Paul Rozin

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Cultural Psychology
"Paul Rozin"
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Bennett Galef grad student
Jonathan Haidt grad student Penn (PsychTree)
Carolyn Ristau grad student 1964- University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences
Morris Moscovitch grad student 1972 Penn
James C. Johnston grad student 1974 Penn
James L. McClelland grad student 1975 Penn
Adam B Cohen grad student 2000 Penn
Sophia Moskalenko grad student 2004 Penn
Robert F. Leeman grad student 2005 Penn
Andrew B. Geier grad student 2009 Penn
Julia M. Hormes grad student 2010 Penn
Natalie O. Fedotova grad student 2013 Penn
Matthew B Ruby post-doc Penn (PsychTree)
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Sproesser G, Bhangaokar R, Ruby MB, et al. (2022) Traditional and modern eating in older adults: a comparison between an urban and rural sample from Gujarat, Western India. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. 10: 818-836
Sproesser G, Ruby MB, Arbit N, et al. (2022) Similar or different? Comparing food cultures with regard to traditional and modern eating across ten countries. Food Research International (Ottawa, Ont.). 157: 111106
Dou Z, Stefanovski D, Galligan D, et al. (2021) Household Food Dynamics and Food System Resilience Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-National Comparison of China and the United States Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. 4
Higa JE, Ruby MB, Rozin P. (2021) Americans’ acceptance of black soldier fly larvae as food for themselves, their dogs, and farmed animals Food Quality and Preference. 90: 104119
Inbar Y, Phelps J, Rozin P. (2020) Recency negativity: Newer food crops are evaluated less favorably. Appetite. 104754
Scott SE, Rozin P. (2020) Actually, natural is neutral. Nature Human Behaviour
Sproesser G, Ruby MB, Arbit N, et al. (2019) Understanding traditional and modern eating: the TEP10 framework. Bmc Public Health. 19: 1606
Fernbach PM, Light N, Scott SE, et al. (2019) Extreme opponents of genetically modified foods know the least but think they know the most. Nature Human Behaviour. 3: 251-256
Rozin P, Ruby MB. (2019) Bugs are blech, butterflies are beautiful, but both are bad to bite: Admired animals are disgusting to eat but are themselves neither disgusting nor contaminating. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Ruby MB, Rozin P. (2019) Disgust, sushi consumption, and other predictors of acceptance of insects as food by Americans and Indians Food Quality and Preference. 74: 155-162
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