Joseph D. Wellman, Ph.D.

2014-2019 California State University San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA, United States 
 2019- University of Missisippi 
Social Psychology
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Shannon K. McCoy grad student 2007-2012 University of Maine
 (Weight stigma: The impact on academic goals and performance.)
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Wellman JD, Araiza AM, Nguyen TC, et al. (2022) Identifying as fat: Examining weight discrimination and the rejection-identification model. Body Image. 41: 46-51
Wilkins CL, Wellman JD, Toosi NR, et al. (2021) Is LGBT progress seen as an attack on Christians?: Examining Christian/sexual orientation zero-sum beliefs. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Wellman JD, Araiza AM. (2021) Examining the impact of perceived weight discrimination on reported eating and exercise among White and Latino/a adults. Eating Behaviors. 42: 101529
Shen MJ, Wellman JD. (2018) Evidence of palliative care stigma: The role of negative stereotypes in preventing willingness to use palliative care. Palliative & Supportive Care. 1-7
Wellman JD, Wilkins CL, Newell EE, et al. (2018) Conflicting Motivations: Understanding How Low-Status Group Members Respond to Ingroup Discrimination Claimants. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167218808500
Wellman JD, Araiza AM, Solano C, et al. (2018) Sex differences in the relationships among weight stigma, depression, and binge eating. Appetite
Wellman JD, Araiza AM, Newell EE, et al. (2018) Weight stigma facilitates unhealthy eating and weight gain via fear of fat. Stigma and Health. 3: 186-194
Wilkins CL, Wellman JD, Flavin EL, et al. (2018) When men perceive anti-male bias: Status-legitimizing beliefs increase discrimination against women. Psychology of Men & Masculinity. 19: 282-290
Araiza AM, Wellman JD. (2017) Weight stigma predicts inhibitory control and food selection in response to the salience of weight discrimination. Appetite
Newell EE, McCoy SK, Newman ML, et al. (2017) You Sound So Down: Capturing Depressed Affect Through Depressed Language Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 37: 451-474
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