Publications

  • Rose, S. M., & Hospital, M. M. (In press). Friendships across race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. In M. Hojjit & A. Moyer (Eds.).The psychology of friendship. London: Oxford University Press.
  • Rose, S. M. (In press). Dating: Sexual minority women. In A. Goldberg (Ed.). The SAGE Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Eaton, A., A., Rose, S. M., Interligi, C. J., Fernandez, K., & McHugh, M. C. (2015). Gender and ethnicity in dating, hanging out, and hooking up: Sexual scripts among Hispanic and White young adults. Journal of Sex Research, 1-17.
  • Rose, S. M., & Hospital, M. M. (2014). Lesbians over 60: Newer every day. In V. Muhlbauer, J. C. Chrisler, & F. L. Denmark (Eds.), Women and aging: An international, intersectional power perspective (pp. 117-146). New York: Springer. PDF
  • Eaton, A. A., & Rose, S. (2013). The application of biological, evolutionary, and sociocultural frameworks to issues of gender in introductory psychology textbooks. Sex Roles, 69, 536-542.   DOI 10.1007/s11199-013-0289-9 PDF
  • Rose, S. M. (2013). Confronting the enemy within. Review of Lean In: Women, work and the will to lead by Sheryl Sandberg. PsychCritiques, 58 (45), Article 8, pp. 1-5. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0034744 PDF
  • Eaton, A. A. & Rose, S. M. (2012) Scripts for actual first date and hanging out encounters among young heterosexual Hispanic adults. Sex Roles, 67, 285-299. DOI: 10.1007/s11199-012-0190-y PDF
  • Eagly, A. H., Eaton, A. A., Rose, S. M., Riger, S., & McHugh, M. (2012) Feminism and Psychology: Analysis of a half-century of research on women and gender. American Psychologist, 67, 211-230. DOI: 10.1037/a0027260 PDF
  • Rose, S. M., & Eaton, A. (2012). Lesbian love, sex, and relationships. In D. Castaneda & M. Paludi (Eds.). An Essential Handbook of Women’s Sexuality, V. 2: Diversity, Health and Violence. New York: Praeger. PDF
  • Eaton, A., & Rose, S. M. (2011). Has dating become more egalitarian? A 35 Year review using Sex Roles. Sex Roles, 64, 843-862, DOI: 10.1007/s11199-011-9957-9 PDF
  • Rose, S. M. & Danner, M. (2010) Money matters: the art of negotiating the academic contract for women. In M. E. Lenning, Brightman, S., & S. Caringella (Eds.), A guide to surviving a career in academia: Navigating the rites of passage (pp. 33-56). NY: Routledge.
  • Lewis, R. J., Derlega, V. J., Brown, D., Rose, S., & Henson, J.M. (2009). Sexual minority stress, depressive symptoms, and sexual orientation conflict: Focus on the experiences of bisexuals. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 28, 971-992. PDF
  • Rose, S. (2009). The protest as teaching technique for promoting feminist activism. In R. D. Crabtree, D.A. Sapp, & A. C. Licona. (Eds.). Feminist pedagogy: Looking back to move forward (pp. 171-175). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. [Reprinting of 1989 article]. PDF
  • Rose, S.M. (2009). Dating. In H. T. Reis & S. Sprecher (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Human Relationships. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. PDF
  • Rose, S. M. (2007). Enjoying the returns: Women’s friendships after 50. In V. Muhlbauer & J. Chrisler (Eds.), Women Over 50: Psychological Perspectives (pp. 112-130). New York: Springer. PDF
  • Morcillo, A. & Rose, S.M. (2007). Gender and Women’s Studies across cultures: Internationalizing Women’s Studies at Florida International University. In Many Floridas: Women envisioning change (pp. 111-118). J.A. Hayden, S. K. Masters, R. L. S. Ovist, & K. Vaz (Eds.). Cambridge, England: Cambridge Scholar’s Press.
  • Rose, S. M. & Hall, R. (Eds.) (2005). Innovations in Lesbian Research. Special section of the Psychology of Women Quarterly, 29, 119-187.
  • Usui, C., Rose, S., & Kageyama, R. (2003). Women, institutions, and leadership in Japan. Asian Perspectives, 27, 85-123.
