Publications & Presentations
Articles in Reviewed Journals
., Robinson, M., Sandil, R. Esposito, J., & Geiger, E. (accepted with minor revisions). Arrantly absent: Atheism in
psychological science from 2001-2012
Brewster, M.E., Velez, B.L., Esposito, J., Wong, S., Geiger, L., & Keum, B. (2014). Moving beyond the binary with disordered eating research: A test and extension of objectification theory with bisexual women. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 61, 50-62.Robinson, M. A., & Brewster, M. E. (2014). Motivations for fatherhood: Examining internalized heterosexism and gender-role conflict with childless gay and bisexual men. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 15, 49-59.
Peer Reviewed Book Chapters and Books
Brewster, M.E., & Sawyer, J. (accepted, pre-publication). Atheism and the American family. In L. Ganong, M. Coleman, & G.J. Geoffrey (Eds.). The Social History of the American Family. New York, NY: Sage.
Brewster, M.E. (May 2014). Atheists in America. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
Manuscripts Under Review
Brewster, M.E., Robinson, M., Sandil, R. Esposito, J., & Geiger, E. (revise and resubmit). Arrantly absent: Atheism in psychological science from 2001-2012
Sandil, R., Robinson, M., Brewster, M.E., Geiger, E., & Wong, S. (revise and resubmit). Minority stress and acculturation for South Asian LGB individuals.
Manuscripts in Preparation
Brewster, M.E., Velez, B.L., Foster, A., & Esposito, J. The mediating role of religious coping in the minority stress to psychological well-being link
Foster, A., Brewster, M.E., Velez, B.L., Eklund, A., & Keum, B. Footprints in the sand: Demographic and psychological profiles of religious, spiritual, and atheist LGB individuals
Esposito, J., & Brewster, M.E. Shedding light on the invisibility of chronic illness: Stigma, outness, and links with psychological well-being
Keum, B., Wong, S., DeBlaere, C., & Brewster, M.E. Asian American men’s body image, acculturation, and drive for muscularity