Bradley Pan-Weisz

Bradley Pan-Weisz

Bradley Weisz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Professor 

Ph.D., University of Connecticut, 2017
    Social Psychology

M.A., San Diego State University, 2013
    Social Psychology emphasis 

B.A., San Diego State University, 2011
    Psychology – Magna Cum Laude

Office: PSY 235

Phone: 562-985-5022
Email: Bradley.Pan-Weisz@csulb.edu   
Classes:

PSY 310 – Statistics in Psychology
PSY 351 – Social Psychology
PSY 378 – Health Psychology
PSY 412/512 – Multivariate Statistical Analysis
PSY 651 – Seminar in Social Psychology

Curriculum Vitae: CV for Bradley Pan-Weisz

Lab:

Pan-Weisz Social Psychological Research Lab

Research:

Broadly speaking, my research centers on understanding how stigma and societal stereotypes can contribute to academic and health disparities between advantaged and disadvantaged social groups. Specifically, I have two different, but related, lines of research. My first line of research focuses on understanding how stigma based on  intersecting social identities can harm students’ academic achievement, and how brief social-psychological interventions can be used to combat this underachievement. My second line of research focuses on understanding the mental and physical health consequences of possessing stigmatized identities that can be concealed or hidden from others (e.g., mental illness; low social class), and how people can effectively cope with this form of stigma (e.g., disclosure, social support).  

Publications:

     List of Publications   
     List of Professional Presentations  

Affiliations and Awards:

Professional Memberships

     Association for Psychological Science (APS)   
     Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)   
     Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI)    
     Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP)    

Honorary Societies    

     Psi Chi   

Distinctions

     2017                    Diversity Fund Graduate Travel Award Winner
                                 Society for Personality and Social Psychology
     2016                    Graduate Student Poster Award, Runner up
                                 Society for Personality and Social Psychology
     2015                    Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship
                                 Graduate School, University of Connecticut
     2015 – 2017        Maurice J. Farber Graduate Fellowship
                                 Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Connecticut
     2012                    Psi Chi Regional Research Award
                                 Western Psychological Association
     2012                    Merle Turner Scholarship
                                 Department of Psychology, San Diego State University
     2011                    Graduated with distinction in Psychology, Magna Cum Laude
                                 San Diego State University
     2011                    Maslach-Zimbardo Social Psychology Research Award
                                 Western Psychological Association
     2010                    Psi Chi Regional Research Award
                                 Western Psychological Association

Other Interests:   

     Hockey (L.A. Kings)   
     Stand-up Comedy
     Film and Television  
     Traveling  
     Reading