Peter Hegarty

Professor Peter Hegarty


Professor of Psychology
BSc (Hons). TCD, Ireland. PhD, Stanford, USA
+44 (0)1483 686898
14 AC 05
2-5 Thursday during teaching weeks or by appointment

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School of Psychology.

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PUBLICATION LIST Last updated 12.03.2020.

BOOKS

  1. Hegarty, P. (2017). A recent history of LGBT psychology: From homophobia to LGBT. London, UK: Routledge.
  2. Hegarty, P. (2013). Gentlemen’s disagreement: Alfred Kinsey, Lewis Terman, and the sexual politics of smart men. Chicago, IL, USA: University of Chicago Press.

EDITED WORKS

  1. Rutherford, A., & Hegarty, P. (2019). 50 years since Stonewall: The science and politics of sexual orientation and gender diversity.  American Psychologist, 74, 857-986.
  2. Klein, O., & Hegarty, P. (2017). Historical cognition: Recent advances. Memory Studies, 10, 243-362.
  3. Hegarty, P., Hubbard, K., & Nyatanga, L. (2015). Innovative approaches to teaching Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology (CHIP). History and Philosophy of Psychology, 16, 1-68.
  4. Hegarty, P. (2012). Beyond Kinsey: The Committee for Research on Problems of Sex and American psychology. History of Psychology, 15,197-232.
  5. Curtain, N., Hegarty, P., & Stewart, A.J. (2012). Expanding the research community in LGBT psychology: Collaborative studies from the International Institute. Psychology & Sexuality, 3,187-296.
  6. Hegarty, P., Barker, M., & Langdridge, D. (2011). Queer theory and psychology. Psychology and Sexuality, 2 (1), 1-107
  7. Hegarty, P. (2007). The history of power.  History of Psychology. 10 (2), 75-226.
  8. Hegarty, P. & Coyle, A. (2005). Special Feature on ‘Masculinity-Femininity: An exception to a famous dictum?’ by Anne Constantinople (1973). Feminism & Psychology, 15, 379-440. 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Young, J., & Hegarty, P. (in press). Psychology’s history of sexual harassment persists into the present. The Psychologist.
  2. Bartoş, S.E., Russell, P.S., & Hegarty, P. (2020). Heroes against homophobia: Does elevation uniquely block homophobia by inhibiting disgust? Cognition and Emotion. doi.org/10.1080/02699931.2020.1726292
  3. AlSheddi, M., Russell, S., & Hegarty, P. (2020). How does culture shape our moral identity? Moral foundations in Saudi Arabia and Britain. European Journal of Social Psychology, 50, 97-110.
  4. Hegarty, P. (2020). Strangers and states: Situating accentism in a world of nations.  Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 39, 172-179.
  5. Bartoş, S.E., & Hegarty, P. (2019). Negotiating theory when doing practice: A systematic review of qualitative research on interventions to reduce homophobia. Journal of Homosexuality, 66, 1262-1286. 
  6. Bartoş, S., Fife-Schaw, C., & Hegarty, P. (2019). Is homonationalism influencing public opinion? Experimental and survey evidence from the UK and Romania.  Psychology of Sexualities Review, 10 (1), 20-35
  7. Fasoli, F., & Hegarty, P. (2019). A leader doesn’t sound lesbian! The impact of auditory gaydar on first impression and hiring decision. Psychology of Women Quarterly. DOI: 10.1177/0361684319891168
  8. Fasoli, F., Hegarty, P., & Carnaghi, A. (2019). Sounding gay, speaking as a “fag”: Auditory gaydar and the perception of reclaimed homophobic language. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.  doi.org/10.1177/0261927X19852753
  9. Hegarty, P. (2019). How do we ‘other’? The Psychologist, 32 (4), 48-51.
  10. Hegarty P. (2019). Inequality brokered. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1904267116
  11. Hegarty, P., & Rutherford, A. (2019). Histories of psychology after Stonewall: An introduction to the special issue. American Psychologist, 74, 857-867.
