Contact: Susan Hagen
University of Rochester
Caption: Richard Ryan, professor of clinical and social psychology at the University of Rochester, discusses research on the psychological roots of homophobia. A new study shows that individuals who reported themselves to be more heterosexual than their performance on a psychological test indicated were most likely to react with hostility to gay others.
Credit: Matt Mann/University of Rochester
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