  • Rose, S. M. (2003). Community interventions concerning homophobic violence and partner violence against lesbians. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 7, 125-139. PDF
  • Rose, S. M. (2003). Crossing the color line in women’s friendship. In J. Chrisler, C. Golden & P. Rozee (Eds.) Lectures on the Psychology of Women (3rd edition) (pp. 254-274). Updated chapter.
  • Rose, S. M. & Mechanic, M. (2002). Psychological distress, crime features, and help-seeking behaviors related to homophobic bias incidents, American Behavioral Scientist, 46, 14-26. PDF
  • Rose, S.M. (Ed.) 2002. Lesbian love and relationships (Special issue). Journal of Lesbian Studies, 6(1). Also published simultaneously as a book by Haworth Press, NY.
  • Krakauer, I., & Rose, S. M. (2002). The impact of group membership on lesbians’ physical appearance. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 6(1), 31-44. PDF
  • Fjellman, S., & Rose, S. (Eds.) (2002). Interdisciplinary teaching and learning. Journal for the Art of Teaching, XI, No. 1, (138 pages).
  • Lewis, R., Morris, L., Berndt, A., Derlega, V., & Rose, S. (2002). An empirical analysis of stressors for gay men and lesbians. Journal of Homosexuality, 42, 63-88. PDF
  • Murray, S., Crow, M., & Rose, S. 2001. Retention of Female Faculty Members. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Albuquerque, NM, June.
  • Rose, S. (2000). Heterosexism and the study of women’s romantic and friend relationships. Journal of Social Issues, 56, 315-328. Issue received the Distinguished Publication Award, Association for Women in Psychology, 2001. PDF
  • West, C., & Rose, S. (2000). Dating aggression among African Americans: An examination of gender differences and adversarial beliefs. Violence Against Women, 6(5), 470-494. PDF
  • Rose, S., & Zand, D. (2000). Lesbian dating and courtship from young adulthood to midlife. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 11(2-3), 77-104. Reprinted in Journal of Lesbian Studies, 2002, 6(1). PDF
  • Rose, S. (2000). Love. In B. Zimmerman (Ed.), Lesbian Life and Culture (pp. 480-482). New York: Garland.
  • Rose, S. (2000). Crossing the color line in women’s friendships. In J. C. Chrisler, C. Golden, P. D. Rozee (Eds.), Lectures on the psychology of women (2nd ed.) (pp. 235-254). New York: McGraw Hill.
  • Rose, S., & Danner, M. (1998). Money matters: The art of negotiation for women faculty. In L. Collins, J. Chrisler, & K. Quina (Eds.), Arming Athena: Career strategies for academic women (157-186). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Rose, S. (1998). Searching for the meaning of AIDS: Issues affecting seropositive Black gay men. In V. Derlega and A. Barbee (Eds.), HIV and social interaction. (pp. 56-82). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.Winstead, B., Derlega, V., & Rose, S. (1997). Gender and relationships. Thousand Oaks, Sage.
  • Rose, S. (1996.) Who to let in: Women’s cross-race friendships. In J. Chrisler, C. Golden, and P. Rozee (Eds.), Lectures on the psychology of women (pp. 211-228). New York: McGraw Hill. Book received the 1997 Association for Women in Psychology Distinguished Publication Award.
  • Hall, R., & Rose, S. (1996). Friendships between African-American and White lesbians. In J. Weinstock and E. Rothblum (Eds.), Lesbian friendships (pp. 165-191). New York: New York University Press.
  • Rose, S. (1996). Women’s friendships. In J. Chrisler and A. Hemstreet (Eds.), Variations on a theme: Diversity and the psychology of women (pp. 79-106). New York: SUNY Press.
  • Rose, S. (1996). Integrating lesbian studies into the feminist psychology classroom. In B. Zimmerman and T. A. H. McNaron (Eds). The new lesbian studies: Into the twenty-first century (pp. 108-114). New York: Feminist Press.
  • Rose, S.   (1996). Lesbian and gay love scripts.   In E. Rothblum and L. Bond (Eds.), Preventing heterosexism and homophobia (pp. 151-173). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Book received the 1997 Gustav Meyers Award for Human Rights.