  12. Hegarty, P., Sczerba, A., & Skelton, R. (2019). How has cultural heterosexism affected thinking about divorce? Asymmetric framing of same-gender and mixed-gender divorces in news media and in minds. Journal of Homosexuality. DOI: 10.1080/00918369.2019.1603495
  13. Hegarty, P., Smith, A.M., & Bogan-Carey, T. (2019). Stigma as framed on YouTube: Effects of personal experience videos on students’ beliefs about medicalizing intersex. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 49, 133-144.
  14. Lundberg, T., Dønåsen, I., Hegarty. P., & Roen, K. (2019). Moving intersex/DSD rights and care forward: Lay understandings of common dilemmas. Journal of Social and Political Psychology 7, 354-377.
  15. Liao, L.-M., Hegarty, P., Creighton, S., Lundberg, T., & Roen, K. (2019). Clitoral surgery on minors: An interview study with clinical experts of differences of sex development. BJM Open, 9, e025821. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025821
  16. Salamat, S., Hegarty, P., & Patton, R. (2019). Same clinic, different conceptions: Drug users and healthcare professionals’ perceptions of how stigma affects clinical care. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 49, 534-545.
  17. Thorne, S.R., Hegarty, P., & Hepper, E.G. (2019). Equality in theory: From a heteronormative to an inclusive psychology of romantic love. Theory & Psychology, 29, 240-257.
  18. Young, J., & Hegarty, P. (2019). Reasonable men: Sexual harassment and social psychologists’ norms for conduct. Feminism & Psychology, 29, 453-474.  
  19. Fasoli, F., & Hegarty, P., Maass, A., & Aquino, R. (2018). Who wants to sound straight? Sexual majority and minority stereotypes, beliefs and desires about auditory gaydar. Personality and Individual Differences, 130, 59-64.
  20. Gkinopoulis, T., & Hegarty, P. (2018). Commemoration in crisis: A discursive analysis of who ‘we’ and ‘they’ have been and become in ceremonial political speeches before and during the Greek financial downturn. British Journal of Social Psychology, 57, 591-609.
  21. Hegarty, P., Stewart, A.L., Blockmans, I., & Horvath, M.A.H. (2018). The influence of magazines on men: Normalizing and challenging young men’s prejudice with lads’ mags. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 19, 131-144.
  22. Lundberg, T., Hegarty, P., & Roen, K. (2018). Making sense of ‘Intersex’ and ‘DSD’: How laypeople with varying experience of intersex/DSD understand and use terminology. Psychology & Sexuality, 9, 161-173
  23. Roen, K., Creighton, S.M., & Hegarty, P., & Liao, L.-M. (2018). Vaginal construction and treatment providers’ experiences: A qualitative analysis. Journal of Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology, 31, 247-251.
  24. Roen, K., & Hegarty, P.  (2018). Shaping parents, shaping penises: How medical teams frame parents' decisions in response to hypospadias. British Journal of Health Psychology, 23, 967-981.
  25. Bruckmüller, S., Hegarty, P., Tiegen, K.H., Boehm, G., & Luminet, O. (2017). When do past events require explanation? Insights from social psychology. Memory Studies, 10, 261-276.
  26. Fasoli, F., & Hegarty, P. (2017). Straight talk about gaydar: How do individuals guess others’ sexual orientation?  InMind 7 (34);  http://www.in-mind.org/article/straight-talk-about-gaydar-how-do-individuals-guess-others-sexual-orientation.
  27. Hegarty, P. (2017). On the failure to notice that White people are White: Generating and testing hypotheses with the celebrity guessing game. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 146, 41-62.
  28. Hegarty, P., & Klein, O. (2017). Historical cognition’s dilemmas: Introduction to the special issue: Recent Advances in Historical Cognition. Memory Studies, 10, 243-248 
