Diane M. Quinn, Ph.D.

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
"Diane Quinn"
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Quinn DM, Canevello A, Crocker JK. (2023) Understanding the role of depressive symptoms in academic outcomes: A longitudinal study of college roommates. Plos One. 18: e0286709
Quinn DM, Camacho G, Pan-Weisz B, et al. (2020) Visible and Concealable Stigmatized Identities and Mental Health: Experiences of Racial Discrimination and Anticipated Stigma. Stigma and Health. 5: 488-491
Reinka MA, Pan‐Weisz B, Lawner EK, et al. (2020) Cumulative consequences of stigma: Possessing multiple concealable stigmatized identities is associated with worse quality of life Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 50: 253-261
McClure‐Brenchley KJ, Pitpitan EV, Quinn DM. (2020) Prejudice against higher‐weight health providers: Implications for patients and providers Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Camacho G, Reinka MA, Quinn DM. (2019) Disclosure and concealment of stigmatized identities. Current Opinion in Psychology. 31: 28-32
Himmelstein MS, Puhl RM, Quinn DM. (2019) Overlooked and Understudied: Health Consequences of Weight Stigma in Men. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.)
Camacho G, Allen AM, Quinn DM. (2019) Neighborhood Ethnic Composition and Perceived Discrimination Among Young Adult Latina/os: The Mediating Role of Ethnic Centrality Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences. 41: 331-343
Lawner EK, Quinn DM, Camacho G, et al. (2019) Ingroup role models and underrepresented students’ performance and interest in STEM: A meta-analysis of lab and field studies Social Psychology of Education. 22: 1169-1195
Himmelstein MS, Puhl RM, Quinn DM. (2018) Weight Stigma in Men: What, When, and by Whom? Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.)
Braun T, Quinn D, Stone A, et al. (2018) Testing risk and protective pathways between weight bias and mental health symptoms in a bariatric sample: Internalized weight bias, shame, and self-compassion Surgery For Obesity and Related Diseases. 14: S142-S143
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