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Hire Dr. Katelyn Carr
United States
Profile Summary
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Work Experience

Postdoctoral Fellow

University at Buffalo

September 2015 - Present

Education

PhD (Neuroscience)

University at Buffalo

September 2008 - September 2015

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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Katelyn A. Carr, Leonard H. Epstein (2020). Choice is relative: Reinforcing value of food and activity in obesity treatment . American Psychologist.
Kai Ling Kong, Leonard H. Epstein, Julie K. Phillips, Katelyn A. Carr, Rocco A. Paluch, Katherine S. Gerard(2018). Food and non-food reinforcement among pregnant women . Appetite. 131. p. 155--159. Elsevier {BV}
Katelyn A. Carr, Leonard H. Epstein(2017). Working memory and attentional bias on reinforcing efficacy of food . Appetite. 116. p. 268--276. Elsevier {BV}
Epstein, L.H., Carr, K.A., Scheid, J.L., Gebre, E., O'Brien, A., Paluch, R.A., Temple, J.L.(2015). Taste and food reinforcement in non-overweight youth . Appetite. 91. p. 226-232.
Epstein, L.H., Jankowiak, N., Fletcher, K.D., Carr, K.A., Nederkoorn, C., Raynor, H.A., Finkelstein, E.(2014). Women who are motivated to eat and discount the future are more obese . Obesity. 22. (6). p. 1394-1399.
Carr, K.A., Lin, H., Fletcher, K.D., Epstein, L.H.(2014). Food reinforcement, dietary disinhibition and weight gain in nonobese adults . Obesity. 22. (1). p. 254-259.
Scheid, J.L., Carr, K.A., Lin, H., Fletcher, K.D., Sucheston, L., Singh, P.K., Salis, R., Erbe, R.W., Faith, M.S., Allison, D.B., et al.(2014). FTO polymorphisms moderate the association of food reinforcement with energy intake . Physiology and Behavior. 132. p. 51-56.
Carr, K.A., Lin, H., Fletcher, K.D., Salis, R.J., Faith, M.S., Stice, E., Sucheston, L., Singh, P.K., Erbe, R.W., Allison, D.B., et al.(2013). Two functional serotonin polymorphisms moderate the effect of food reinforcement on BMI . Behavioral Neuroscience. 127. (3). p. 387-399.
Lin, H., Carr, K.A., Fletcher, K.D., Epstein, L.H.(2013). Food reinforcement partially mediates the effect of socioeconomic status on body mass index . Obesity. 21. (7). p. 1307-1312.
Epstein, L.H., Lin, H., Carr, K.A., Fletcher, K.D.(2013). Corrigendum to "Food reinforcement and obesity. Psychological moderators" [Appetite 58 (2012) 157-162] . Appetite. 65.
Epstein, L.H., Carr, K.A., Lin, H., Fletcher, K.D., Roemmich, J.N.(2012). Usual energy intake mediates the relationship between food reinforcement and BMI . Obesity. 20. (9). p. 1815-1819.
Epstein, L.H., Lin, H., Carr, K.A., Fletcher, K.D.(2012). Food reinforcement and obesity. Psychological moderators . Appetite. 58. (1). p. 157-162.
Carr, K.A., Daniel, T.O., Lin, H., Epstein, L.H.(2011). Reinforcement pathology and obesity . Current Drug Abuse Reviews. 4. (3). p. 190-196.
Carr, K.A., Epstein, L.H.(2011). Relationship between food habituation and reinforcing efficacy of food . Learning and Motivation. 42. (2). p. 165-172.
Epstein, L.H., Carr, K.A., Cavanaugh, M.D., Paluch, R.A., Bouton, M.E.(2011). Long-term habituation to food in obese and nonobese women . American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 94. (2). p. 371-376.
Epstein, L.H., Carr, K.A., Lin, H., Fletcher, K.D.(2011). Food reinforcement, energy intake, and macronutrient choice . American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 94. (1). p. 12-18.
Epstein, L.H., Salvy, S.J., Carr, K.A., Dearing, K.K., Bickel, W.K.(2010). Food reinforcement, delay discounting and obesity . Physiology and Behavior. 100. (5). p. 438-445.