  29. Hubbard, K., & Hegarty, P. (2017). Rorschach tests and Rorschach vigilantes: Queering the history of psychology in Watchmen. History of the Human Sciences, 30 (4), 75-99.
  30. Klein, O., Hegarty, P. & Fischhoff, B. (2017). Hindsight forty years on: An interview with Baruch Fischhoff. Memory Studies, 10, 249-260.
  31. Lundberg, T., Lindström, A., Roen, K., & Hegarty, P. (2017).  From knowing nothing to knowing now: Parents experiences of caring for their children with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 42, 520-529.
  32. Tiegen, K.N., Bohm, G., Bruckmuller, S., Hegarty, P., & Luminet, O. (2017).  Long live the King! Beginnings loom larger than endings of past and recurrent events. Cognition, 163, 26-41.
  33. Hubbard, K., & Hegarty, P. (2016).  Blots and all: A British history of the Rorschach. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 52, 146-166.
  34. Hegarty, P. (2016). Brains, variability and inheritance: The continued relevance of Shields’ Functionalism in 21st century times. Feminism & Psychology, 26, 346-352.
  35. Bharj, N., & Hegarty, P. (2015). A postcolonial feminist critique of harem analogies in psychological science. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 3, 257-275.
  36. Hayter, D., & Hegarty, P. (2015). A genealogy of postmodern subjects: Discourse analysis and late capitalism. Theory & Psychology, 25, 369-287.
  37. Hayter, D., & Hegarty, P. (2015). Insisting on the unthinkable: A reply to Wetherell and Potter.  Theory & Psychology, 25, 396-402.
  38. Hegarty, P., Hubbard, K., & Nyatanga, L. (2015). Innovative approaches to teaching CHIP: An introduction to the Special Issue.  History and Philosophy of Psychology, 16 (1), 1-3.
  39. Thorne, S., Hegarty, P., & Catmur, C. (2015). Is the left hemisphere androcentric?  Evidence of the learned categorical perception of gender. Laterality, 20, 571-584.
  40. Ansara, Y.G., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Methodologies of misgendering: Recommendations for reducing cisgenderism in psychological research. Feminism & Psychology, 24, 259-270.
  41. Bartoș, S.E., Berger, I., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Can psychological interventions reduce homophobia?  A study-space analysis and meta-analytic review. Annual Review of Sex Research, 51, 363-382.
  42. Falomir-Pichastor, J.M., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Maintaining distinctions under threat: Why heterosexual men endorse the biological theory of sexuality when equality is the norm. British Journal of Social Psychology, 53, 731-751.
  43. Hegarty, P. (2014). The need for historical understanding in the psychology of peace and conflict.  Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 20, 337-340.
  44. Hubbard, K., & Hegarty, P. (2014). Why is the history of heterosexuality essential?  Beliefs about the history of heterosexuality and homosexuality and their relationship to sexual prejudice. Journal of Homosexuality, 61, 471-490.
  45. Ansara, Y.G., & Hegarty, P. (2013). Masculine genetics as misgendering in English language contexts: Applying non-cisgenderist methods to feminist research. International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, 7, 160-177.
  46. Hagger-Johnson, G.E., Hegarty, P., Barker, M., & Richards, C. (2013). Public engagement, knowledge transfer and impact validity. Journal of Social Issues, 69, 664-683.
  47. Hegarty, P. (2013). Essential differences? Constructing frames of reference in spontaneous explanations of differences between the British and the Irish. Irish Journal of Psychology, 34, 35-48.
