Nancy L. Zucker

Affiliations: 
Psychology and Neuroscience Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Behavioral Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Neuroscience Biology
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Samuel Marsan grad student 2017- Duke (PsychTree)
Ashley A. Moskovich grad student 2014 Duke
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Zucker NL, Bulik CM. (2020) On bells, saliva, and abdominal pain or discomfort: Early aversive visceral conditioning and vulnerability for anorexia nervosa. The International Journal of Eating Disorders
Bardone-Cone AM, Johnson S, Raney TJ, et al. (2019) Eating disorder recovery in men: A pilot study. The International Journal of Eating Disorders
Merwin RM, Moskovich AA, Honeycutt LK, et al. (2017) Time of Day when Type 1 Diabetes Patients with Eating Disorder Symptomatology Most Commonly Restrict Insulin. Psychosomatic Medicine
Moskovich AA, Timko CA, Honeycutt LK, et al. (2016) Change in expressed emotion and treatment outcome in adolescent anorexia nervosa. Eating Disorders. 1-12
Zucker NL, Copeland W, Egger H. (2016) Authors' Response. Pediatrics. 137: 1-2
Merwin RM, Dmitrieva NO, Honeycutt LK, et al. (2015) Momentary Predictors of Insulin Restriction Among Adults With Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorder Symptomatology. Diabetes Care
Copeland WE, Bulik CM, Zucker N, et al. (2015) Does childhood bullying predict eating disorder symptoms? A prospective, longitudinal analysis. The International Journal of Eating Disorders
Matheson BE, Camacho C, Peterson CB, et al. (2015) The relationship between parent feeding styles and general parenting with loss of control eating in treatment-seeking overweight and obese children. The International Journal of Eating Disorders. 48: 1047-55
Zucker N, Copeland W, Franz L, et al. (2015) Psychological and Psychosocial Impairment in Preschoolers With Selective Eating. Pediatrics. 136: e582-90
Cravener TL, Schlechter H, Loeb KL, et al. (2015) Feeding Strategies Derived from Behavioral Economics and Psychology Can Increase Vegetable Intake in Children as Part of a Home-Based Intervention: Results of a Pilot Study. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
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