Her main research concerns Overweight, Gerontology, Environmental health, Binge eating and Marketing. Her work carried out in the field of Overweight brings together such families of science as Developmental psychology, Stigma, Social psychology and Weight loss. Her Gerontology research includes themes of Public relations, Social marketing, Government and Food assistance.
Marlene B. Schwartz focuses mostly in the field of Environmental health, narrowing it down to matters related to Public health and, in some cases, Adolescent Obesity. Her Binge eating study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Binge-eating disorder, Psychopathology and Psychometrics. Marlene B. Schwartz interconnects Food availability, Preference, Food packaging and Health policy in the investigation of issues within Marketing.
Marlene B. Schwartz spends much of her time researching Environmental health, Public health, Social psychology, Childhood obesity and Marketing. Her Environmental health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Meal, Food insecurity, Healthy food and Competitive foods. Her studies deal with areas such as Government, Advertising and Public policy as well as Public health.
The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology and Overweight. Marlene B. Schwartz has researched Overweight in several fields, including Stigma, Binge eating, Weight loss and Clinical psychology. Her studies in Health policy integrate themes in fields like Health education and Health administration.
Her primary areas of investigation include Environmental health, Public health, Meal, Medical education and Marketing. Her work in the fields of Fruit drinks overlaps with other areas such as Dietary intake. Many of her studies on Public health involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Physical activity level.
The Meal study combines topics in areas such as School meal and Competitive foods. Her Medical education research includes elements of Nutrition Education, Staff Attitudes and Best practice. Her work on Supply chain as part of general Marketing research is often related to Destinations, Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and Schedule, thus linking different fields of science.
Marlene B. Schwartz focuses on Marketing, Gerontology, Psychological intervention, Intervention and Medical education. Her studies deal with areas such as Food bank, Consistency, Policy analysis, Physical education and Public health as well as Marketing. Marlene B. Schwartz connects Gerontology with Adverse outcomes in her study.
Her Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Environmental health, Healthy food and Ethnically diverse. Her Intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Percentile and Childhood obesity. Marlene B. Schwartz has included themes like Nutrition Education, Staff Attitudes and Healthy eating in her Medical education study.
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Effects of Soft Drink Consumption on Nutrition and Health: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Lenny R. Vartanian;Marlene B. Schwartz;Kelly D. Brownell.
American Journal of Public Health (2007)
Weight Bias among Health Professionals Specializing in Obesity
Marlene B. Schwartz;Heather O Neal Chambliss;Kelly D. Brownell;Steven N. Blair.
Obesity Research (2003)
Schools and Obesity Prevention: Creating School Environments and Policies to Promote Healthy Eating and Physical Activity
Mary Story;Marilyn S. Nanney;Marlene B. Schwartz.
Milbank Quarterly (2009)
Obesity and body image.
Marlene B Schwartz;Kelly D Brownell.
Body Image (2004)
Personal Responsibility And Obesity: A Constructive Approach To A Controversial Issue
Kelly D. Brownell;Rogan Kersh;David S. Ludwig;Robert C. Post.
Health Affairs (2010)
Childhood obesity: a societal problem to solve.
M. B. Schwartz;R. Puhl.
Obesity Reviews (2003)
The influence of one's own body weight on implicit and explicit anti-fat bias.
Marlene B. Schwartz;Lenny R. Vartanian;Brian A. Nosek;Kelly D. Brownell.
The science on front-of-package food labels.
Kristy L Hawley;Christina A Roberto;Marie A Bragg;Peggy J Liu.
Public Health Nutrition (2013)
Weight stigmatization and bias reduction: perspectives of overweight and obese adults
Rebecca M Puhl;Corinne A Moss-Racusin;Marlene B Schwartz;Kelly D Brownell.
Health Education Research (2007)
Internalization of weight bias: Implications for binge eating and emotional well-being.
Rebecca M. Puhl;Corinne A. Moss-Racusin;Marlene B. Schwartz.
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