Affiliation: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
- Television viewing is associated with an increase in meal frequency in humansNanette Stroebele
Department of Psychology, Georgia State University, MSC 2A1155, 33 Gilmer Street SE Unit 2, Atlanta, GA 30303 3082, USA
Appetite 42:111-3. 2004..In sample of 76 undergraduate students (mostly female) in the USA, television viewing was associated with increased meal frequency and as a result with increased daily intake of energy...
- Effect of ambience on food intake and food choiceNanette Stroebele
Department of Psychology, Georgia State University, Atlanta 30303 3082, USA
Nutrition 20:821-38. 2004..It is suggested that the manipulation of these ambient factors as a whole or individually may be used therapeutically to alter food intake and that more attention needs to be paid to ambience in nutrition-related research...
- Listening to music while eating is related to increases in people's food intake and meal durationNanette Stroebele
Department of Psychology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30303 3082, USA
Appetite 47:285-9. 2006..The presence of music appears to be one of a set of environmental factors that influences food and fluid intake in the natural world...
- Small changes in dietary sugar and physical activity as an approach to preventing excessive weight gain: the America on the Move family studySusan J Rodearmel
University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, Center for Human Nutrition, Denver, CO 80262, USA
Pediatrics 120:e869-79. 2007..The intent of this study was to evaluate whether small changes in diet and physical activity, as promoted by the America on the Move initiative, could prevent excessive weight gain in overweight children...
- A small-changes approach reduces energy intake in free-living humansNanette Stroebele
Denver and Health Sciences Center, University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado 80262, USA
J Am Coll Nutr 28:63-8. 2009..The study's intent was to determine the impact of these small changes recommendations on steps/day and energy intake...
- Do calorie-controlled portion sizes of snacks reduce energy intake?Nanette Stroebele
Center for Human Nutrition, University of Colorado Denver, Denver, CO 80262, United States
Appetite 52:793-6. 2009..Further, initial exposure to portion-controlled packages might have increased awareness of portion size such that less was consumed when larger packages were available...
- Influence of physiological and subjective arousal on food intake in humansNanette Stroebele
University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, Center for Human Nutrition, Denver, Colorado, USA
Nutrition 22:996-1004. 2006..It was hypothesized that the influence of environmental stimuli on food intake would be mediated by arousal...
- Cluster analysis of the national weight control registry to identify distinct subgroups maintaining successful weight lossLorraine G Ogden
Colorado Center for Health and Wellness, University of Colorado Denver, Aurora, Colorado, USA
Obesity (Silver Spring) 20:2039-47. 2012..Further exploration of the unique characteristics of these clusters could be useful for tailoring future weight loss and weight maintenance programs to the specific characteristics of an individual...
- Step-counter determined walking in youth in ColoradoNanette Stroebele
University of Colorado in Denver and Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO, USA
J Phys Act Health 4:315-24. 2007..Results from a statewide telephone survey of walking showed that the average adult in Colorado takes 6804 steps/d, and that steps/d were negatively associated with body mass index. No similar data exist for children...
- Food intake in the real world: implications for nutrition and agingJohn M De Castro
Neuropsychology and Behavioral Neuroscience Program, Department of Psychology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30303, USA
Clin Geriatr Med 18:685-97. 2002..It remains for future applied investigations to ascertain whether or not this strategy is effective in treating undernutrition in the elderly...