Kathleen Keller

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Publication Tags

Child Food Vegetables Obesity Meals Eating Spices Lunch Energy Intake African Americans Psychology Preschool Children Vegetable Consumption Portion Size Aptitude Individuality Cues Intake Students Behavioral Economics Food Preferences Feeding Behavior Child Behavior Pediatric Obesity Food Choices

Most Recent Papers

Brain regions implicated in inhibitory control and reward are activated in response to food portion size and energy density in children

LauralK English, Stephanie Fearnbach, Marlou Lasschuijt, Angela Schlegel, Kaitlin Anderson, Sara Harris, Stephen Wilson, Jennifer Fisher, Jennifer Williams, Barbara Rolls, Kathleen Keller, International Journal of Obesity

Preschoolers will drink their GREENS! Children accept, like, and drink novel smoothies containing dark green vegetables (DGVs)

Brandi Y. Rollins, Wendy Stein, Kathleen L. Keller, Jennifer S. Savage, 2021, Appetite

Development and validation of the Reasons Individuals Stop Eating Questionnaire (RISE-Q)

Paige M. Cunningham, Liane Stevens Roe, John E. Hayes, Marion M. Hetherington, Kathleen L. Keller, Barbara J. Rolls, 2021, Appetite

The addition of spices and herbs to vegetables in the National School Lunch Program increased vegetable intake at an urban, economically-underserved, and predominantly African-American high school

Christopher R. D'Adamo, Elizabeth A. Parker, Patrick F. McArdle, Ariel Trilling, Brandin Bowden, Mary K. Bahr-Robertson, Kathleen L. Keller, Brian M. Berman, 2021, Food Quality and Preference

Development and preliminary testing of a technology-enhanced intervention to improve energy intake regulation in children

Nicole A. Reigh, Barbara J. Rolls, Jennifer S. Savage, Susan L. Johnson, Kathleen L. Keller, 2020, Appetite

Optimal defaults as a strategy to improve selections from children's menus in full-service theme park dining

Jessica C. Dalrymple, Cynthia Radnitz, Katharine L. Loeb, Kathleen L. Keller, 2020, Appetite

Individual differences in the influence of taste and health impact successful dietary self-control

Alaina L. Pearce, Shana Adise, Nicole J. Roberts, Corey White, Charles F. Geier, Kathleen L. Keller, 2020, Physiology and Behavior

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

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

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

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

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

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: Portion size and energy density combine to increase preschool children's lunch intake

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

Variation in the Ability to Taste Bitter Thiourea Compounds

Kathleen Loralee Keller, Shana Adise, 2016, Annual Review of Nutrition on p. 157-182

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

Feeding practices derived from behavioral economics and psychology can increase vegetable intake in children as part of a home based intervention: results of a pilot study

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

A twin study of self-regulatory eating in early childhood

M. S. Faith, A. Pietrobelli, M. Heo, S. L. Johnson, K. L. Keller, S. B. Heymsfield, D. B. Allison, 2012, International Journal of Obesity on p. 931-937

Reduced neural response to food cues following exercise is accompanied by decreased energy intake in obese adolescents

S. N. Fearnbach, L. Silvert, K. L. Keller, P. M. Genin, B. Morio, B. Pereira, M. Duclos, Y. Boirie, D. Thivel, 2016, International Journal of Obesity on p. 77-83