Bradley M. Weisz, Ph.D. 2017

Degrees: Ph.D. 2017 University of Connecticut

M.A., 2013, Social Psychology, San Diego State University

B.A., Magna Cum Laude, 2011, Psychology, San Diego State University

Position: Dr. Weisz is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at California State University, Long Beach.
Research Interests:
stigma, social identity threat, brief social-psychological interventions, academic and health disparities
Comment about the Social Program: “The social psychology program at UConn gives its students every opportunity to succeed, while also offering ways for students to customize their training through various different certificate programs and teaching opportunities.
Selected Publications:

Quinn, D. M., Weisz, B. M., & Lawner, E. K. (In press). Impact of active concealment of stigmatized identities on physical and psychological quality of life. Social Science and Medicine.

 

Puhl, R. M., Quinn, D. M., Weisz, B. M., & Suh, Y. J. (2017). The role of stigma in weight-loss maintenance among U.S. adults.Annals of Behavioral Medicine. DOI: 10.1007/s12160-017-9898-9

 

Weisz, B. M., Quinn, D. M., & Williams, M. K. (2015). Out and healthy: Being more “out” about a concealable stigmatized identity may boost the health benefits of social support. Journal of Health Psychology. DOI: 10.1177/1359105315589392

 

Quinn, D. M., Williams, M. K., & Weisz, B. M. (2015). From discrimination to internalized mental illness stigma: The mediating roles of anticipated discrimination and anticipated stigma.Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 38, 103–108.