Kathleen Keller

Publication Tags

Food Vegetables Meals Obesity Brain Portion Size Preschool Children Energy Intake Eating Weights And Measures Spices Phenotype Intake Reward Fats Students Psychology Hyperphagia Magnetic Resonance Imaging Cues Vegetable Consumption Pediatric Obesity Lunch Body Weight Feeding Behavior

Most Recent Papers

Time spent looking at food during a delay of gratification task is positively associated with children's consumption at ad libitum laboratory meals

Ella Lundquist, Marielle Austen, M. Bermudez, Carter Rubin, Amanda S. Bruce, Travis D. Masterson, Kathleen Loralee Keller, 2019, Appetite

Brain response to food brands correlates with increased intake from branded meals in children

Travis D. Masterson, Wendy M. Stein, Emma Beidler, Maria Bermudez, Laural K. English, Kathleen L. Keller, 2019, Brain Imaging and Behavior on p. 1035-1048

Using Herbs and Spices to Increase Vegetable Intake Among Rural Adolescents

Juliana R. Fritts, Maria A. Bermudez, Rebecca L. Hargrove, Laurie Alla, Clara Fort, Qihan Liang, Terri L. Cravener, Barbara Jean Rolls, Christopher R. D'Adamo, John E. Hayes, Kathleen Loralee Keller, 2019, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior on p. 806-816.e1

Both increases and decreases in energy density lead to sustained changes in preschool children's energy intake over 5 days

Alissa D. Smethers, Liane Stevens Roe, Christine E. Sanchez, Faris M. Zuraikat, Kathleen Loralee Keller, Barbara Jean Rolls, 2019, Physiology and Behavior on p. 210-218

Food or money? Children's brains respond differently to rewards regardless of weight status

S. Adise, C. F. Geier, N. J. Roberts, C. N. White, K. L. Keller, 2019, Pediatric Obesity

Increased brain and behavioural susceptibility to portion size in children with loss of control eating

L. K. English, T. D. Masterson, S. N. Fearnbach, M. Tanofsky-Kraff, J. Fisher, Stephen Wilson, Barbara Jean Rolls, Kathleen Loralee Keller, 2019, Pediatric Obesity

Food commercials do not affect energy intake in a laboratory meal but do alter brain responses to visual food cues in children

Travis D. Masterson, Maria A. Bermudez, Marielle Austen, Ella Lundquist, Alaina L. Pearce, Amanda S. Bruce, Kathleen Loralee Keller, 2019, Appetite on p. 154-165

Portion size has sustained effects over 5 days in preschool children

Alissa D. Smethers, Liane S. Roe, Christine E. Sanchez, Faris M. Zuraikat, Kathleen L. Keller, Samantha M.R. Kling, Barbara J. Rolls, 2019, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on p. 1361-1372

Is brain response to food rewards related to overeating? A test of the reward surfeit model of overeating in children

Shana Adise, Charles Geier, Nicole J. Roberts, Corey N. White, Kathleen Loralee Keller, 2018, Appetite on p. 167-179

Herbs and spices increase liking and preference for vegetables among rural high school students

Juliana R. Fritts, Clara Fort, Anne Quinn Corr, Qihan Liang, Laurie Alla, Terri Cravener, John E. Hayes, Barbara J. Rolls, Christopher D'Adamo, Kathleen L. Keller, 2018, Food Quality and Preference on p. 125-134

Most-Cited Papers

Common variants in the CD36 gene are associated with oral fat perception, fat preferences, and obesity in African Americans

Kathleen Loralee Keller, Lisa C.H. Liang, Johannah Sakimura, Daniel May, Christopher Van Belle, Cameron Breen, Elissa Driggin, Beverly J. Tepper, Patricia C. Lanzano, Liyong Deng, Wendy K. Chung, 2012, Obesity on p. 1066-1073

The impact of food branding on children's eating behavior and obesity

Kathleen L. Keller, Laura G. Kuilema, Norman Lee, Joyce Yoon, Brittany Mascaro, Anne Laure Combes, Bryan Deutsch, Kathryn Sorte, Jason C.G. Halford, 2012, Physiology and Behavior on p. 379-386

Mechanisms of the portion size effect. What is known and where do we go from here?

Laural English, Marlou Lasschuijt, Kathleen Loralee Keller, 2015, Appetite on p. 39-49

Sex Differences in the Effects of Inherited Bitter Thiourea Sensitivity on Body Weight in 4-6-Year-Old Children

Kathleen Loralee Keller, Adrienne Reid, Megan C. MacDougall, Hope Cassano, Joo Lee Song, Liyong Deng, Patricia Lanzano, Wendy K. Chung, Harry R. Kissileff, 2010, Obesity on p. 1194-1200

Child food neophobia is heritable, associated with less compliant eating, and moderates familial resemblance for BMI

Myles S. Faith, Moonseong Heo, Kathleen L. Keller, Angelo Pietrobelli, 2013, Obesity on p. 1650-1655

Double trouble

Samantha M.R. Kling, Liane S. Roe, Kathleen L. Keller, Barbara J. Rolls, 2016, Physiology and Behavior on p. 18-26

The use of repeated exposure and associative conditioning to increase vegetable acceptance in children

Kathleen L. Keller, 2014, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics on p. 1169-1173

Increased restrictive feeding practices are associated with reduced energy density in 4-6-year-old, multi-ethnic children at ad libitum laboratory test-meals

Shama Sud, Nina Carmela Tamayo, Myles S. Faith, Kathleen L. Keller, 2010, Appetite on p. 201-207

Fat discrimination

Lisa C.H. Liang, Johannah Sakimura, Daniel May, Cameron Breen, Elissa Driggin, Beverly J. Tepper, Wendy K. Chung, Kathleen Loralee Keller, 2012, Physiology and Behavior on p. 470-475

Feeding Strategies Derived from Behavioral Economics and Psychology Can Increase Vegetable Intake in Children as Part of a Home-Based Intervention

Terri L. Cravener, Haley Schlechter, Katharine L. Loeb, Cynthia Radnitz, Marlene Schwartz, Nancy Zucker, Stacey Finkelstein, Y. Claire Wang, Barbara J. Rolls, Kathleen L. Keller, 2015, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics on p. 1798-1807