Mary S. Himmelstein
Mary S. Himmelstein
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences Kent State University
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Weight stigma as a psychosocial contributor to obesity.
RM Puhl, MS Himmelstein, RL Pearl
American Psychologist 75 (2), 274, 2020
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
The weight of stigma: cortisol reactivity to manipulated weight stigma
MS Himmelstein, AC Incollingo Belsky, AJ Tomiyama
Obesity 23 (2), 368-374, 2015
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, 1-13, 2014
Weight stigma and health: The mediating role of coping responses.
MS Himmelstein, RM Puhl, DM Quinn
Health Psychology 37 (2), 139, 2018
Weight stigma in men: what, when, and by whom?
MS Himmelstein, RM Puhl, DM Quinn
Obesity 26 (6), 968-976, 2018
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‐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
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
Weight bias internalization among adolescents seeking weight loss: Implications for eating behaviors and parental communication
RM Puhl, MS Himmelstein
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2271, 2018
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
The roles of experienced and internalized weight stigma in healthcare experiences: Perspectives of adults engaged in weight management across six countries
RM Puhl, LM Lessard, MS Himmelstein, GD Foster
PLoS One 16 (6), e0251566, 2021
Weight-based victimization, eating behaviors, and weight-related health in sexual and gender minority adolescents
MS Himmelstein, RM Puhl, RJ Watson
Appetite 141, 104321, 2019
Adolescent preferences for weight terminology used by health care providers
RM Puhl, MS Himmelstein
Pediatric obesity 13 (9), 533-540, 2018
Weight‐based victimization from friends and family: Implications for how adolescents cope with weight stigma
MS Himmelstein, RM Puhl
Pediatric obesity 14 (1), e12453, 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
Overlooked and understudied: health consequences of weight stigma in men
MS Himmelstein, RM Puhl, DM Quinn
Obesity 27 (10), 1598-1605, 2019
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