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AlSheddi, Mona; Russell, Pascale Sophie and Hegarty, Peter (2021). Between cultural relativism and liberal ethnocentrism: What does Saudi Arabia tell us about cultural variation in moral identity and prejudice? Journal of Applied Social Psychology (Early Access).

AlSheddi, Mona; Russell, Sophie and Hegarty, Peter (2020). How does culture shape our moral identity? Moral foundations in Saudi Arabia and Britain. European Journal of Social Psychology, 50(1) pp. 97–110.

Ansara, YG and Hegarty, P (2013). Misgendering in english language contexts: Applying non-cisgenderist methods to feminist research. International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, 7(2) 160 - 177.

Ansara, Y. G. and Hegarty, P. J. (2012). Cisgenderism in psychology: Pathologizing and misgendering children from 1999 to 2008. Psychology and Sexuality, 3(2) 137 - 160.

Adams, J.; Blair, K. L.; Borrero-Bracero, N.; Espin, O.; Hayfield, N. J.; Hegarty, P. J.; Herrman-Green, L. K.; Hsu, M. H.; Maurer, O.; Manalastas, E. J.; McDermott, D. T. and Shepperd, D. (2010). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender psychology: An international conversation among researchers. Psychology and Sexuality, 1(1) 75 - 90.

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Bartoş, Sebastian E.; Russell, Pascal Sophie and Hegarty, Peter (2020). Heroes against homophobia: does elevation uniquely block homophobia by inhibiting disgust? Cognition and Emotion, 34(6) pp. 1123–1142.

Bruckmüller, Susanne; Hegarty, Peter; Teigen, Karl Halvor; Böhm, Gisela and Luminet, Olivier (2017). When do past events require explanation? Insights from social psychology. Memory Studies, 10(3) pp. 261–273.

Bharj, N. and Hegarty, P. J. (2015). A postcolonial feminist critique of harem analogies in psychological science. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 3(1) 257 - 275.

Bruckmüller, S.; Hegarty, P. and Abele, A. E. (2012). Framing gender differences: Linguistic normativity affects perceptions of power and gender stereotypes. European Journal of Social Psychology, 42(2) 210 - 218.

Brennan, T. and Hegarty, P. (2010). Charlotte Wolff and lesbian history: reconfiguring liminality in exile. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 14(4) 338 - 358.

Brennan, T. and Hegarty, P. J. (2010). Man seeks man: Gay men’s profiles on a website as subject production. Psychology of Sexualities Review, 1(1) 5 - 18.

Barker, Meg; Hagger-Johnson, Gareth; Hegarty, Peter; Hutchison, Craig and Riggs, Damien W. (2007). Responses from the Lesbian & Gay Psychology Section to Crossley's 'Making sense of 'barebacking''. British Journal of Social Psychology, 46(3) pp. 667–677.

Brennan, T and Hegarty, P (2007). Who was Magnus Hirshfeld and why do we need to know? History and Philosophy of Psychology, 9(1) 12 - 28.

Barker, M and Hegarty, P. (2005). Queer politics: Queer science. Psychology of Women Section Review, 7(2) 71 - 79.

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Carnaghi, Andrea; Rusconi, Patrice; Bianchi, Mauro; Fasoli, Fabio; Coladonato, Rosandra and Hegarty, Peter (2021). No country for old gay men: Age and sexuality category intersection renders older gay men invisible. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations (Online First).

Curtin, N.; Hegarty, P. J. and Stewart, A. J. (2012). Fostering research collaborations in LGBT psychology: An introduction to the special issue. Psychology and Sexuality, 3(3) 187 - 194.

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Fasoli, Fabio; Hegarty, Peter and Carnaghi, Andrea (2019). Sounding Gay, Speaking as a “Fag”: Auditory Gaydar and the Perception of Reclaimed Homophobic Language. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 38(5-6) pp. 798–808.

Fasoli, Fabio; Hegarty, Peter; Maass, Anne and Antonio, Raquel (2018). Who Wants to Sound Straight? Sexual Majority and Minority Stereotypes, Beliefs and Desires About Auditory Gaydar. Personality and Individual Differences, 130 pp. 59–64.

