Journal Articles

  1. Costa, K., Price, M., Bortolotti, H., Rêgo, M., Cabral, D., Langer, R., Fernandes, G., Elsangedy, H., Fontes, E. Fat mass predicts food-specific inhibitory control in children Physiology & Behavior 204 155 161
  2. Gatzemeier, J., Price, M., L. Wilkinson, L., Lee, M., Wilkinson, L. Understanding everyday strategies used to manage indulgent food consumption: A mixed-methods design Appetite 136 70 79
  3. Embling, R., Price, M., Lee, M., Wilkinson, L. Food-variety-focused labelling does not increase ideal portion size, expected fullness or snack intake Food Quality and Preference 73 46 55
  4. Pink, A., Lee, M., Price, M., Williams, C. A serial mediation model of the relationship between alexithymia and BMI: The role of negative affect, negative urgency and emotional eating Appetite 133 270 278
  5. Price, M., Higgs, S., Lee, M. Self-control mediates the relationship between time perspective and BMI Appetite 108 156 160
  6. Price, M., Higgs, S., Lee, M. Snack intake is reduced using an implicit, high-level construal cue Health Psychology 35 8 923 926
  7. Price, M., Lee, M., Higgs, S., Lee, M., Price, M. Food-specific response inhibition, dietary restraint and snack intake in lean and overweight/obese adults: a moderated-mediation model International Journal of Obesity 40 5 877 882
  8. Price, M., Higgs, S., Maw, J., Lee, M. A dual-process approach to exploring the role of delay discounting in obesity Physiology & Behavior 162 46 51
  9. Price, M., Higgs, S., Lee, M. Self-reported eating traits: Underlying components of food responsivity and dietary restriction are positively related to BMI Appetite 95 203 210

Conference Contributions

  1. Gatzemeier, J., Price, M., Wilkinson, L., Lee, M., Price, M. Identifying everyday strategies to reduce indulgent food consumption: a mixed model analysis Appetite 123 449
  2. Price, M., Douglas, L., Hepper, E., Wilkinson, L., Price, M. Narcissism, accountability and self-reported weight Appetite 123 458