Publications - Since 2018 (lab founded):
Dilsaver, D,** Rohde, K,** Chollet-Hinton, L, & Fazzino, TL (accepted). Hyper-palatable foods in elementary school lunches: Availability and contributing factors in a national sample of US public schools. PLOS ONE
Fazzino, TL, Courville, A, Guo, J, & Hall, K (2023). Ad libitum meal energy intake is positively influenced by energy density, eating rate, and hyper-palatable food across four dietary patters. Nature Food
Sutton, C,* L’Insalata, A,* & Fazzino, TL (2022) Reward sensitivity, eating behavior, and obesity-related outcomes: A systematic review. Physiology & Behavior; 113843. DOI: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2022.113843
Fazzino, TL & Kong, KL (2022). A new paradigm for investigating the etiology of obesity in early childhood: Exposure to added sugars and hyper-palatable foods in infancy and dysregulation of food reinforcement processes. Obesity Reviews; e13526. DOI: 10.1111/obr.13526
Fazzino, TL (2022) The reinforcing natures of hyper-palatable foods: Behavioral evidence of their reinforcing properties and the role of the US food industry. Current Addiction Reports. Invited article. DOI: 10.1007/s40429-022-00417-8
Demeke, S,** Rohde, K,** Chollet-Hinton, L, Sutton, C,* Kong, KL, & Fazzino, TL (2022) Change in hyper-palatable food availability in the US food system over 30 years: 1988 to 2018. Public Health Nutrition. DOI: 10.1017/S1368980022001227
Fazzino, TL, Kunkel, A, Bellitti,* J, Swinburn-Romine, R, Yi, R, & Lejuez, C (2022) Engagement with activity monitoring during a behavioral activation intervention: A randomized test of monitoring format and qualitative evaluation of participant experiences. Behaviour Change; 1-14. DOI: 10.1017/bec.2022.7
Fazzino, TL, Bjorlie, K,* Smith, A, Rohde, K,** & Yi, R (2022) Choices between money and hyper-palatable food: Choice impulsivity and eating behavior. Health Psychology. DOI: 10.1037/hea0001185
Bjorlie, K.,* Forbush, K. T., Chapa, D.,* Richson, B. N.,* Johnson, S. N.,* & Fazzino, T. L. (2022). Hyper-palatable food consumption during binge-eating episodes: A comparison of intake during binge eating and restricting. The International journal of eating disorders, 10.1002/eat.23692.
Exum, A,* Templin, J, & Fazzino, T.L. (2022) Bridging gaps by including culture: Development and empirical test of the culturally informed theory for disordered eating among Black women. Eating Behaviors; 44, 101600. DOI: 10.1016/j.eatbeh.2022.101600
Fazzino, T. L., Dorling, J. L., Apolzan, J. W., & Martin, C. K. (2021). Meal composition during an ad libitum buffet meal and longitudinal predictions of weight and percent body fat change: The role of hyper-palatable, energy dense, and ultra-processed foods. Appetite, 167, 105592. DOI: 10.1016/j.appet.2021.105592
Hochsmann, C, Fearnbach, N, Dorling, JL, Fazzino, T.L., Meyers, CA, Apolzan, JW, & Marin, CK (2021) Preference, expected burden, and willingness to use digital and traditional methods to assess food and alcohol intake. Nutrients; 13, 2240. DOI: 10.3390/nu13103340
Kong, K. L., Fazzino, T. L., Rohde, K. M., & Morris, K. S. (2021). The Prevalence of Hyperpalatable Baby Foods and Exposure During Infancy: A Preliminary Investigation. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 614607. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.614607
Bjorlie*, K & Fazzino, T.L. (2020) Impulsivity as a risk factor for weight gain and body roundness change among college freshmen. Eating Behaviors; 39: 101435. DOI: 10.1016/j.eatbeh.2020.101435
Fazzino, TL, Lejuez, CW, & Yi, R (2020) A behavioral activation intervention administered in a 16-week freshman orientation course: Study Protocol. Contemporary Clinical Trials; 90: 105950. DOI: 10.1016/j.cct.2020.105950
Fazzino, TL, Rohde, K**, & Sullivan, DS (2019) Hyper-palatable foods: Development of a quantitative definition and application to the US food system database. Obesity; 27(11): 1761-1768. DOI: 10.1002/oby.22639
Article selected by the Editors as a Top Article of 2019 in Obesity and was among the most frequently read articles in Obesity in 2019.
Fazzino, TL, Serwatka, C**, Schneider, H**, & Sullivan, DS. (2019) A systematic review of the methodology used to study weight change among young adults attending college. Eating Behaviors. DOI: 10.1016/j.eatbeh.2019.101333.
Fazzino, TL, Bjorlie, K*, & Lejuez, C.W. (2019). A systematic review of reinforcement-based interventions for substance use: Efficacy, mechanisms of action, and moderators of treatment effects. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment; 104:83-96. DOI: 10.1016/j.jsat.2019.06.016
Fazzino, TL, Forbush, K, Sullivan, D, & Befort, C (2019). A prospective study of alcohol use patterns and short-term weight change in college freshmen. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research; 43(5): 1016-1026. DOI: 10.1111/acer.14025
Fazzino, TL, Martin, CK, Forbush, K. (2018) The Remote Food Photography Method and SmartIntake App for the Assessment of Alcohol Use in Young Adults: Feasibility Study and Comparison to Standard Assessment Methodology. Journal of Medical Internet Research mHealth & uHealth; 6(9):e10460. DOI: 10.2196/10460
Fazzino, TL, Raheel**, A, Peppercorn**, N, Forbush, Kirby, S**, K, Sher, K, & Befort, CA (2018). Motives for drinking alcohol and eating palatable foods: An evaluation of shared mechanisms and associations with drinking and binge eating. Addictive Behaviors; 85:113-119. DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.04.025.