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Gentle, Judith; Shaheen, Aliah; Tunstall, Darren and Hegarty, Peter (2020). Perceptions of coordinated movement. Human Movement Science, 74(102711)

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Hegarty, Peter; Prandelli, Marta; Lundberg, Tove; Liao, Lih-Mei; Creighton, Sarah and Roen, Katrina (2021). Drawing the Line Between Essential and Nonessential Interventions on Intersex Characteristics With European Health Care Professionals. Review of General Psychology, 25(1) pp. 101–114.

Hegarty, Peter; Donnelly, Lois; Dutton, Paul Francis; Gillingham, Sara; Vecchietti, Valentino and Williams, Kaz (2021). Understanding of intersex: The meanings of umbrella terms and opinions about medical and social responses among laypeople in the United States and United Kingdom. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 8(1) pp. 25–37.

Hegarty, Peter and Rollins, Joe (2021). Viral forgetting, or how to have ignorance in an syndemic. Culture, Health and Sexuality (Early access).

Hegarty, Peter (2020). Strangers and States: Situating Accentism in a World of Nations. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 39(1) pp. 172–179.

Hegarty, Peter (2019). Inequality brokered. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(19) pp. 9152–9154.

Hegarty, P. (2019). How do we ‘other’? The Psychologist, 32(4) pp. 48–51.

Hegarty, P.; Smith, A. and Bogan-Carey, T. (2019). Stigma as framed on YouTube: Effects of personal experiences videos on students’ beliefs about medicalizing intersex. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 49(3) pp. 133–144.

Hegarty, Peter; Stewart, A; Blockmans, IGE and Horvath, MAH (2018). The Influence of Magazines on Men: Normalizing and Challenging Young Men’s Prejudice with ‘Lads’ Mags’. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 19(1) pp. 131–144.

Hubbard, Katherine and Hegarty, Peter (2017). Rorschach tests and Rorschach vigilantes: Queering the history of Psychology in Watchmen. History of the Human Sciences, 30(4) pp. 75–99.

Hegarty, P. J. (2016). The machines of sex research: Technology and the politics of identity, 1945-1985, by Donna Drucker. Isis: A Journal of The History of Science Society, 107(2) 433 - 435.

Hubbard, K. and Hegarty, P. J. (2016). Blots and all: A British history of the Rorschach. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 52(2) 146 - 166.

Hegarty, P. J.; Mollin, S. and Foels, R. (2016). Binomial word order and social status. In: Giles, H. and Maass, A. eds. Advances in Intergroup Communication. Language as Social Action. Peter Lang Publishing, 119 - 135.

Hayter, D and Hegarty, P (2015). A genealogy of postmodern subjects: Discourse analysis and late capitalism. Theory & Psychology, 25(3) 369 - 387.

Hayter, D and Hegarty, P (2015). Insisting on the unthinkable: A reply to Wetherell and Potter. Theory & Psychology, 25(3) 396 - 402.

Hegarty, Peter; Bartos, Sebastian E. and Hubbard, Katherine (2015). Social Psychological Theory, History of. In: Wright, James D. ed. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (2nd edition). Elsevier, pp. 525–531.

Hegarty, P. J.; Hubbard, K. and Nyatanga, L. (2015). Innovative approaches to teaching CHIP: An introduction to the Special Issue. History and Philosophy of Psychology, 16(1) 1 - 3.

Hegarty, P. E. and Bartos, S. E. (2014). Gender, race, and ethnic relations. In: Nesbitt-Larking, P; Capelos, T and Dekker, H eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Global Political Psychology. Houndsmill, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 187 - 187.

Hegarty, P. (2014). The need for historical understanding in the psychology of peace and conflict. Peace and Conflict: journal of peace psychology, 20(3) 337 - 340.

Hagger-Johnson, Gareth; Hegarty, Peter; Barker, Meg and Richards, Christina (2013). Public engagement, knowledge transfer, and impact validity. Journal of Social Issues, 69(4) pp. 664–683.

