Mary S. Himmelstein
Mary S. Himmelstein
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences Kent State University
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The weight of stigma: cortisol reactivity to manipulated weight stigma
MS Himmelstein, AC Incollingo Belsky, AJ Tomiyama
Obesity 23 (2), 368-374, 2015
Intersectionality: an understudied framework for addressing weight stigma
MS Himmelstein, RM Puhl, DM Quinn
American journal of preventive medicine 53 (4), 421-431, 2017
Internalizing weight stigma: prevalence and sociodemographic considerations in US adults
RM Puhl, MS Himmelstein, DM Quinn
Obesity 26 (1), 167-175, 2018
Vigilance in the discrimination-stress model for Black Americans
MS Himmelstein, DM Young, DT Sanchez, JS Jackson
Psychology & health 30 (3), 253-267, 2015
Masculinity impediments: Internalized masculinity contributes to healthcare avoidance in men and women
MS Himmelstein, DT Sanchez
Journal of Health Psychology 21 (7), 1283-1292, 2016
Heterosexual men’s confrontation of sexual prejudice: The role of precarious manhood
KM Kroeper, DT Sanchez, MS Himmelstein
Sex Roles 70 (1-2), 1-13, 2014
Choice, numeracy, and physicians-in-training performance: The case of Medicare Part D.
Y Hanoch, T Miron-Shatz, H Cole, M Himmelstein, AD Federman
Health Psychology 29 (4), 454, 2010
Masculinity in the doctor's office: Masculinity, gendered doctor preference and doctor–patient communication
MS Himmelstein, DT Sanchez
Preventive medicine 84, 34-40, 2016
Weight stigma and health: The mediating role of coping responses.
MS Himmelstein, RM Puhl, DM Quinn
Health Psychology 37 (2), 139, 2018
Genetic testing and risk interpretation: How do women understand lifetime risk results?
Y Hanoch, T Miron-Shatz, M Himmelstein
Weight stigma in men: What, when, and by whom?
MS Himmelstein, RM Puhl, DM Quinn
Obesity 26 (6), 968-976, 2018
Parents' decision following the Food and Drug Administration recommendation: the case of over‐the‐counter cough and cold medication
Y Hanoch, M Gummerum, T Miron‐Shatz, M Himmelstein
Child: care, health and development 36 (6), 795-804, 2010
Missing the target: including perspectives of women with overweight and obesity to inform stigma‐reduction strategies
RM Puhl, MS Himmelstein, AA Gorin, YJ Suh
Obesity Science & Practice 3 (1), 25-35, 2017
It’s Not You, It’s Me: Self-Perceptions, Antifat Attitudes, and Stereotyping of Obese Individuals
M Himmelstein, AJ Tomiyma
Social Psychological and Personaltiy Science, 2015
Adolescent preferences for weight terminology used by health care providers
RM Puhl, MS Himmelstein
Pediatric obesity 13 (9), 533-540, 2018
Weight‐based victimization among sexual and gender minority adolescents: Findings from a diverse national sample
RM Puhl, MS Himmelstein, RJ Watson
Pediatric obesity 14 (7), e12514, 2019
Adolescent preferences and reactions to language about body weight
RM Puhl, MS Himmelstein, SC Armstrong, E Kingsford
International Journal of Obesity 41 (7), 1062-1065, 2017
Confronting as autonomy promotion: Speaking up against discrimination and psychological well-being in racial minorities
DT Sanchez, MS Himmelstein, DM Young, AF Albuja, JA Garcia
Journal of Health Psychology 21 (9), 1999-2007, 2016
Over-the-counter cough and cold medicines for children: a comparison of UK and US parents' parental usage, perception and trust in governmental health organisation
M Himmelstein, T Miron-Shatz, Y Hanoch, M Gummerum
Health, Risk & Society 13 (5), 451-468, 2011
Weight stigma as a psychosocial contributor to obesity.
RM Puhl, MS Himmelstein, RL Pearl
American Psychologist 75 (2), 274, 2020
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