  • Klinkenberg, D., & Rose, S. (1994). Dating scripts of lesbians and gay men. Journal of Homosexuality, 26(4), 23-35. PDF
  • Rose, S. (1994). Sexual pride and shame in lesbians. In B. Greene & G. Herek (Eds.) Contemporary issues in gay and lesbian psychology. Vol. 1. (pp. 71-83). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Stake, J. E., & Rose, S. (1994). The long-term impact of Women’s Studies on students’ personal lives and political activism. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 18, 403-412. PDF
  • Stake, J. E., Roades, L., Rose, S., Ellis, L., & West, C. (1994). The Women’s Studies experience: Impetus for feminist activism. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 18, 17-24. PDF
  • Rose, S., & Frieze, I. H. (1993). Young singles’ contemporary dating scripts. Sex Roles, 28, 1-11. PDF
  • Rose, S., Zand, D., & Cini, M. (1993). Lesbian courtship scripts. In E. Rothblum and K. A. Brehony (Eds.), The Boston marriage today: Romantic but asexual relationships between lesbians (pp. 70-85). Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts.
  • Rose, S. (1993). Women, gender, and drugs. In S. Decker, R. Wright, & R. Rosenfeld, (Eds.) Drug education across the curriculum (pp. 200-220). Saratoga, CA: R & E Publishers.
  • Rose, S. (1991). The contribution of Alice Miller to feminist therapy. Women and Therapy, 11(2), 41-53. PDF
  • Rose, S., & Frieze, I. H. (1989). Young singles’ scripts for a first date. Gender and Society, 3, 258-268. PDF
  • Rose, S. (1989). Women biologists and the “Old Boy” network. International Women’s Studies Forum, 12, 349-354. PDF
  • Rose, S. (1989). The protest as a teaching technique for promoting feminist activism. NWSA Journal, 1, 468-490.
  • Larwood, L., Szwajkowski, E., & Rose, S. (1988). Sex and race discrimination resulting from manager-client relationships: Applying the rational bias theory of managerial discrimination. Sex Roles, 18 (1/2), 9-29. PDF
  • Rose, S., & Larwood, L. (Eds.) (1988). Women’s careers: Pathways and pitfalls. New York: Praeger.
  • Rose, S., & Larwood, L. (1988). Charting women’s careers: Current issues and research. In S. Rose and L. Larwood (Eds.), Women’s careers: Pathways and pitfalls (pp. 3-21). New York: Praeger.
  • Larwood, L., Szwajkowski, E., & Rose, S. (1988). When discrimination makes “sense”–The rational bias theory of discrimination. In B. A. Gutek, A. H. Stromberg, & L. Larwood (Eds.), Women and work: An annual review, Vol. 3. (pp. 265-288). Beverly Hills: Sage.
  • Rose, S., & Roades, L. (1987). Feminism and women’s friendships. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 11, 243-354. PDF
  • Rose, S., & Serafica, F. C. (1986). Keeping and ending best, close, and casual friendships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 3, 275-88. PDF
  • Rose, S. (Ed.). (1986).   Career guide for women scholars. New York: Springer. Received the 1996 Book of the Year Award from the American Journal of Nursing.
  • Rose, S. (1986.) Building a professional network. In S. Rose (Ed.), Career guide for women scholars (pp. 46-56). New York: Springer.
  • Stake, J. E., & Rose, S. (1986).Making the difference for college women: The development of career confidence. Feminist Teacher, 1(4), 16-20.
  • Yoder, J. D., West, R., & Rose, S. (1986). Using microcomputers to enhance students’ interest in statistics and other psychology courses. Social Science Computer Review, 4, 371-374. PDF
  • Rose, S. (1985). Professional networks of junior faculty in psychology. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 12(4), 19-22. PDF
  • Rose, S. (1985). Is romance dysfunctional? International Journal of Women’s Studies, 8(3), 250-265. PDF
  • Rose, S. (1985). Same- and cross-sex friendships and the psychology of homosociality. Sex Roles, 12(1/2), 63-74. PDF
  • Rose, S., & Sork, V. (1984). Teaching female sexuality. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 12(4), 19-22. PDF
  • Rose, S. (1984). How friendships end: Patterns among young adults. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 3, 267-277. PDF
  • Serafica, F. C., & Rose, S. (1982). Parents’ sex role attitudes and children’s concepts of femininity and masculinity. In J. Downing, I. Gross, and A. d’Heurle (Eds.), Sex role attitudes and cultural change (pp. 11-24). Holland: D. Reidel Publishing.
  • McHugh, M.C., Rose, S. M., & Frieze, I. H. (1981). Instructor’s manual for Women and Sex Roles: A social psychological perspective. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.