My primary research interest is in LGBT psychology. I'm particularly interested in understanding anti-LGBT prejudice and its impact on LGBT+ identity development and well-being. My PhD project involves a cross-cultural comparative campus climate study on LGBT+ university students and staff in the Philippines and the UK.
Newton Fund grant (Newton-CHED PhD Scholarship Programme partnership)
- Funded by the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and the Commission on Higher Education (Philippines) and delivered by the British Council
Evangelista, Z. M., Dumaop, D. E., & Nelson, G. (2018, July). Journeying to a safe space: Sexual and religious identity integration of Filipino LGBT-affirmative church members. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Psychology of Sexualities 20th Anniversary Conference, London, UK.
Rabino, A. A., & Evangelista, Z. M. (2016, July). Prime and Prejudice: The use of religious quotes to influence Filipino attitudes toward lesbians and gays. Paper presented at the 31st International Congress of Psychology: Diversity in Harmony – Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
Dumaop, D. E., & Evangelista, Z. M. (2015, November). Pagbawi at Pagtatakwil: Christian moral identity ng mga LGBT ng Metropolitan Community Church. Paper presented at the 40th Pambansang Kumperensiya sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Kaisahan at Kaibahan sa Kaakuhan – Sikolohiya ng Identidad bilang Pilipino, Identidad ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino, Davao, Philippines.
Evangelista, Z. M. (2015, August). Exploring the salience of a career calling amongst Chinese postgraduate students in the United Kingdom. Paper presented at the 11th Biennial Conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology and Psychological Association of the Philippines 52nd Annual Convention: Psychology and Asian Societies in the Midst of Change, Cebu, Philippines.