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Sarit A. Golub

Ph.D., Harvard University 

M.P.H., Columbia University

 

Department of Psychology
Hunter College, Room 1209 North
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065
Hunter Tel: (212) 396-6304
Fax (212) 772-5620
Email: sarit.golub@hunter.cuny.edu

Lab website: http://www.cunyhart.org

 

 

Current Areas of Research

My laboratory focuses on gender and sexuality, and includes research on feminist identity, transgender health, and the impact of sexual behavior and expression on physical, mental, emotional, and relational health. I direct the Hunter HIV/AIDS Research Team (HART), which investigates HIV as a case study for larger psychological concepts such as stigma and stereotypes, interpersonal and intergroup processes, identity development, and judgment and decision-making. Our NIH-funded implementation science research focuses on HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and applies theory and methods across disciplines (including social psychology, neuropsychology, behavioral economics and decision sciences) to inform new approaches to HIV prevention and care. Please visit our website to learn more!

 

Select Recent Publications

Golub, S. A. (2018). PrEP Stigma: Implicit and Explicit Drivers of Disparity. Current HIV/AIDS Reports, 1-8.

Golub, S. A., Lelutiu-Weinberger, C., & Surace, A. (2018). Experimental Investigation of Implicit HIV and Preexposure Prophylaxis Stigma: Evidence for Ancillary Benefits of Preexposure Prophylaxis Use.  Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes77(3), 264-271.

Golub, S. A., & Gamarel, K. E. (2017). Psychometric evaluation of the Condom Barriers and Motivations Scale (CBMS). Journal of Behavioral Medicine40(3), 494-505.

Golub, S. A., Gamarel, K. E., & Surace, A. (2017). Demographic differences in PrEP-related stereotypes: implications for implementation. AIDS and Behavior21(5), 1229-1235.

Klein, A., & Golub, S. A. (2016). Family rejection as a predictor of suicide attempts and substance misuse among transgender and gender nonconforming adults. LGBT Health3(3), 193-199.