My research centers on medical sociology and social psychology to investigate race, ethnicity, gender, social class, and sexualities, and the intersections among them. In particular, I examine the social factors — namely prejudice and discrimination — that produce and maintain disparities in mental, physical, and sexual health. In an additional area of scholarship, I investigate sexual orientation as a social structure — that is, how sexual orientation operates as a system of stratification that shapes and constrains identities, interactions, relationships, organizations, and society in general. See my publications and on-going projects below.
Meyer, Doug, and Eric Anthony Grollman. Forthcoming. “Sexual Orientation and Fear at Night: Gender Differences among Sexual Minorities and Heterosexuals.” Journal of Homosexuality.
Grollman, Eric Anthony. 2012. “Multiple Forms of Perceived Discrimination and Health among Adolescents and Young Adults.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 53: 199-214. [Online supplement]
Lottes, Ilsa L., and Eric Anthony Grollman. 2010. “Conceptualization and Assessment of Homonegativity.” International Journal of Sexual Health 22: 219-33.
Grollman, Eric Anthony. 2008. “Old-Fashioned and Modern Homonegativity within an American College Student Sample.” UMBC Review: Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works 9: 76-101.