Christina A. Roberto spends much of her time researching Food industry, Marketing, Menu labeling, Calorie and Environmental health. Her Food industry research incorporates themes from Food marketing, Guideline Daily Amount and Consumer behaviour. She has included themes like Feeding behavior and Public policy in her Food marketing study.
Her Marketing research integrates issues from Government and Intervention. Her study explores the link between Menu labeling and topics such as Nutrition Labeling that cross with problems in Significant difference, Test, Food intake and Caloric intake. Christina A. Roberto combines Calorie and Food labeling in her research.
Her primary areas of study are Advertising, Environmental health, Calorie, Marketing and Psychiatry. Her Advertising research includes themes of Nutrition facts label and Purchasing. Her study looks at the intersection of Environmental health and topics like Obesity with Ethnic group.
Christina A. Roberto has researched Calorie in several fields, including Nutrition Labeling, Social psychology and Meal. Her research in Marketing is mostly focused on Food marketing. Her work deals with themes such as Body mass index, Anorexia and Clinical psychology, which intersect with Psychiatry.
Christina A. Roberto focuses on Environmental health, Calorie, Marketing, Advertising and Randomized controlled trial. Her work carried out in the field of Environmental health brings together such families of science as Added sugar and MEDLINE. Her Calorie research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Clinical nutrition, Demography, Intuitive eating and Disordered eating.
When carried out as part of a general Marketing research project, her work on Food marketing and Retail food is frequently linked to work in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Stocking and Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her Advertising research incorporates elements of Football, Descriptive research and Unhealthy food. In her study, Chain restaurant, Sample size determination and Primary outcome is inextricably linked to Meal, which falls within the broad field of Randomized controlled trial.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Calorie, Nutritional quality, Environmental health, Consumer behaviour and Saturated fat. Her Calorie study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Descriptive statistics, Dieting, Health care, Binge eating and Disordered eating. In her research, Odds is intimately related to Added sugar, which falls under the overarching field of Environmental health.
Her Consumer behaviour course of study focuses on Front of pack and Advertising. Her Advertising study frequently links to other fields, such as Football. The Nutrition facts label study combines topics in areas such as Government, Attribution, Salience and Applied psychology.
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Patchy progress on obesity prevention: emerging examples, entrenched barriers, and new thinking
Christina A. Roberto;Boyd Swinburn;Corinna Hawkes;Terry T.-K. Huang;Terry T.-K. Huang.
Evaluating the impact of menu labeling on food choices and intake
Christina A. Roberto;Peter D. Larsen;Henry Agnew;Jenny Baik.
American Journal of Public Health (2010)
Fluoxetine after weight restoration in anorexia nervosa: a randomized controlled trial.
B. Timothy Walsh;Allan S. Kaplan;Evelyn Attia;Marion Olmsted.
The science on front-of-package food labels.
Kristy L Hawley;Christina A Roberto;Marie A Bragg;Peggy J Liu.
Public Health Nutrition (2013)
Influence of Licensed Characters on Children's Taste and Snack Preferences
Christina A. Roberto;Jenny Baik;Jennifer L. Harris;Kelly D. Brownell.
Preliminary validation of the Yale Food Addiction Scale for children.
Ashley N. Gearhardt;Christina A. Roberto;Marissa J. Seamans;William R. Corbin.
Eating Behaviors (2013)
Should amenorrhea be a diagnostic criterion for anorexia nervosa
Evelyn Attia;Christina A. Roberto.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2009)
Using Behavioral Economics to Design More Effective Food Policies to Address Obesity
Peggy J. Liu;Jessica Wisdom;Christina A. Roberto;Linda J. Liu.
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (2014)
Are Dietary Restraint Scales Valid Measures of Dietary Restriction? Additional Objective Behavioral and Biological Data Suggest Not
Eric Stice;Robyn Sysko;Christina A. Roberto;Shelley Allison.
Facts up front versus traffic light food labels: a randomized controlled trial.
Christina A. Roberto;Marie A. Bragg;Marlene B. Schwartz;Marissa J. Seamans.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2012)
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