  48. Hegarty, P. (2013). Deconstructing the ideal of fidelity: A view from LGB psychology. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 13, 31-33.
  49. Hegarty, P., & Bruckmüller, S. (2013). Asymmetric explanations of group differences: Experimental evidence of Foucault’s disciplinary power in social psychology. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 7, 176-186. 
  50. Hegarty, P., & Bruckmüller, S. (2013). Teaching and learning guide for asymmetric explanations of group differences: Experimental evidence of Foucault’s disciplinary power in social psychology.   Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 7, 701-705. 
  51. Parslow, O., & Hegarty, P. (2013). Who cares? UK lesbian caregivers in a heterosexual world.  Women’s Studies International Forum, 40, 78-86.
  52. Ansara, Y.G., & Hegarty, P. (2012). Cisgenderism in psychology: Pathologizing and misgendering children from 1999 to 2008. Psychology and Sexuality, 3, 137-160.
  53. Brennan, T., & Hegarty, P. (2012). Charlotte Wolff’s contribution to bisexual history and to (sexuality) theory and research: A reappraisal.  Journal of the History of Sexuality, 21, 141-161.
  54. Bruckmüller, S., Hegarty, P., & Abele, A.E. (2012). Framing gender differences: Linguistic normativity affects perceptions of gendered power and gender stereotypes. European Journal of Social Psychology, 42, 210-218.
  55. Curtain, N., Hegarty, P., & Stewart, A.J. (2012). Fostering research collaborations in LGBT psychology: An introduction to the special issue. Psychology & Sexuality, 3, 187-194.
  56. Hegarty, P. (2012). Beyond Kinsey: The Committee for Research on Problems of Sex and American Psychology. History of Psychology, 15, 197-200.
  57. Hegarty, P. (2012). Getting Miles away from Terman: Did the CRPS fund Catharine Cox Miles’s Unsilenced Psychology of Sex? History of Psychology, 15, 201-208.
  58. Hegarty, P., & Walton, Z. (2012). The consequences of predicting scientific impact in psychology using journal impact factors. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 72-78.
  59. Horvath, M.A.H., Hegarty, P., Tyler, S., & Mansfield, S. (2012). “Lights on at the end of the party:” Are lads’ mags mainstreaming dangerous sexism? British Journal of Psychology, 103, 454-471. 
  60. Hegarty, P. (2011). Becoming curious: An introduction to the special issue on queer theory and psychology. Psychology and Sexuality, 2, 1-3. 
  61. Hegarty, P. (2011). Sexuality, normality, intelligence. What is queer theory up against?  Psychology and Sexuality, 2, 45-57.
  62. Hegarty, P., & Buechel, C. (2011). “What Blokes Want Lesbians to be”: On FHM and the socialization of pro-lesbian attitudes among heterosexual-identified men. Feminism & Psychology, 21, 240-247.
  63. Hegarty, P., Watson, N., Fletcher, K., & 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, 21-35.
  64. Adams, J., Blair, K.L., Borrero-Bracero, N.I., Espin, O., Hayfield, N.J., Hegarty, P., Herrman-Green, L.K., Hsu, M.-H., D., Maurer, O., Manalastas, E.J., McDermott, D.T., Shepperd, D. (2010).  Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender psychology: An international conversation among researchers.  Psychology & Sexuality, 1, 76-91.
  65. Brennan, T., & Hegarty, P. (2010). Charlotte Wolff and lesbian history: Reconfiguring liminality in exile.  Journal of Lesbian Studies, 14, 338-358.
  66. Brennan, T., & Hegarty, P. (2010). Man seeks man: Gay men’s profiles on a website as subject production. Psychology of Sexualities Review, 1, 5-18.
  67. Hegarty, P. (2010). A stone in the soup?  Changes in sexual prejudice and essentialist beliefs among British students in a class on LGBT psychology. Psychology and Sexuality, 1, 3-20.
  68. Hegarty, P., Lemieux, A., & 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, 375-391 
