affiliation: Connecticut College
- The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde: how PMS became a cultural phenomenon and a psychiatric disorderJoan C Chrisler
Department of Psychology, Connecticut College, New London 06320, USA
Annu Rev Sex Res 13:274-306. 2002..Suggestions are provided for psychotherapists who might work with women who present with premenstrual symptoms...
- Violence against women as a public health issueJoan C Chrisler
Department of Psychology, Connecticut College, New London, CT 06320, USA
Ann N Y Acad Sci 1087:235-49. 2006..Victims' suffering can never be accounted for by economic data, but those data may be helpful in pushing governments to allocate funds and agencies to take preventive actions...
- Young women's attitudes toward continuous use of oral contraceptives: the effect of priming positive attitudes toward menstruation on women's willingness to suppress menstruationJennifer Gorman Rose
Department of Psychology, Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut 06320, USA
Health Care Women Int 29:688-701. 2008..Thus, researchers should continue to investigate the long-term effects of continuous OC use and to analyze information about menstrual suppression in the popular press...
- Body appreciation and attitudes toward menstruationJoan C Chrisler
Connecticut College, New London, CT, USA Electronic address
Body Image 12:78-81. 2015..Our findings may be useful in designing interventions to increase women's comfort with their bodies and bodily functions. ..
- Suffering by comparison: Twitter users' reactions to the Victoria's Secret Fashion ShowJoan C Chrisler
Connecticut College, New London, CT, United States Electronic address
Body Image 10:648-52. 2013..The results support social comparison theory, and suggest that vulnerable viewers could experience negative affect, or even engage in harmful behaviors, during or after viewing the show or others like it. ..
- The experience of chronic illness in women: a comparison between women with endometriosis and women with chronic migraine headachesJessica L Barnack
Department of Psychology, Connecticut College, USA
Women Health 46:115-33. 2007..Implications for the differential treatment of women with chronic illnesses related to the menstrual cycle are discussed...
- Attitudes toward and experience with menstruation in the US and IndiaKatherine D Hoerster
Connecticut College, New London, CT 06320, USA
Women Health 38:77-95. 2003..Implications of these findings are discussed in light of cultural messages women receive...
- Queer periods: attitudes toward and experiences with menstruation in the masculine of centre and transgender communityJoan C Chrisler
a Department of Psychology, Connecticut College, New London, USA
Cult Health Sex 18:1238-50. 2016..Many participants said that they try to avoid public restrooms during menstruation because of practical and psychological concerns. Implications of our findings for the transgender health are discussed. ..
- Ambivalent sexism and attitudes toward women in different stages of reproductive life: a semantic, cross-cultural approachJoan C Chrisler
a Department of Psychology, Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut, USA
Health Care Women Int 35:634-57. 2014..Sexism scores are related to attitudes toward premenstrual, menstruating, and menopausal women; women with a hysterectomy; and women with a young baby. ..
- Development of a new scale to measure Beliefs about and Attitudes Toward Menstruation (BATM): data from Mexico and the United StatesMa Luisa Marván
Department of Psychology, Universidad de Las Americas Puebla, Mexico
Health Care Women Int 27:453-73. 2006..S. students on the Proscriptions and Prescriptions subscale. Men scored significantly higher on this subscale than women. Implications of these findings are discussed, as is the possible utility of the questionnaire for future research...