Bruce E. Blaine

Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, United States 
Social Psychology, Educational Psychology Education, General Religion
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Blaine B. (2008) Does Depression Cause Obesity? A Meta-analysis of Longitudinal Studies of Depression and Weight Control Journal of Health Psychology. 13: 1190-1197
Blaine BE, Rodman J. (2007) Responses to weight loss treatment among obese individuals with and without BED: A matched-study meta-analysis Eating and Weight Disorders. 12: 54-60
Blaine BE, Rodman J, Newman JM. (2007) Weight loss treatment and psychological well-being: a review and meta-analysis. Journal of Health Psychology. 12: 66-82
Blaine BE, Johnson CA. (2005) Obesity, self-complexity, and compartmentalization: on the implications of obesity for self-concept organization Eating and Weight Disorders : Ewd.. 10
Blaine B, Williams Z. (2004) Belief in the Controllability of Weight and Attributions to Prejudice Among Heavyweight Women Sex Roles. 51: 79-84
Blaine BE, DiBlasi DM, Connor JM. (2003) The effect of weight loss on perceptions of weight controllability: Implications for prejudice against overweight people Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research. 7: 44-56
Blaine B, McElroy J. (2002) Selling Stereotypes: Weight Loss Infomercials, Sexism, and Weightism Sex Roles. 46: 351-357
Crocker J, Luhtanen R, Broadnax S, et al. (1999) Belief in U.S. Government conspiracies against blacks among black and white college students: Powerlessness or system blame? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 25: 941-953
Blaine BE, Trivedi P, Eshleman A. (1998) Religious belief and the self-concept: Evaluating the implications for psychological adjustment Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 24: 1040-1052
Blaine B, Crocker J. (1995) Religiousness, Race, and Psychological Well-Being: Exploring Social Psychological Mediators Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 21: 1031-1041
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