Hegarty, P. J. (2013). Deconstructing the ideal of fidelity: A view from LGB psychology. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 13(1) 31 - 33.

Hegarty, P. J. and Parslow, O. (2013). Who cares? UK lesbian caregivers in a heterosexual world. Women's Studies International Forum, 40 78 - 86.

Hegarty, P. J.; Parslow, O.; Ansara, Y. G. and Quick, F. (2013). Androcentrism: Changing the landscape without leveling the playing field. In: Ryan, M. and Branscombe, N. eds. The Sage Handbook on Gender and Psychology. SAGE.

Hegarty, P. J. and Bruckmueller, S. (2013). Asymmetric explanations of group differences: Experimental evidence of Foucault's disciplinary power in social psychology. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 7(3) 176 - 186.

Hegarty, P. J. and Walton, Z. (2012). The consequences of predicting scientific impact in psychology using journal impact factors. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7(1) 72 - 78.

Horvath, M. A. H.; Hegarty, P.; Typer, S. and Mansfield, S. (2011). "Lights on at the end of the party": Are lads' mags mainstreaming dangerous sexism? British Journal of Psychology

Hegarty, P. J. and Lemieux, A. (2011). Who is the (second) graphed sex and why? The meaning of order in graphs of gender differences. In: Schubert, T. and Maass, A. eds. Spatial Dimensions of Social Thought. Applications of Cognitive Linguistics [ACL] 18. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 325 - 350.

Hegarty, P. J.; Watson, N.; Fletcher, L. and McQueen, G. (2011). When gentlemen are first and ladies are last: Effects of gender stereotypes on the order of romantic partners' names. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50(1) 21 - 35.

Hegarty, P. J. and Pratto, F. (2010). Interpreting and communicating the results of gender-related research. In: Chrisler, J. C. and McCreary, D. R. eds. Handbook of Gender Research in Psychology, Volume 1. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 191 - 211.

Hegarty, P. J.; Lemieux, A. and McQueen, G. (2010). Graphing the order of the sexes: Constructing, recalling, interpreting, and putting the self in gender difference graphs. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 98(3) 375 - 391.

Hegarty, P. J. (2010). “Bodies in Doubt: An American History of Intersex” by Elizabeth Reis. History and Philosophy of Psychology, 12(2) 90 - 92.

Hegarty, P. J.; Watson, N.; Fletcher, K. and McQueen, G. (2010). When gentlemen are first and ladies last? Effects of gender stereotypes on the order of romantic partners’ names. British Journal of Social Psychology

Hegarty, P. J. (2009). Queerying lesbian and gay psychology’s coming of age: Was the past just kid stuff? In: Giffney, N. and O'Rourke, M. eds. The Ashgate Research Companion to Queer Theory. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Pub Co, 311 - 328.

Hegarty, P. and Golden, A. M. (2008). Attributional Beliefs About the Controllability of Stigmatized Traits: Antecedents or Justifications of Prejudice? Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38(4) 1023 - 1044.

Hegarty, P. (2007). Queer methodologies. In: Moon, LT ed. Feeling queer or queer feelings: Radical approaches to counseling sex, sexualities and genders. London: Routledge, 125 - 140.

Hegarty, P (2007). Slaying the Witch King: Androcentrism in psychology, and the seven habits of anti-normative people. Dialogue: The Official Newsletter of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, 22(1) 6 - 30.

Hegarty, PJ (2007). “Internationalizing the history of psychology” Edited by Adrian Brock. History and Philosophy of Psychology, 9(1) 73 - 76.

Hegarty, P (2007). The history of power. History of Psychology, 10(2) 75 - 226.

Hegarty, P. (2007). Getting dirty - Psychology's history of power. History of Psychology, 10(2) 75 - 91.

Hegarty, P. (2007). What comes after discourse analysis for LGBTQ psychology? In: Peel, E. A. and Clarke, V. C. eds. Out in psychology: LGBTQ Perspectives. Chichester: Wiley and Sons.

Hegarty, Peter; Barker, Meg and McManus, Jim (2006). Public statement on the recognition of same-sex relationships. Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 7(2) pp. 120–122.

