Recent Scholarly Activity of Lab Members

2018

Mascioli, B. A., & Davis, R. (2018). Reward responsiveness moderates individuals with disordered eating’s implicit attitudes toward the caloric value of food. Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 23(3), 219-226. doi:10.24839/2325-7342.Jn23.3.219

McGeown, L. & Davis, R. (2018). Frontal EEG asymmetry moderates the association between attentional bias towards food and body mass index. Biological Psychology, 136, 151-160. doi:10.1016/j.biopsycho.2018.06.001

McGeown, L. & Davis, R. (2018). Social modeling of eating mediated by mirror neuron activity: A causal model moderated by frontal asymmetry and BMI. Behavioural Brain Research, 338, 66-75. doi:10.1016/j.bbr.2017.10.009

Kushnier, L., Kushnier, R., Bailey, L. K., & Davis, R. (2018, May). Rose coloured glasses are blind to accuracy: Depression predicts lower mate value discrepancy. Poster session presented at the Association of Psychological Science's 30th Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Mascioli, B. & Davis, R. (2018, August) The bogus taste test: Assessing the influence of individual difference variables on food intake. Poster session presented at the 126th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Mascioli, B. & Davis, R. (2018, June). Body mass index moderates the regression of health-directed behavioural intention on self-reported health-directed behaviour. Poster session presented at the 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Montreal, QC.

Mascioli, B. & Davis, R. (2018, May) BMI and implicit attitude toward the caloric-value of food interact to predict food intake in a bogus taste test. Poster session presented at the 30th Association of Psychological Science Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

McGeown, L. & Davis, R. (2018, June). Left frontal asymmetry interacts with attentional bias towards food to predict BMI. Poster session presented at the 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Montreal, QC.

McGeown, L. & Davis, R. (2018, May). Gone in the blink of an eye: Spontaneous eye blink rate positively predicts food consumption as moderated by frontal cortical activity. Poster session presented at the 30th Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

2017

Bailey, L. K., & Davis, R. (2017). Heart rate variability reactivity and new romance: Cause or consequence? Biological Psychology, 128, 50-54. doi:10.1016/j.biopsycho.2017.07.004

Chong, S., & Davis, R. (2017). Can't take my eyes off me: Attentional bias of the vulnerable narcissist. Personality and Individual Differences, 106, 308-311. doi:10.1016/j.paid.2016.10.044

Kushnier, R., Bailey, L. K., & Davis, R. (2017, May). Mate value discrepancy moderates the link between agreeableness and future relationship formation. Poster session presented at the 29th Association of Psychological Science Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

Mascioli, B., Coccimiglio, G., & Davis, R. (2017, May). Two means to one end: Alternate degrees of implicit bias in the disordered eater. Poster session presented at the 29th Association of Psychological Science Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

Mascioli, B., Coccimiglio, G., & Davis, R. (2017, June). An [organic?] apple a day keeps the doctor away: A new measure of orthorexia. Poster session presented at the 78th Canadian Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, ON.

Mascioli, B. & Davis, R. (2017, November). Validation of the grocery shopping task: A novel computerized task for the quantification of food preference and eating behaviour. Poster session presented at the Ontario Psychological Association’s 70thAnnual Conference, Toronto, ON.

McGeown, L. & Davis, R. (2017, May). Mu suppression mediates the social modeling of eating effect in relation to lateralized frontal activation and BMI. Poster session presented at the 29th Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

McGeown, L. & Davis, R. (2017, June). Social modeling of eating: BMI interacts with model intake to predict consumption. Poster session presented at the 78th Canadian Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, ON.