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Course Article Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Section 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Section 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question. Do not add any spaces.


1. How are sexual identities informed?
2. Why is mental health an important concern for LGBT youth?
3. What has provided a foundational framework for understanding sexual minority mental health disparities?
4. What is a critical period for mental health because many mental disorders show onset during and directly following this developmental period?
5. What are the two approaches often used to frame and explore mechanisms that exacerbate risk for LGBT youth?
6. LGBT youth may experience a number of social barriers related to dating same-sex partners. What do these barriers include?
7. What provides the broad, societal-level contexts that shape minority stress and, consequently, mental health?
8. What led to recommendations to educate and engage parents and family in interventions that affirm LGBT identities?
What is a strategic goal of the SBE and the Michigan Department of Education regarding LGBTQ students?
When do students report feeling safer at school?
What is the reason the State Board of Education is providing additional guidance and recommendations to help ensure LGBTQ students receive the same educational opportunities as their peers?
What are the considerations when students have not come out to their parent(s)?
What is coming out often a risk factor for in youth?


A. Potentially limited access to romantic partners, minority stressors specific to pursuing relationships with same-sex partners, and the restriction of same-sex romantic behavior in educational settings.
B. First is to examine the greater likelihood of previously identified universal risk factors such as family conflict or child maltreatment; and Second is to explore LGBT-specific factors such as stigma and discrimination and how these compound everyday stressors to exacerbate poor outcomes.
C. Adolescence
D. by individuals’ romantic,
sexual, or emotional attractions and behaviors, which may vary within persons.
E. The age of coming out now intersects with the developmental period
characterized by potentially intense interpersonal and social regulation of gender and sexuality, including homophobia.
F.Minority stress theory
G. Laws and Policies
H.To reduce the impact of high-risk factors and providing equitable resources
and access to quality educational opportunities to meet the needs of all students.
I. Due to the increased risks facing transgender and GNC students, as well as the unique circumstances that may arise when working with these students and their families.
J. When they know where to go for information or support regarding LGBTQ issues, or when they have a trusted teacher or school staff person available.
K. the health, safety, and well-being of the student, as well as the responsibility to keep parents informed. Privacy considerations may vary with the age of the students.
L. Discrimination and victimization.
M. The research on the critical role of parental rejection and acceptance in LGBT youth mental health.

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