  69. Shepperd, D., Coyle, A., & Hegarty, P. (2010). Discourses of friendship between heterosexual women and gay men: Mythical norms and an absence of desire.  Feminism & Psychology, 20, 205-224.
  70. Brennan, T., & Hegarty, P. (2009). Magnus Hirschfeld, his biographies, and the possibilities and boundaries of ‘biography’ as ‘doing history.’ History of the Human Sciences 22 (5), 24-46.
  71. Hegarty, P. (2009). Toward an LGBT-affirmative informed paradigm for children who break gender norms: A comment on Drummond et al. (2008) and Rieger et al. (2008). Developmental Psychology, 45, 895-900.
  72. Hegarty, P., & Golden, A.M. (2008). Attributions about the controllability of stigmatized traits: Antecedents or justifications of prejudice? Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38, 1023-1044.
  73. Barker, M., Hagger-Johnson, G., Hegarty, P., Hutchinson, C., & Riggs, D.W. (2007). Responses from the Lesbian & Gay Psychology Section to Crossley’s Making sense of ‘barebacking.’ British Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 667-677.
  74. Brennan, T., & Hegarty, P. (2007). Who was Magnus Hirshfeld and why do we need to know? History and Philosophy of Psychology 9 (1), 12-28.
  75. Buechel, C., & Hegarty, P. (2007). Modern prejudice at work: Effects of homonegativity and perceived erotic value of lesbians and gay men on heterosexuals’ reactions to explicit and discrete couples.  Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 8, 71-82.
  76. Hegarty, P. (2007). Getting dirty: Psychology’s history of power. History of Psychology, 10, 75-91.
  77. Hegarty, P. (2007). From genius inverts to gendered intelligence: Lewis Terman and the power of the norm. History of Psychology, 10, 132-155.
  78. Marcu, A., Lyons, E., & Hegarty, P. (2007). Dilemmatic human-animal boundaries in Britain and Romania: Post-materialist and materialist dehumanization. British Journal of Social Psychology,46, 875-893.
  79. McAlpine, C., Gill, A., & Hegarty, P. (2007). Why criminalize forced marriage? Islamophobia and assimilation-based justifications. Psychology of Women Section Review 9 (2), 15-28.
  80. Pratto, F., Korchmaros, J. N., & Hegarty, P. (2007). When race and gender go without saying. Social Cognition, 25, 221-247 
  81. Hegarty, P. (2006). Undoing androcentric explanations of gender differences: Explaining ‘the effect to be predicted.’ Sex Roles, 55, 861-867.
  82. Hegarty, P. (2006). Where’s the sex in sexual prejudice? Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 7, 264-275.
  83. Hegarty, P. (2006). Prejudice against lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and trans people: A matter of identity, behaviour, or both?  Sexual Health Matters, 7, 37-40. 
  84. Hegarty, P., & Buechel, C. (2006). Androcentric reporting of gender differences in APA articles, 1965-2004.  Review of General Psychology, 10, 377-389.
  85. Hegarty, P., & Massey, S. (2006). Anti-homosexual prejudice . . . as opposed to what? Queer theory and the social psychology of anti-homosexual prejudice.  Journal of Homosexuality, 52, 47-71.
  86. Pratto, F., Glasford, D., & Hegarty, P. (2006). Weighing the prospects of war.  Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 9, 219-233.
  87. Tee, N., & Hegarty, P. (2006). Predicting opposition to the civil rights of trans persons in the United Kingdom.  Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 16, 70-80.
  88. Brown, N., & Hegarty, P. (2005). Attributing primary and secondary emotions to lesbians and gay men: Denying a human essence or gender stereotyping? Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 6, 14-20.
  89. Hegarty, P. (2005). Harry Stack Sullivan and his chums: Archive fever in American psychiatry? History of the Human Sciences, 18 (3), 35-53.
