Patricia Pliner, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
"Patricia Pliner"
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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
Herman CP, Polivy J, Vartanian LR, et al. (2016) Are large portions responsible for the obesity epidemic? Physiology & Behavior
Peter Herman C, Polivy J, Pliner P, et al. (2015) Mechanisms underlying the portion-size effect. Physiology & Behavior. 144: 129-36
Polivy J, Pliner P. (2015) "She got more than me". Social comparison and the social context of eating. Appetite. 86: 88-95
Feeney JR, Polivy J, Pliner P, et al. (2011) Comparing live and remote models in eating conformity research. Eating Behaviors. 12: 75-7
Salvy SJ, Pliner PP. (2010) Social Influences on Eating in Children and Adults Obesity Prevention. 617-627
Koh J, Pliner P. (2009) The effects of degree of acquaintance, plate size, and sharing on food intake. Appetite. 52: 595-602
Remick AK, Polivy J, Pliner P. (2009) Internal and external moderators of the effect of variety on food intake. Psychological Bulletin. 135: 434-51
Pliner P, Rizvi S, Remick AK. (2009) Competition affects food choice in women. The International Journal of Eating Disorders. 42: 557-64
Remick AK, Pliner P, McLean KC. (2009) The relationship between restrained eating, pleasure associated with eating, and well-being re-visited. Eating Behaviors. 10: 42-4
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