Hegarty, P; Buechel, C and Ungar, S (2006). Androcentric preferences for visuospatial representations of gender differences. In: ed. Diagrammatic Representation and Inference, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Not Set, 263 - 266.

Hegarty, P. and Buechel, C. (2006). Androcentric reporting of gender differences in APA journals: 1965-2004. Review of General Psychology, 10(4) 377 - 389.

Hegarty, P. and Hardman, D. (2006). Speaking of sexual politics in psychology. Psychologist, 19(1) 27 - 29.

Hegarty, P. (2006). Where's the sex in sexual prejudice? Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 7 264 - 275.

Hegarty, P (2005). More clarity, please. Psychologist, 18(4) 200 - 200.

Hegarty, P. (2005). Harry Stack Sullivan and his chums: Archive fever in American psychiatry? History of the Human Sciences, 18(3) 35 - 53.

Hegarty, P. J. (2005). Kitzinger's irony: Then and now. Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 6 114 - 116.

Hegarty, P.; Pratto, F. and Lemieux, A. F. (2004). Heterosexist ambivalence and heterocentric norms: Drinking in intergroup discomfort. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 7(2) 119 - 130.

Hegarty, P (2003). ‘More feminine than 999 men out of 1,000:’ The construction of sex roles in psychology. In: ed. Not Set Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press., pp. 62–83.

Hegarty, P; Pratto, F and Crawford, M (2002). An unconventional family. Feminism & Psychology, 12(1) 120 - 124.

Hegarty, P. and Pratto, F. (2001). The effects of social category norms and stereotypes on explanations for intergroup differences. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 80(5) 723 - 735.

Hegarty, PJ (1999). Taking intersexuality seriously: A new challenge for lesbian and gay psychology. newsletter of the BPS Lesbian and Gay Psychology Section(3) 6 - 8.

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Klein, Olivier; Hegarty, Peter and Fischhoff, Baruch (2017). Hindsight 40 years on: An interview with Baruch Fischhoff. Memory Studies, 10(3) pp. 249–260.

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Lundberg, Tove; Dønåsen, Ingrid; Hegarty, Peter and Roen, Katrina (2019). Moving intersex/DSD rights and care forward: Lay understandings of common dilemmas. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 7(1) pp. 354–377.

Liao, Lih-Mei; Hegarty, Peter; Creighton, Sarah; Lundberg, Tove and Roen, Katrina (2019). Clitoral surgery on minors: an interview study with clinical experts of differences of sex development. BMJ Open, 9(6), article no. e025821.

Lundberg, T; Hegarty, Peter and Roen, K (2018). Making sense of ‘Intersex’ and ‘DSD’: how laypeople understand and use terminology. Psychology and Sexuality, 9(2) pp. 161–173.

Lundberg, T; Lindström, A; Roen, K and Hegarty, P (2017). From Knowing Nothing to Knowing What, How and Now: Parents' Experiences of Caring for their Children With Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 42(5) pp. 520–529.

Lenihan, P and Hegarty, P (2007). Exploring transsexualism. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 36(1) 117 - 118.

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Monro, Surya; Carpenter, Morgan; Crocetti, Daniela; Davis, Georgiann; Garland, Fae; Griffiths, David; Hegarty, Peter; Travis, Mitchell; Cabral Grinspan, Mauro and Aggleton, Peter (2021). Editorial Introduction. Intersex: cultural and social perspectives. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 23(4) pp. 431–440.

McAlpine, C; Gill, A and Hegarty, P (2007). Why criminalize forced marriage? Islamophobia and assimilation-based justifications. Psychology of Women Section Review, 9(2) 15 - 28.

Marcu, A.; Lyons, E. and Hegarty, P. (2007). Dilemmatic human-animal boundaries in Britain and Romania: Post-materialist and materialist dehumanization. British Journal of Social Psychology, 46 875 - 893.

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Pettit, M. and Hegarty, P. (2013). Psychology and sexuality in historical time. In: Tolman, D. and Diamond, L. eds. The Handbook of Sexuality and Psychology. Washington, DC, USA: American Psychological Association.

