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Wilson Figueroa
Wilson Figueroa
Research Scientist, Ohio State University College of Public Health
Verified email at osu.edu
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Differential effects of poststressor rumination and distraction on cortisol and C-reactive protein.
PM Zoccola, WS Figueroa, EM Rabideau, A Woody, F Benencia
Health Psychology 33 (12), 1606, 2014
992014
Communication and stress: Effects of hope evocation and rumination messages on heart rate, anxiety, and emotions after a stressor
AE Chadwick, PM Zoccola, WS Figueroa, EM Rabideau
Health Communication 31 (12), 1447-1459, 2016
542016
Individual differences of risk and resiliency in sexual minority health: The roles of stigma consciousness and psychological hardiness.
WS Figueroa, PM Zoccola
Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity 2 (3), 329, 2015
532015
Buccal telomere length and its associations with cortisol, heart rate variability, heart rate, and blood pressure responses to an acute social evaluative stressor in college …
A Woody, K Hamilton, IE Livitz, WS Figueroa, PM Zoccola
Stress 20 (3), 249-257, 2017
432017
Stress-induced parasympathetic control and its association with inflammatory reactivity
A Woody, WS Figueroa, F Benencia, PM Zoccola
Psychosomatic Medicine 79 (3), 306-310, 2017
372017
Exploring rates of transgender individuals and mental health concerns in an online sample
AE Dawson, BT Wymbs, CA Gidycz, M Pride, W Figueroa
International Journal of Transgenderism 18 (3), 295-304, 2017
362017
Cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and cortisol habituation: A randomized controlled trial
AW Manigault, RC Shorey, K Hamilton, MC Scanlin, A Woody, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 104, 276-285, 2019
352019
An examination of demographic and psychosocial factors, barriers to healthy eating, and diet quality among African American adults
IK Richards Adams, W Figueroa, I Hatsu, JB Odei, M Sotos-Prieto, ...
Nutrients 11 (3), 519, 2019
332019
Sources of discrimination and their associations with health in sexual minority adults
WS Figueroa, PM Zoccola
Journal of Homosexuality 63 (6), 743-763, 2016
252016
Daily stressors and diurnal cortisol among sexual and gender minority young adults.
WS Figueroa, PM Zoccola, AW Manigault, KR Hamilton, MC Scanlin, ...
Health Psychology 40 (2), 145, 2021
222021
Trait rumination predicts elevated evening cortisol in sexual and gender minority young adults
PM Zoccola, AW Manigault, WS Figueroa, C Hollenbeck, A Mendlein, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 14 (11), 1365, 2017
172017
Cardiovascular and affective consequences of ruminating on a performance stressor depend on mode of thought
PM Zoccola, EM Rabideau, WS Figueroa, A Woody
Stress and Health 30 (3), 188-197, 2014
172014
When family matters most: A test of the association between sexual minority identity disclosure context and diurnal cortisol in sexual minority young adults
AW Manigault, WS Figueroa, CR Hollenbeck, AE Mendlein, A Woody, ...
Psychosomatic Medicine 80 (8), 717-723, 2018
162018
Physical activity among Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders: a systematic review and meta-analysis
IKR Adams, CTC Okoli, JL Krok-Schoen, L Hartel, AD Keita, W Figueroa, ...
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 51 (2), 245-258, 2019
152019
Trait reflection predicts interleukin-6 response to a social-evaluative stressor
A Woody, WS Figueroa, F Benencia, PM Zoccola
Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 52, 27-31, 2016
142016
A Test of the association between mindfulness subcomponents and diurnal cortisol patterns
AW Manigault, WS Figueroa, CR Hollenbeck, AE Mendlein, A Woody, ...
Mindfulness 9, 897-904, 2018
92018
Trait rumination moderates the effect of mentation type on heart rate responses to stressor recall
A Woody, EL Smolak, EM Rabideau, WS Figueroa, PM Zoccola
Stress 18 (5), 554-560, 2015
72015
Predicting breast cancer risk in a racially diverse, community‐based sample of potentially high‐risk women
RJ Meadows, W Figueroa, KP Shane‐Carson, TJ Padamsee
Cancer Medicine 11 (21), 4043-4052, 2022
52022
EPR23-082: Patient Awareness of Elevated Breast Cancer Risk After Routine Screening Mammogram and Risk Notification
TJ Padamsee, R Mason, A Muraveva, WS Figueroa, PA Swinehart-Hord, ...
Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network 21 (3.5), EPR23-082 …, 2023
2023
Patient Response to Receiving a Notification of Elevated Breast Cancer Risk after Regular Screening Mammogram
WS Figueroa, PA Swinehart-Hord, S Kalister, S Sardesai, B Siddiqi, ...
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 30 (4), 807-807, 2021
2021
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