Janet Polivy

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Area:
Behavioral Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Nutrition
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Keegan E, Kemps E, Prichard I, et al. (2019) The effect of the spatial positioning of a healthy food cue on food choice from a pictorial-style menu. Eating Behaviors. 34: 101313
Tonkin M, Kemps E, Prichard I, et al. (2019) It's all in the timing: The effect of a healthy food cue on food choices from a pictorial menu. Appetite. 139: 105-109
Mills JS, Weinheimer LA, Polivy J, et al. (2018) Are there different types of dieters? A review of personality and dietary restraint. Appetite
Vartanian LR, Reily NM, Spanos S, et al. (2017) Hunger, taste, and normative cues in predictions about food intake. Appetite
Polivy J, Herman CP. (2017) Restrained Eating and Food Cues: Recent Findings and Conclusions. Current Obesity Reports
Vartanian LR, Reily NM, Spanos S, et al. (2017) Self-reported overeating and attributions for food intake. Psychology & Health. 1-10
Feeney JR, Pliner P, Polivy J, et al. (2016) The persistence of and resistance to social norms regarding the appropriate amount to Eat:A preliminary investigation. Appetite
Vartanian LR, Spanos S, Herman CP, et al. (2016) Conflicting Internal and External Eating Cues: Impact on Food Intake and Attributions. Health Psychology : Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
Kemps E, Herman CP, Hollitt S, et al. (2016) Contextual cue exposure effects on food intake in restrained eaters. Physiology & Behavior. 167: 71-75
Vartanian LR, Herman CP, Polivy J. (2016) What does it mean to eat an appropriate amount of food? Eating Behaviors. 23: 24-27
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