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Liam R Chawner
Liam R Chawner
Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Essex
Verified email at essex.ac.uk
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Interventions for increasing acceptance of new foods among children and adults with developmental disorders: a systematic review
LR Chawner, P Blundell-Birtill, MM Hetherington
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 49 (9), 3504-3525, 2019
352019
Utilising an integrated approach to developing liking for and consumption of vegetables in children.
LR Chawner, MM Hetherington
Physiology & Behavior 238, 113493, 2021
172021
Predictors of vegetable consumption in children and adolescents: analyses of the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey (2008–2017)
LR Chawner, P Blundell-Birtill, MM Hetherington
British Journal of Nutrition 126 (2), 295-306, 2021
162021
Construct validation of the Reasons Individuals Stop Eating Questionnaire (RISE-Q) and the development of the RISE-Q-15
LR Chawner, S Yu, PM Cunningham, BJ Rolls, MM Hetherington
Appetite 170, 105898, 2022
72022
Downsizing by design–investigating acceptance, choice and willingness to pay for portion control design concepts
T Tang, LR Chawner, R Chu, C Nekitsing, MM Hetherington
Food Quality and Preference 96, 104434, 2022
72022
Parental intentions to implement vegetable feeding strategies at home: A cross sectional study
LR Chawner, P Blundell-Birtill, MM Hetherington
Appetite 181, 106387, 2023
42023
From food preference development to responsive feeding–Selective studies to commemorate the life and work of Dr Leann Birch
MM Hetherington, LR Chawner
Appetite 175, 106051, 2022
32022
An online study examining children's selection of vegetables at mealtimes: The role of meal contexts, variety and liking
LR Chawner, P Blundell-Birtill, MM Hetherington
Appetite 169, 105803, 2022
32022
Children’s selection of vegetables versus competing foods: An online study examining the role of meal contexts, liking and familiarity.
LR Chawner, P Blundell-Birtill, MM Hetherington
Appetite 169, 105486, 2022
12022
Sensitivity to internal cues of satiation: relationship with BMI and intuitive eating
S Yu, LR Chawner, X Dai, MM Hetherington
Appetite 179, 106210, 2022
2022
Meal service vs experiential learning: An online investigation of parental intentions to implement healthy eating interventions with their children.
LR Chawner, P Blundell-Birtill, MM Hetherington
Appetite 179, 106222, 2022
2022
Exploring the association between satiety responsiveness, reasons to stop eating, mindfulness and interoceptive awareness.
S Yu, LR Chawner, MM Hetherington
Appetite 169, 105505, 2022
2022
Experiential Learning to Establish Children’s Preferences for Vegetables at Mealtimes
LR Chawner
University of Leeds, 2022
2022
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