  90. Hegarty, P. (2005). Kitzinger’s irony: Then and now. Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review,6, 114-116.
  91. Hegarty, P., & Chryssocchoou, X. (2005). Why our policies set the standard more than theirs: Category norms and the generalization of policies between EU countries. Social Cognition, 23, 491-529.
  92. Hegarty, P., & Coyle, A. (2005). An undervalued part of the psychology of gender canon? Reappraising Anne Constantinople’s ‘Masculinity-femininity: An exception to a famous dictum?’  Feminism & Psychology, 15, 379-383. 
  93. Robinson, E., & Hegarty, P. (2005). Premise-based category norms and the explanation of age differences. New Review of Social Psychology, 4,138-143.
  94. Hegarty, P. (2004). Was he Queer… or just Irish?  Reading the Life of Harry Stack Sullivan. Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 5, 103-108.
  95. Hegarty, P., Pratto, F., & Lemieux, A. (2004). Heterocentric norms and heterosexist ambivalences: Drinking in intergroup discomfort. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 7, 119-130 
  96. Hegarty, P., & Pratto, F. (2004). The differences that norms make: Empiricism, social constructionism and the interpretation of group differences.  Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 50, 445-453.
  97. Hegarty, P. (2003). Homosexual signs and heterosexual silences: Rorschach studies of male homosexuality from 1921 to 1967. Journal of the History of Sexuality, 12, 400-423.
  98. Hegarty, P. (2003). Pointing to a crisis: What finger-length ratios tell us about the construction of sexuality. Radical Statistics, Issue 83, 16-30.
  99. Hegarty, P. (2003). Contingent Differences: An historical note on Evelyn Hooker’s use of significance testing. Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 4, 3-7.    
  100. Hegarty, P. (2002). "It's not a choice, it's the way we're built:" Symbolic beliefs about sexual orientation in the United States and in Britain. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 12, 153-166.
  101. Hegarty, P. (2001). ‘Real science’, deception experiments and the gender of my lab coat: Toward a new laboratory manual for lesbian and gay psychology. International Journal of Critical Psychology, 1 (4) 91-108.
  102. Hegarty, P., & Pratto, F. (2001). The effects of category norms and stereotypes on explanations of intergroup differences. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 80, 723-735.
  103. Hegarty, P., & Pratto, F. (2001). Sexual orientation beliefs: Their relationship to anti-gay attitudes and biological determinist arguments. Journal of Homosexuality, 41, 121-135.
  104. Hegarty, P., & Chase, C.  (2000). Intersexed activism, feminism, and psychology: Opening a dialogue on theory, research, and practice.  Feminism & Psychology, 10, 107-122.
  105. Pratto, F., & Hegarty, P. (2000). The political psychology of reproductive strategies.  Psychological Science, 11, 57-62.
  106. Pratto, F., Liu, J.H., Levin, S., Sidanius, J., Shih, M., Bachrach, H., & Hegarty, P. (2000). Social dominance and the legitimation of inequality across cultures.  Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 31, 369-409.
  107. Hegarty, P. (1999). Taking intersexuality seriously: A new challenge for lesbian and gay psychology.  Newsletter of the British Psychological Society Lesbian and Gay Psychology Section, Issue 3, 6-8.
  108. Hegarty, P. (1999). Opening the black box: A reply to Rahman. Newsletter of the British Psychological Society Lesbian and Gay Section.  Issue 2, 11-14.
  109. Hegarty, P. (1997). Materializing the hypothalamus: A performative account of the ‘gay brain.’  Feminism & Psychology, 7, 355-372.

