Andrew S. Walters,
MPH Epidemiology, University of California at Berkeley, 1997
PhD Developmental and Health Psychology, University of Georgia, 1992
MA Psychology, The Ohio State University, 1988
BS English and Psychology, The Ohio State University, 1986
Dr. Walters’ primary interests – broadly defined – are in the areas of human sexuality, masculinity studies, and developmental health.
Dr. Walters’ research investigates how socially disenfranchised and/or medically compromised populations adjust to sexual marginalization by the dominant and powerful cultural systems designed to maintain a hegemonic and singular interpretation of gender and sexuality.
Dr. Walters offers training workshops to sexuality educators from a variety of disciplines through professional organizations such as the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, and the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.
- Walters, A. S., & Valenzuela, I. (2013). Under the watchful eye: Masculinity among Latino men in the wake of Arizona 1070. In J. M. Aston & E. Vasquez (Eds.), Masculinity and femininity: Stereotypes and myths, psychology, and the role of culture (pp. 51-69). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science..
- Walters, A. S., & Burger, B. D. (2013). "I love you, and I cheated": Investigating disclosures of infidelity to primary partners. Sexuality and Culture, 17, 20-49 .
- Walters, A. S., & Sylaska, K. M. (2012). Gender in motion. American Journal of Sexuality Education, 7, 89-109.
- Tellez Santaya, P. O., & Walters, A. S. (2011). Intimate partner violence within gay male couples: Dimensionalizing partner violence among Cuban men. Sexuality and Culture, 15, 153-178.
- Walters, A. S., O'Donnell, K. A., & Wardlow, D. L. (2009). Deconstructing the myth of the monolithic male athlete: A qualitative study of men's participation in athletics. Sex Roles, 60, 81-99.
Dr. Walters teaches classes in child and adolescent development, human sexuality, and community psychology.