Addressing the Obesity Epidemic Through Psychological Research
Inhibitory Control Is Associated With Psychosocial, Cognitive, and Weight Outcomes in a Longitudinal Sample of Girls
Addictive-Like Eating Mediates the Association Between Eating Motivations and Elevated Body Mass Index
Associations Among Self-Compassion, Mindful Eating, Eating Disorder Symptomatology, and Body Mass Index in College Students
Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviors, and Health-Related Quality of Life in Rural Hispanic Youth
Neurocognitive Response to Dairy Milk Versus Fruit Juice in Obese and Lean Individuals
Digesting Antifat Attitudes
Examining Experiences of Weight-Related Oppression in a Bariatric Sample
Evaluating Political Candidates
Intergroup Contact and Weight Bias Reduction