Nicolette Zangari

M.A. Psychology (2018) University of Kansas
B.A. Psychology (2011) Bates College
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Pronouns: She/Her


Summary

Research Lab: Muehlenhard Lab (aka "Sex Lab")
Advisor: Dr. Charlene Muehlenhard
Research Interests:  Human sexuality, sexual consent and communication, sexual minority identity, sexual behavior, intersection of sexuality and technology, gender diversity, mixed method design

Selected Publications

Robbins, N. K., Low, K. G., & Query, A. N. (2016). A qualitative exploration of the “coming out” process for asexual individuals. Archives of Sexual Behavior45(3), 751-760. doi:10.12788/jhm.2696

Selected Presentations

 

Zangari, N.K. & Muehlenhard, C. (2020, November). Exploding the Gender Binary: How Individuals’ Sexual Identity Labels Reflect Their Critiques of the Gender BinaryOral Presentation given at 2020 Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality held virtually

Zangari, N.K. & Muehlenhard, C. (2019, November). Navigating Hesitation and Ambivalence After Arranging a Sexual Encounter on Grindr: A Qualitative Analysis, Oral Presentation given at 2019 Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality in Denver, Colorado.

Zangari, N. K. & Muehlenhard, C. (2019, March). Sexual Consent in the Age of Grindr, Oral Presentation given at 2019 Gender and Sexuality in Kansas Conference in Wichita, Kansas

Zangari, N. K. & Muehlenhard, C. (2018, November). Does Planning Sexual Activity on Grindr Lead to Feelings of Sexual Obligation? A Qualitative Analysis, Oral Presentation given at 2018 Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality in Montreal, Canada.

Zangari, N. K. & Muehlenhard, C. (2017, November). Thought-Provoking Questions About Sexual Consent in the Era of Grindr, Poster presented at 2017 Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality in Atlanta, Georgia.

Selected Awards & Honors

Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, Psychology Department Recipient, 2020   
Lori Irving/Mitch Handelsman Graduate Student Teaching Award, 2020
Don Hutchings Memorial Award, 2019   
Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award, Psychology Department Nominee, 2019

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