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College of Arts and Sciences Department of Psychology

Bruce Wright

Non-Tenure Track Associate Professor

M.D. University of Utah School of Medicine

Contact Information

Email: wrightbr@wsu.edu
Office: Health and Wellness Services
Phone: (509) 335-3575
Website: Health and Wellness

Classes Taught

  • Psychology 533: Adult Psychopathology
  • Psychology 534: Clinical Psychopharmacology
  • Psychology 544: Medical Psychology
  • Psychology 547: Medical Psychology Practicum

Dr. Wright will not be accepting a graduate student for Fall 2017 admissions.

Selected Publications

Barbosa-Leiker, C. Roper, V., McPherson, S., Ming, L., Wright, B.R., Hoekstra, T., Kostick, M. (2013). Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Relationships between Perceived Stress and Co-Reactive Protein in Men and Women. In press, Stress and Health.

Fanale, C., Eldridge, D., Wright, B.R., Schmitter-Edgecombe, M., Warren, L., Banasik, J., Dyck, D. (2012). Preliminary Results: High Density Lipoprotein is Predictive of Superior Cognitive Function in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment. Psychosomatic Medicine, 74 (3) A-71.

Fanale, C., Eldridge, D., Wright, B.R., Schmitter-Edgecombe, M., Warren, L., Banasik, J., Dyck, D. (2012). Preliminary Results for the Effects of a Psychoeducational Intervention upon Physiological Markers Associated with Cognitive Impairment. Psychosomatic Medicine, 74 (3) A-101.

Howard, J.T., Wright, B.R., Blank, S. (2012). Associations Between Systemic Inflammation and Cognitive Impairment in a Multiple Sclerosis Sample. Psychosomatic Medicine, 73 (3) A-65.

Stevenson, J.E., Wright, B.R., Boydstun, A.S. (2012). The Metabolic Syndrome and Coronary Artery Disease: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach Suggestive of a Common Underlying Pathophysiology. Metabolism, 61 (11), 1582-8.

Barbosa-Leiker, C., Kostick, M., Lei, M., McPherson, S., Roper, V., Hoekstra, T., Wright, B.R. (2012). Measurement Invariance of the Perceived Stress Scale and Latent Mean Differences across Gender and Time. Stress Health, doi: 10.1002/smi.2463.

Bruce Wright

Washington State University