Laura L Wilkinson
Laura L Wilkinson
Associate Professor in Psychology, Swansea University
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Computer-based assessments of expected satiety predict behavioural measures of portion-size selection and food intake
LL Wilkinson, EC Hinton, SH Fay, D Ferriday, PJ Rogers, JM Brunstrom
Appetite 59 (3), 933-938, 2012
Episodic memory and appetite regulation in humans
JM Brunstrom, JF Burn, NR Sell, JM Collingwood, PJ Rogers, ...
PloS one 7 (12), e50707, 2012
Susceptibility to increased high energy dense sweet and savoury food intake in response to the COVID-19 lockdown: The role of craving control and acceptance coping strategies
NJ Buckland, LF Swinnerton, K Ng, M Price, LL Wilkinson, A Myers, ...
Appetite 158, 105017, 2021
Attachment anxiety, disinhibited eating, and body mass index in adulthood
LL Wilkinson, AC Rowe, RJ Bishop, JM Brunstrom
International Journal of Obesity 34 (9), 1442-1445, 2010
Using photography in ‘The Restaurant of the Future’. A useful way to assess portion selection and plate cleaning?
EC Hinton, JM Brunstrom, SH Fay, LL Wilkinson, D Ferriday, PJ Rogers, ...
Appetite 63, 31-35, 2013
Eating me up inside: Priming attachment security and anxiety, and their effects on snacking
LL Wilkinson, AC Rowe, GH Heath
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 30 (6), 795-804, 2013
Explaining the relationship between attachment anxiety, eating behaviour and BMI
LL Wilkinson, AC Rowe, E Robinson, CA Hardman
Appetite 127, 214-222, 2018
Using food to soothe: Maternal attachment anxiety is associated with child emotional eating
CA Hardman, P Christiansen, LL Wilkinson
Appetite 99, 91-96, 2016
Conditioning ‘fullness expectations’ in a novel dessert
LL Wilkinson, JM Brunstrom
Appetite 52 (3), 780-783, 2009
The ‘variety effect’is anticipated in meal planning
LL Wilkinson, EC Hinton, SH Fay, PJ Rogers, JM Brunstrom
Appetite 60, 175-179, 2013
Effect of food variety on intake of a meal: a systematic review and meta-analysis
R Embling, AE Pink, J Gatzemeier, M Price, MD Lee, LL Wilkinson
The American journal of clinical nutrition 113 (3), 716-741, 2021
Sensory specific satiety: More than ‘just’habituation?
LL Wilkinson, JM Brunstrom
Appetite 103, 221-228, 2016
‘Edible seaweeds’ as an alternative to animal-based proteins in the UK: Identifying product beliefs and consumer traits as drivers of consumer acceptability for macroalgae
R Embling, L Neilson, T Randall, C Mellor, MD Lee, LL Wilkinson
Food Quality and Preference 100, 104613, 2022
Presenting a food in multiple smaller units increases expected satiety
RE Oldham-Cooper, LL Wilkinson, CA Hardman, PJ Rogers, ...
Appetite 118, 106-112, 2017
Consumer knowledge and acceptance of “algae” as a protein alternative: A UK-based qualitative study
C Mellor, R Embling, L Neilson, T Randall, C Wakeham, MD Lee, ...
Foods 11 (12), 1703, 2022
Keeping pace with your eating: Visual feedback affects eating rate in humans
LL Wilkinson, D Ferriday, ML Bosworth, N Godinot, N Martin, PJ Rogers, ...
PLoS One 11 (2), e0147603, 2016
Understanding everyday strategies used to manage indulgent food consumption: A mixed-methods design
J Gatzemeier, M Price, LL Wilkinson, M Lee
Appetite 136, 70-79, 2019
Disorganized attachment predicts body mass index via uncontrolled eating
LL Wilkinson, AC Rowe, A Millings
International Journal of Obesity 44 (2), 438-446, 2020
Disinhibited eating mediates differences in attachment insecurity between bariatric surgery candidates/recipients and lean controls
LL Wilkinson, AC Rowe, C Sheldon, A Johnson, JM Brunstrom
International Journal of Obesity 41 (12), 1831-1834, 2017
Testing an online measure of portion size selection: a pilot study concerned with the measurement of ideal portion size
R Embling, MD Lee, M Price, LL Wilkinson
Pilot and Feasibility Studies 7, 1-11, 2021
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