I am a social and health psychologist passionate about promoting health and educational equity. Most of my research and writing focuses on issues of health equity related to the sexual and reproductive health of LGBTQ+ populations. In my teaching focused role at Seton Hall, I teach a range of courses in my areas of expertise, including introduction to psychology, research methods, psychology of gender, and health psychology. (pronouns = she/her)
- Ph.D., CUNY Graduate Center
- B.A., The College of New Jersey
- Fikslin, R.A. (2021). Toward an intersectional psychological science of reproductive norms: Generating research across the natalism spectrum. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 45(3), 308-324.
- Fikslin, R.A., Goldberg, A.J., Gesselman, A.N., Reinka, M., Pervez, O., Franklin, E., Ahn, O., & Price, D.M. (2021). Changes in utilization of birth control and PrEP during COVID-19: A mixed-methods analysis. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 51(1), 365-381.
- Golub, S.A., Fikslin, R.A., Starbuck, L., & Klein, A. (2019). High rates of PrEP eligibility but low rates of PrEP access among a national sample of transmasculine individuals. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 82(1), e1-e7.
- University Teaching Fellow, Seton Hall University 2022-2023
- Grants-In-Aid, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues