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Race, Rejection Sensitivity, and Identity Centrality among Young Sexual Minority Women
This study examined to what extent the centrality of sexual and racial/ethnic identities were associated with rejection sensitivity in young adult sexual minority women. The relationships between sexual identity centrality and current alcohol use, alcohol-related problems, and sexual minority stress outcomes were also examined with race as a potential moderator. African American/Black and Non-Hispanic White sexual minority women 18-25 years old (N = 676) were recruited through online socialdoi:10.25777/yzyp-s614 fatcat:ptwbrznnszcitelxefmusrsneq