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Marney A. White

Professor of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Psychiatry, Yale University
Chapter Member: Connecticut SSN
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About Marney

Professor White is a clinical psychologist whose research focus is on weight and eating problems. Her work has included developing campus and curriculum-based interventions for the prevention of mental health problems. Recent projects have focused on characterizing psychosocial impacts of autoimmune dermatologic diseases and advocating for accommodations for individuals with impaired immune systems during the COVID19 pandemic.

In the News

"Delayed School Start Times Would Benefit Children," Marney A. White, The Connecticut Post, September 20, 2023.
Guest to discuss why returning to in-person school poses a dilemma for those who are immunocompromised on 1A by NPR, Marney A. White, March 17, 2022.
"Protecting the Vulnerable—It's Time to Move Beyond the Rhetoric," Marney A. White, Newsweek, March 10, 2022.
Guest to discuss reasons why returning to in-person learning is not a choice for some families and why schools may be unwilling to offer remote options post-pandemic on Special Ed on Special Ed, Marney A. White (with Dana Jonson), August 12, 2021.
"PTA President: Why We Shut Down a Public Elementary School’s ‘Father-Daughter’ Dance," Marney A. White (with Valerie Strauss), The Washington Post,