Joel Goldberg

Associate Professor

Locations / Contact Info:

133a Behavioural Science - BSB
Keele Campus
Phone: 416 736 2100 Ext. 20753
Fax: 416 736 5814

Email address(es):

jgoldber@yorku.ca

Web site(s):

http://jgoldberg.info.yorku.ca

Faculty & School/Dept.

Faculty of Health - Department of Psychology

Selected Publications

Khalesi Z, Jetha MK, Poole KL, Goldberg JO, Van Lieshout RJ & Schmidt LA (2019) Shyness, hormones and quality of life among adults with schizophrenia. International Journal of Neuroscience, 129 (5), 470-480.



Rose A.L, Atkey SJ & Goldberg, JO (2018) Self-Stigma in youth: Prevention, intervention and the relevance for schools. In A. Leschied, D.H. Saklofske & G.L. Flett (eds.), Handbook of School-based Mental Health Promotion. New York, NY: Springer Publishing  



Shannon A, Goldberg JO, Flett GL & Hewitt PL (2018) The relationship between perfectionism and mental illness stigma. Personality and Individual Differences, 126, 66 – 70.



Zeifman, R.J., Atkey, S.K., Young, R.E., Flett, G.L., Hewitt, P.L. & Goldberg, J.O. (2015) When Ideals Get in the Way of Self-Care: Perfectionism and Self-Stigma for Seeking Psychological Help Among High School Students. Canadian Journal of School Psychology  doi: 10.1177/0829573515594372



Zhao W, Young RE, Breslow L, Michel NM, Flett GL, & Goldberg JO (2015) Attachment style and relationship buffers against mental health stigma. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science,47, 263-271.



Goldberg JO (2014) The Student’s Brief Guide to DSM-5. Wiley & Sons: Mississauga ON.



Michel, N., Goldberg, JO, Heinrichs, RW, Miles, AA, Ammari, N., & McDermid Vaz, S. (2013) WAIS-IV Profile of Cognition in Schizophrenia, Assessment, 20, 462-473.



Hartman, LI, Michel, NM, Winter, A, Young, RE, Flett, GL & Goldberg, JO (2013) Self-stigma of mental illness in high school youth. Canadian Journal of School Psychology. 28, 28 – 42



Goldberg, JO (2010). Successful change in tobacco use in schizophrenia. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 16, 30 – 35.



 



 


Supervision

Currently available to supervise graduate students:

Currently taking on work-study students, Graduate Assistants or Volunteers:

Available to supervise undergraduate thesis projects:

Current Research

Dr. Goldberg's current clinical and research interests surround stigma and mental illness, psychological assessment, cognitive rehabilitation and social cognition in schizophrenia.CBT for psychosis, EEG correlates of shyness and emotion perception in schizophrenia, smoking management and healthy lifestyles in schizophrenia, functional outcomes and 'recovery' in schizophrenia, development of a ˜voices' questionnaire, moral injury and psychosis