Lynn M. Wilkie, Ph.D.
|2014||Psychology||Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States|
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|Wadhera D, Wilkie LM, Capaldi-Phillips ED. (2017) The rewarding effects of number and surface area of food in rats. Learning & Behavior|
|Wadhera D, Capaldi Phillips ED, Wilkie LM. (2015) Teaching children to like and eat vegetables. Appetite. 93: 75-84|
|Wadhera D, Capaldi Phillips ED, Wilkie LM, et al. (2015) Perceived recollection of frequent exposure to foods in childhood is associated with adulthood liking. Appetite. 89: 22-32|
|Wilkie LM, Capaldi Phillips ED. (2014) Heterogeneous binary interactions of taste primaries: perceptual outcomes, physiology, and future directions. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 47: 70-86|
|Wilkie LM, Capaldi Phillips ED, Wadhera D. (2014) Sodium chloride suppresses vegetable bitterness only when plain vegetables are perceived as highly bitter Chemosensory Perception. 7: 10-22|
|Wilkie LM, Phillips EDC, Wadhera D. (2013) Sucrose and non-nutritive sweeteners can suppress the bitterness of vegetables independent of PTC taster phenotype Chemosensory Perception. 6: 127-139|