Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Explaining the relationship between attachment anxiety, eating behaviour and BMI. Appetite 127, 214-222.
  2. & Presenting a food in multiple smaller units increases expected satiety. Appetite 118, 106-112.
  3. & Disinhibited eating mediates differences in attachment insecurity between bariatric surgery candidates/recipients and lean controls. International Journal of Obesity 41(12), 1831-1834.
  4. & Sensory specific satiety: More than ‘just’ habituation?. Appetite 103, 221-228.
  5. & Using food to soothe: Maternal attachment anxiety is associated with child emotional eating. Appetite 99, 91-96.
  6. & Keeping Pace with Your Eating: Visual Feedback Affects Eating Rate in Humans. PLOS ONE 11(2), e0147603
  7. & Eating me up inside: Priming attachment security and anxiety, and their effects on snacking. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 30(6), 795-804.
  8. & Using photography in ‘The Restaurant of the Future’. A useful way to assess portion selection and plate cleaning?. Appetite 63, 31-35.
  9. & The ‘variety effect’ is anticipated in meal planning. Appetite 60, 175-179.
  10. & Episodic Memory and Appetite Regulation in Humans. PLoS ONE 7(12), e50707
  11. & Computer-based assessments of expected satiety predict behavioural measures of portion-size selection and food intake. Appetite 59(3), 933-938.
  12. & Attachment anxiety, disinhibited eating, and body mass index in adulthood. International Journal of Obesity 34(9), 1442-1445.
  13. & Conditioning ‘fullness expectations’ in a novel dessert. Appetite 52(3), 780-783.

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2016). A Cry for Health: We must invest in domestic abuse services in hospitals.. London: SafeLives.
  2. (2014). In plain sight: The evidence from children exposed to domestic abuse. Bristol: CAADA.
  3. (2012). A place of greater safety. Bristol: CAADA.