Lenwood W. Hayman, Ph.D.

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2011 Psychology Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Public Health, African American Studies
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Antonia Abbey grad student 2011 Wayne State
 (The effects of racially-motivated emotional arousal on the eating behaviors of African American women.)
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Lucas T, Hayman LW, Blessman JE, et al. (2015) Gain versus loss-framed messaging and colorectal cancer screening among African Americans: A preliminary examination of perceived racism and culturally targeted dual messaging. British Journal of Health Psychology
Malika NM, Hayman LW, Miller AL, et al. (2015) Low-income women's conceptualizations of food craving and food addiction. Eating Behaviors. 18: 25-9
Hayman LW, McIntyre RB, Abbey A. (2015) The bad taste of social ostracism: the effects of exclusion on the eating behaviors of African-American women. Psychology & Health. 30: 518-33
Hayman LW, Lucas T, Porcerelli JH. (2014) Cognitive appraisal vs. exposure-based stress measures: links to perceived mental and physical health in low-income black women. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 202: 807-12
Hayman LW, Lee HJ, Miller AL, et al. (2014) Low-income women's conceptualizations of emotional- and stress-eating. Appetite. 83: 269-76
Abbey A, Saenz C, Buck PO, et al. (2006) The effects of acute alcohol consumption, cognitive reserve, partner risk, and gender on sexual decision making. Journal of Studies On Alcohol. 67: 113-21
Testa M, Fillmore MT, Norris J, et al. (2006) Understanding alcohol expectancy effects: revisiting the placebo condition. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 30: 339-48
Abbey A, Jacques AJ, Hayman LW, et al. (2006) Predictors of early substance use among African American and Caucasian youth from urban and suburban communities Merrill-Palmer Quarterly. 52: 305-326
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