 BOOK CHAPTERS AND PUBLISHED CONFERENCE PRECEDINGS

  1. Hegarty, P., & Lundberg, T. (2020). Beyond choosing umbrella terms: An orientation to sense-making about ‘intersex’ for gender and sexuality studies from two psychologists. In A. Keilhauer (Ed.) Interdisciplinary Centre Gender Difference Diversity. Ehrlangen (p. 203-223). Germany: FAU Press.  
  2. Thorne, S., & Hegarty, P. A meeting of minds: Can cognitive psychology meet the demands of queer theory? In K. O’ Doherty, L.M. Osbeck, E. Schraube, & J. Yen (Eds.). Psychological Studies of Science and Technology (pp. 257-278). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  3. Hegarty, P., Ansara, Y.G., & Barker, M.J. (2018). Non-binary gender. In N. Dess, J. Marecek, D. Best, & L. Bell (Eds). Psychology of Gender, Sex, and Sexualities (pp. 53-78). New York: Oxford University Press.
  4. Hegarty, P., Mollin, S., & Foels, R. (2016). Binomial word order and social status. In H. Giles and A. Maass (Eds.), Advances in Intergroup Communication (pp. 119-135). Peter Lang Publishing.
  5. Bartoș, S.E., & Hegarty, P. (2014).  Gender, race, and ethnic relations.  To In P. Nesbitt-Larking, && T. Capelos, with H. Dekker, (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Political Psychology (pp. 204-219). Houndsmill, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  6. Pettit, M., & Hegarty, P. (2013). Psychology and sexuality in historical time.  In D. Tolman, L. Diamond, J.A. Baumeister, W.H. George, J.G. Pfaus, & M.L.Ward (Eds.), APA Handbook of Sexuality and Psychology Volume 1: Person-Based Approaches (pp. 63-78). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
  7. Hegarty, P. (2013). Ladies and gentlemen: Gender and order in English. In G. C. Corbett (ed.) The Expression of Gender (pp. 69-86). Berlin: De Gruyter. 
  8. Hegarty, P., Parslow, O., Ansara, Y.G., & Quick, F. (2013). Androcentrism: Changing the landscape without leveling the playing field. In M. Ryan and N. Branscombe (Eds.), The Sage Handbook on Gender and Psychology (pp. 29-44). London: Sage.
  9. Hegarty, P., & Lemieux, A. (2011). Who is the second (graphed) sex and why?  The meaning of order in graphs of gender differences. In T. W. Schubert. & A. Maass (Eds).  Spatial Dimensions of Social Thought (pp. 325-349). Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin.
  10. Hegarty, P., & Pratto, F. (2010). Interpreting and communicating the results of gender-related research.  In J. C. Chisler & D.R. McCreary (Eds.). Handbook of Gender Research in Psychology: Volume 1 (pp. 191-211). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  11. Hegarty, P. (2009). Queerying lesbian and gay psychology’s coming of age: Was history just kid stuff?  In M O’Rourke and N. Giffney (Eds.) The Ashgate Research Companion to Queer Theory (514-544). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  12. Hegarty, P. (2008). Queer methodologies. In L.T. Moon (Ed.) Feeling Queer or Queer Feelings: Radical Approaches to Counseling Sex, Sexualities and Genders (pp.125-140). London: Routledge.
  13. Hegarty, P. (2007). What comes after discourse analysis for LGBTQ psychology?  In E.A. Peel and V.C. Clarke (Eds.) Out in Psychology: LGBTQ Perspectives (pp. 41-57). Chichester: Wiley and Sons. 
  14. Pratto, F., Hegarty, P., & Korchmairos, J. (2007). Who gets stereotyped?  How communication practices and category norms lead people to stereotype particular people and groups. In Y. Kashima, K. Fiedler, & P. Freytag (Eds.), Stereotype Dynamics: Language-Based Approaches to Stereotype Formation, Maintenance, and Change (pp. 299-319). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Durham, NH.  
  15. Hegarty, P., Buechel, C., & Ungar, S. (2006). Androcentric preferences for visuospatial representations of gender differences. In D. Barker-Plummer, R. Cox, & N. Swoboda (Eds.). Diagrammatic Representation and Inference: 4th International Conference, Diagrams 2006 (pp. 263-266). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  16. Hegarty, P. (2003). ‘More feminine than 999 men out of 1,000:’ The construction of sex roles  in psychology. In T. Lester (Ed.), Gender Nonconformity, Race and Sexuality: Charting the Connections (pp. 62-83). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.
  17. Hegarty, P. (2003). Interpreting the Rorschach test: Poststructuralist histories of psychology and the production of knowledge about sexuality [Extended Abstract].  Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences (pp. 105-113). University of New Hampshire.
  18. Hegarty, P. (1996). Paradoxes of AIDS education: “Sex panic” and public health.  In R.R. Linden & C. Laub (Eds.), AIDS on the Ground: Service Learning in a Global Epidemic (pp. 89-97). Stanford, CA: Haas Center for Public Service. 

