School of Psychology - Directory - People - Dr Sharon Dane

Dr Sharon Dane
  – Adjunct Fellow

Picture of 'Dr Sharon Dane'
Dr Sharon Dane
Email:
Phone:
Mob: 0403 895 268
Fax:
+617 3365 4466
Postal Address:
School of Psychology
McElwain Building
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD 4072
Australia
Username: sharonda
Picture of 'Dr Sharon Dane'
Dr Sharon Dane
Qualifications:

Bachelor of Psychological Science (Hons)

PhD (Social Psychology)

Professional Activities:

Member, Australian Psychological Society 

Picture of 'Dr Sharon Dane'
Dr Sharon Dane
Research Activities:

RESEARCH REPORT 

NOT SO PRIVATE LIVES - NATIONAL SURVEY - SAME-SEX ATTRACTED AUSTRALIANS

Dane, S.K., Masser, B.M., MacDonald, G., & Duck, J.M. (2010). Not so private lives: National findings on the relationships and well-being of same-sex attracted Australians (version 1.1). The University of Queensland, Australia: School of Psychology Publications.

To access full report visit  http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:205948

Chapters include findings on preferred timing of disclosure of sexuality, marriage vs. civil unions, perceptions of how others value same-sex relationships, numbers living with children, the role of heterosexual acceptance over and above support from similar others, and psychological well-being.

 

 

Research interests:

Minority group status, concealable stigma, intergroup anxiety, social acceptance and wellbeing

Representative Publications:

Journal Articles:

Dane, S. K., & MacDonald, G. (2009).  Heterosexuals' acceptance predicts the well-being of same-sex attracted young adults beyond ingroup support.  Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 26, 659-677.

Dane, S. (2005). The importance of out-group acceptance in addition to in-group support in predicting the well-being of same-sex attracted youth. Gay and Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review, 1, 23-29.

Recent Conference Presentations:

Dane, S., Masser, B., MacDonald, G., & Duck, J. (2010). Not so private lives: National findings on relationship recognition and disclosure, mainstream appraisal, and the well-being of same-sex attracted Australians. Paper presented at the 7th national LGBTI Health in Difference Conference. Sydney, Australia.

Dane, S., MacDonald, G., Masser, B., & Duck, J. (2008). To delay or not to delay: The effects of timing and manner in disclosing a same-sex sexual orientation. Poster presented at the 2008 biennial meeting of the International Association of Relationship Research (IARR). Providence, RI, USA.

Dane, S.K., & MacDoanld, G., Masser, B.M., & Feeney, J.A. (2007). Upfront and indirect: Outgroup reactions to the timing and manner of disclosure of an individual's same-sex sexual orientation. Paper presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP). Brisbane, Australia.

Dane, S., MacDonald, G., Feeney. J., & Louis, W. (2006). Not if but when: Out-group reactions to the timing of disclosure of an indiviidual's same-sex attractions. Paper presented at the 35th annual meeting of the Society for Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP). Canberra, Australia.

Course Tutor:
  • Semester 1, 2010
    PSYC4181 - Applied Social Psychology
  • Semester 2, 2010
    PSYC2020 - Neuroscience for Psychologists
  • Semester 1, 2009
    PSYC2361 - Psychology of Law & Justice
  • Semester 1, 2009
    PSYC2361 - Psychology of Law & Justice
  • Semester 2, 2009
    PSYC4181 - Applied Social Psychology
  • Semester 1, 2008
    PSYC2361 - Psychology of Law & Justice
  • Semester 2, 2008
    PSYC4181 - Applied Social Psychology
  • Semester 1, 2007
    PSYC2361 - Psychology of Law & Justice
  • Semester 1, 2006
    PSYC2361 - Psychology of Law & Justice
  • Semester 2, 2006
    PSYC4181 - Applied Social Psychology

Note: Coordinator roles prior to 2009 and tutor roles prior to 2006 are not included.

QR Code for 'Dr Sharon Dane'.
View QR Code for this page.
Psychology News, Events & Publications RSS 2.0 Feed School of Psychology on Facebook School of Psychology on Twitter School of Psychology on Google Plus School of Psychology on Linkedin School of Psychology on YouTube
Share this page on Facebook Share this page on Twitter Share this page on Google Plus Share this page on Linkedin