Instruments measuring omophobia: A systematic review
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The aim of this systematic review is to provide a general overview of the available measures to assess homophobia and internalized homophobia, and to explain their structural features and their psychometric properties. Nearly all of the reviewed scales achieved satisfactory reliability and construct validity. This review represents a useful tool to support researchers in choosing the most appropriate scale for their research purposes. Furthermore, this work could inspire the creation of new instruments or the validation of existing measures in the Italian socio-cultural context.