Clinical Focus


  • Psychology
  • Couple and Family Therapy

Academic Appointments


  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Professional Education


  • Fellowship, VA Palo Alto Health Care System (2022)
  • Internship, VA Bedford Healthcare System (2021)
  • Ph.D., Clark University (2021)
  • M.A., Wesleyan University (2015)
  • B.A., Wesleyan University (2014)

All Publications


  • To Reconstruct or Deconstruct? A Fundamental Question for the Psychology of Men and Masculinities PSYCHOLOGY OF MEN & MASCULINITIES Hoffmann, E., Addis, M. E. 2023

    View details for DOI 10.1037/men0000440

    View details for Web of Science ID 001005069800001

  • Contexts of Concealment: Initial Validation of Three Disclosure Avoidance Process Measures JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT Gazarian, D., Addis, M. E., Jampel, J. D., Hoffman, E. 2022: 1-17

    Abstract

    The choice to withhold subjective distress reflects a multifactorial decision highly sensitive to context. Unfortunately, existing measures are built on unidimensional models (i.e., concealment-disclosure as a single, bipolar dimension) and operationalize the construct as a stable trait. In this article, we outline the development and initial validation of a self-report inventory that accounts for problem-context and assesses multiple processes central to both the concealment and disclosure of emotional distress. Exploratory analysis of pilot items in Study 1 (male student sample; N = 373) guided subsequent item development and revisions to our conceptual model. In Study 2 (mixed-gender community sample; N = 297), we refined the item-pool based on additional tests of latent scale structure and associations with concurrent criteria. In a final validation sample (Study 3; international community participants; N = 978), confirmatory factor analyses corroborated our hypothesized three-factor model (Privacy Management, Disclosure Desire, and Social Fear) and supported measurement invariance by sex. The three Contexts of Concealment Scales (CCS) were internally consistent and associated in expected directions with external indices of concurrent concealment, disclosure, depression, anxiety, loneliness, experiential avoidance, and self-stigma.

    View details for DOI 10.1080/00223891.2022.2085110

    View details for Web of Science ID 000821020900001

    View details for PubMedID 35787067

  • Dilemmas of Agency and Blame in Men's Talk About Depression PSYCHOLOGY OF MEN & MASCULINITIES Hoffman, E., Addis, M. E. 2021; 22 (4): 669-677

    View details for DOI 10.1037/men0000329

    View details for Web of Science ID 000715342500008

  • Traditional Masculinity Ideology and Diagnostic Aversion Predict Symptom Expression in a Community Sample of Distressed Men SEX ROLES Jampel, J. D., Gazarian, D., Addis, M. E., Hoffman, E. 2020; 82 (11-12): 704-715
  • Reconstructing and/or deconstructing masculinity: A commentary on the case of “Tommy” Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy Hoffman, E., Addis, M. E. 2020; 16 (3): 312-319

    View details for DOI 10.14713/pcsp.v16i3.2079

  • Men's depression and help-seeking through the lenses of gender. The psychology of men and masculinities Addis, M. E., Hoffman, E. edited by Levant, R. F., Wong, Y. American Psychological Association. 2017: 171–196
  • Acting otherwise: Resistance, agency, and subjectivities in Milgram's studies of obedience THEORY & PSYCHOLOGY Hoffman, E., Myerberg, N., Morawski, J. G. 2015; 25 (5): 670-689