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Submit your work from 2018

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Vegetarianism, depression, and the five factor model of personality, Catherine A. Forestell and John B. Nezlek

Submit your work from 2017

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Manipulating entitativity affects implicit behavioral and neural attentional biases toward gay couples, Cheryl L. Dickter, Catherine A. Forestell, Nicholas Gupta, and JoEllen J. Blass

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Flavor Perception and Preference Development in Human Infants, Catherine A. Forestell

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The Relationship Between Infant Facial Expressions and Food Acceptance, Catherine A. Forestell and Julie A. Mennella

Books from 2015

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Policy, Programs, and Interventions Regarding Pregnant Incarcerated Women, Danielle H. Dallaire, Catherine A. Forestell, and Rebecca Shlafer

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Neural attention and evaluative responses to gay and lesbian couples, Cheryl L. Dickter

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The Ontogeny of Taste Perception and Preference Throughout Childhood, Catherine A. Forestell and Julie A. Mennella

Submit your work from 2014

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The effect of brand and caloric information on flavor perception and food consumption in restrained and unrestrained eaters, Kevin V. Cavanagh, Blina Kruja, and Catherine A. Forestell

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Relationship between alcohol dependence, escape drinking, and early neural attention to alcohol-related cues, Cheryl L. Dickter, Catherine A. Forestell, Patrick J. Hammett, and Chelsie M. Young

Submit your work from 2013

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Assessing the effect of food exposure on children's identification and acceptance of fruit and vegetables, Jennifer Schindler, Denise Corbett, and Catherine A. Forestell

Submit your work from 2012

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Peering through the smoke: The effect of parental smoking behavior and addiction on daily smokers' attentional bias to smoking cues, Cheryl L. Dickter and Catherine A. Forestell

Clearing the Smoke: Parental Influences on Non-smokers’ Attentional Biases to Smoking-Related Cues, Catherine A. Forestell, Cheryl L. Dickter, Jason D. Wright, and Chelsie M. Young

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Take me away: The relationship between escape drinking and attentional bias for alcohol-related cues, Catherine A. Forestell, Cheryl L. Dickter, and Chelsie M. Young

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Attentional biases to foods: The effects of caloric content and cognitive restraint, Catherine A. Forestell, Pia Lau, Ivo I. Gyurovski, Cheryl L. Dickter, and Sabrina S. Haque

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More than just a pretty face. The relationship between infant's temperament, food acceptance, and mothers' perceptions of their enjoyment of food, Catherine A. Forestell and Julie A. Mennella

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A comparison of daily and occasional smokers' implicit affective responses to smoking cues, John Haight, Cheryl L. Dickter, and Catherine A. Forestell

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Increasing children's consumption of fruit and vegetables: Does the type of exposure matter?, Chelsea Osborne and Catherine A. Forestell

Submit your work from 2011

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To eat or not to eat red meat. A closer look at the relationship between restrained eating and vegetarianism in college females, Catherine A. Forestell, Andrea M. Spaeth, and Stephanie A. Kane

Submit your work from 2009

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Early milk feeding influences taste acceptance and liking during infancy, Julie A. Mennella, Catherine A. Forestell, Lindsay K. Morgan, and Gary K. Beauchamp

Submit your work from 2008

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Children's hedonic responses to the odors of alcoholic beverages: A window to emotions, Julie A. Mennella and Catherine A. Forestell