Bradley M. Weisz

Program: Social Psychology
Advisor: Diane Quinn
Anticipated Graduation: 2017
  • MA in Psychology from San Diego State University
  • BA in Psychology from San Diego State University
Research Interests: Stigma, Stereotype Threat, Belonging Uncertainty, Social-Psychological Interventions, Concealable Stigmatized Identities
Representative Publications:
  • Weisz, B. M., Quinn, D. M., & Williams, M. K. (2015). Out and healthy: Being more “out” about a concealable stigmatized identity may boost the health benefits of social support. Journal of Health Psychology. DOI: 10.1177/1359105315589392


  • Quinn, D. M., Williams, M. K., & Weisz, B. M. (2015). From discrimination to internalized mental illness stigma: The mediating roles of anticipated discrimination and anticipated stigma. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 38, 103–108.


  • Stroessner, S. J., Scholer, A. A., Marx, D. M. & Weisz, B. M. (2015). When threat matters: Self- regulation, threat salience, and stereotyping. Journal Experimental Social Psychology, 59, 77–89.


  • Wetherell, G., Weisz, B. M., Stolier, R. M., Beavers, A. J. & Sadler M. S. (2013). Policy preference in response to terrorism: The role of emotions, attributions, and appraisals. In S. J. Sinclair & D. Antonius (Eds.), The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears. New York: Oxford University Press.


  • Woods, S. P., Weber, E., Weisz, B. M., Twamley, E. W., Grant, I., & The HNRC Group. (2011). Prospective memory deficits are associated with unemployment in persons living with HIV infection. Rehabilitation Psychology, 56, 77–84.