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Cochran, B., & Robohm J. (2015).  Integrating LGBT competencies into the multicultural curriculum of graduate psychology training programs: Expounding and expanding upon hope and chappell's choice points: Commentary on "extending training in multicultural competencies to include individua. Clinical Psychology-Science And Practice. 22(2), 119-126.
Pettijohn, T.F., & Walzer A.S. (2008).  Reducing racism, sexism, and homophobia in college students by completing a psychology of prejudice course. College Student Journal. 42(2), 459-468.
Peterson, S., & Kroner T. (1992).  Gender biases in textbooks for introductory psychology and human development. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 16(1), 17-36.
Dennick-Brecht, M. (1993).  Developing a more inclusive sociology curriculum: Racial and ethnic group coverage in thirty introductory textbooks. Teaching Sociology. 21(2), 166-171.
Hedley, M., & Markowitz L. (2001).  Avoiding moral dichotomies: Teaching controversial topics to resistant students. Teaching Sociology. 29(2), 195-208.
Moradi, B., & Yoder J. (2001).  Demonstrating social constructionism in psychology courses: The "who am I?" exercise. Teaching Of Psychology. 28(3), 201-203.
Rios, D., Stewart A. J., & Winter D. G. (2010).  "Thinking she could be the next president": Why identifying with the curriculum matters. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 34(3), 11.
Bair, S. (2015).   Inclusive historical narratives: Lessons from mary ritter beard and carter g. woodson. Social Studies Research & Practice. 10(2), 11.