Pratto, F.; Hegarty, P. and Korchmairos, J. (2008). Who gets stereotyped? How communication practices and category norms lead people to stereotype particular people and groups. In: Kashima, Y.; Fiedler, K. and Freytag, P eds. Stereotype dynamics: Language-based approaches to the formation, maintenance, and transformation of stereotypes. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 299 - 319.

Pratto, F.; Korchmaros, J. D and Hegarty, P. (2007). When race and gender go without saying. Social Cognition, 25(2) 221 - 247.

Pratto, F.; Glasford, D. E. and Hegarty, P. (2006). Weighing the prospects of war. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 9(2) 219 - 233.

Pratto, F; Liu, JH; Levin, S; Sidanius, J; Shih, M; Bachrach, H and Hegarty, P (2000). Social dominance and the legitimation of inequality across cultures. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 31 369 - 409.

Pratto, F. and Hegarty, P. (2000). The political psychology of reproductive strategies. Psychological Science, 11(1) 57 - 62.

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Roen, Katrina and Hegarty, Peter (2018). Shaping parents, shaping penises: How medical teams frame parents’ decisions in response to hypospadias. British Journal of Health Psychology, 23(4) pp. 967–981.

Roen, Katrina; Creighton, Sarah M.; Hegarty, Peter and Liao, Lih-Mei (2018). Vaginal construction and treatment providers’ experiences: a qualitative analysis. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, 31(3) pp. 247–251.

Robinson, E. and Hegarty, P. (2005). Premise-based category norms and the explanation of age differences. New Review of Social Psychology, 4 138 - 143.

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Salamat, Samantha; Hegarty, Peter and Patton, Robert (2019). Same clinic, different conceptions: Drug users’ and healthcare professionals’ perceptions of how stigma may affect clinical care. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 49(8) pp. 534–545.

Shepperd, D.; Coyle, A. and Hegarty, P. (2010). Discourses of friendship between heterosexual women and gay men: mythical norms and an absence of desire. Feminism & Psychology, 20(2) 205 - 224.

Shepperd, D.; Coyle, A. and Hegarty, P. (2006). Accounts of difference and similarity in friendships between heterosexual women and gay men: a discourse analytic approach. In: British Psychological Society’s Social Psychology Section Annual Conference, 1 Sep 2009, Birmingham.

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Thorne, Sapphira R.; Hegarty, Peter and Hepper, Erica G. (2021). Love is heterosexual‐by‐default: Cultural heterosexism in default prototypes of romantic love. British Journal of Social Psychology, 60(2) pp. 653–677.

Thorne, Sapphira; Hegarty, Peter and Hepper, Erica (2019). Equality in Theory: From a Heteronormative to an Inclusive Psychology of Romantic Love. Theory & Psychology, 29(1) pp. 240–257.

Thorne, Sapphira R and Hegarty, Peter (2018). A Meeting of Minds: Can Cognitive Psychology Meet the Demands of Queer Theory? In: ed. Not Set Palgrave MacmIllan.

Teigen, K. N.; Böhm, G; Bruckmüller, S; Hegarty, P. and Luminet, O. (2017). Long Live the King! Beginnings Loom Larger than Endings of Past and Recurrent Events. Cognition, 163 26 - 41.

Tee, N. and Hegarty, P. (2006). Predicting opposition to the civil rights of trans persons in the United Kingdom. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 16(1) 70 - 80.

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Uzzell, D.; Muckle, R.; Jackson, T.; Ogden, J.; Barnett, J.; Gatersleben, B.; Hegarty, P. and Papathanasopoulou, E. (2006). Choice Matters: Alternative Approaches to Encourage Sustainable Consumption and Production. Report to Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, London.

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Young, J. and Hegarty, P. (2020). Psychology’s history of sexual harassment persists into the present. The Psychologist, 33(6) pp. 40–45.

Young, Jacy L and Hegarty, Peter (2019). Reasonable men: Sexual harassment and norms of conduct in social psychology. Feminism & Psychology, 29(4) pp. 453–474.

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