PUBLISHED INTERVIEWS

  1. Lampalzer, U., Hegarty, P., Grover, S. & Schweizer, K. (2018). On beauty and the benefits of ambiguity: Current controversies in intersex care. A discussion between gynecologist Sonia Grover and social psychologist Peter Hegarty. In: K. Schweizer & F. Vogler (Eds.). Die Schönheiten des Geschlechts. Intersex im Dialog. Frankfurt/M.: Campus.
  2.  THE News (2016). Is it time to take PhD supervison out of the classroom? www.timeshighereducation.com/news/is-it-time-to-take-phd-supervisions-out-of-the-classroom.
  3. Young, J.L., & Rutherford, A. (Nov 19th, 2012). Oral history: Peter Hegarty.  Psychology’s Feminist Voices. http://www.feministvoices.com/peter-hegarty/
  4. Stemwedel, J. (Jan 12, 2012). Lads’ mags, sexism and research in psychology: An interview with Dr. Peter Hegarty.  Scientific American Doing Good Science Blog.  http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/doing-good-science/2012/01/12/lads-mags-sexism-and-research-in-psychology-an-interview-with-dr-peter-hegarty-part-1/
  5. Hegarty, P., & Hardman, D. (2006). Speaking of sexual politics in psychology. The Psychologist, 19, 27-29.
  6. Barker, M., & Hegarty, P. (2005). Queer politics: Queer science. Psychology of Women Section Review, 7 (2), 71-79.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

  1. Hegarty, P. (2020). Attitudes toward homosexuality and LGBT people: Causal attributions for sexual orientation. In D. Haider-Markel (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of LGBT Politics and Policy  doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.ORE_POL-01173.R1
  2. Hegarty, P., Bartoș, S.E., & Hubbard, K. (2015). History of social psychological theory. In James D. Wright (editor in chief).  International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Science, 2nd Edition, Volume 22, 525-531. Elsevier: Oxford.
  3. Hegarty, P. (2005). Evelyn Hooker. In D. A. Gerstner (Ed.) Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture. New York: Routledge.
  4. Hegarty, P. (2003). Harry Stack Sullivan. In M. Stein (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History in America. New York: Charles Scribner and Sons.

 

Publications

Recent Publications

Hegarty, P. (in press). On the failure to notice that White people are White: Generating and testing hypotheses with the Celebrity Guessing Game.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Hegarty, P. (2016). Brains, variability and inheritance: The continued relevance of Shields’ Functionalism in 21st century times.  Feminism & Psychology, 26, 346-352.

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

Hegarty, P., Stewart, A.L., Blockmans, I., & Horvath, M.A.H. (in press). The influence of magazines on men: Normalizing and challenging young men’s prejudice with lads’ mags. Psychology of Men and Masculinities.

Lundberg, T., Lindström, A., Roen, K., & Hegarty, P. (in press).  From knowing nothing to knowing now: Parents' experiences of caring for their children with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.

Representative Publications

Hubbard, K., & Hegarty, P. (in press).  Rorschach tests and Rorschach vigilantes: Queering the history of psychology in Watchmen. History of the Human Sciences.

Hegarty, P. (2017). On the failure to notice that White people are White: Generating and testing hypotheses with the Celebrity Guessing Game.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 146, 41-62.

Lundberg, T., Lindström, A., Roen, K., & Hegarty, P. (2017).  From knowing nothing to knowing now: Parents experiences of caring for their children with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 42, 520-529.

Tiegen, K.N., Bohm, G., Bruckmuller, S., Hegarty, P., & Luminet, O. (2017).  Long Cognition, 163, 26-41. Bartoș, S.E., Berger, I., & Hegarty, P. (2014).  Can psychological interventions reduce homophobia?  A study-space analysis and meta-analytic review. Annual Review of Sex Research, 51, 363-382.

Hegarty, P., Parslow, O., Ansara, Y.G., & Quick, F. (2013).  Androcentrism: Changing the landscape without levelling the playing field.  In M. Ryan and N. Branscombe (Eds.), The Sage Handbook on Gender and Psychology (pp. 29-44) London: Sage.

Horvath, M.A.H., Hegarty, P., Tyler, S., & Mansfield, S. (2012).  “Lights on at the end of the party:” Are lads’ mags mainstreaming dangerous sexism?  British Journal of Psychology, 103, 454-471. 

Hegarty, P., Watson, N., Fletcher, K., & 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, 21-35.

Hegarty, P., Lemieux, A., & 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, 375-391.  

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

Hegarty, P. (2002). "It's not a choice, it's the way we're built:" Symbolic beliefs about sexual orientation in the United States and in Britain.  Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 12, 153-166.

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