Recent Publications

Recent Publications

Selected publications. The full list can be found on Dr. Tucker’s CV or through ORCID (ORCID ID: 0000-0002-6838-0105).

  1. Szczygiel EJ, Cho S, Tucker RM. The effect of sleep curtailment on hedonic responses to liquid and solid food.  Foods, 8(10):465, 2019
  2. Szczygiel EJ, Cho S, Tucker RM. Multiple dimensions of sweet taste perception altered after sleep curtailment.  PMID: 31461917.  Nutrients, 11(9):pii: E2015. doi: 10.3390/nu11092015, 2019
  3. Ellithorpe ME, Eden A, Hahn L, Ulsoy E, Yang CL, Tucker RM. Meal-concurrent media use is associated with increased dietary intake with no evidence of next meal compensation in free-living adults.  PMID: 31328893.  Obesity, 27(9):1418-1422, 2019
  4. Szyzcgiel E, Cho S, Tucker RM. Characterization of the relationships between sleep duration, quality, architecture and chemosensory function in non-obese males.  Food Quality and Preference, 75:105-112, 2019
  5. Yang C-L, Schnepp J, Tucker RM. Increased hunger, food cravings, food reward, and portion size selection after a night of modest sleep curtailment in women without obesity.  PMID: 30893841.  Nutrients, 11(3) 2019
  6. Abarintos RA, Jiminez JC, Tucker RM, Smutzer Development of a Regional Taste Test that uses edible circles for stimulus delivery.  Chemosensory Perception,  doi:10.1007/s12078-019-09265-9, 2019
  7. Tan S-Y and Tucker RM. Sweet taste as a predictor of dietary intake: A systematic review.  PMID: 30621253.  Nutrients, 11(3): doi:10.3390/nu11010094, 2019
  8. Ludy MJ, Tan S-Y, Leone RJ, Morgan AL, Tucker RM. Weight gain in first-semester university students:  Positive diet and sleep practices associated with protective effects.  PMID: 29753713.  Physiology & Behavior, 194:132-136, 2018
  9. Cherian S, Lee BS, Tucker RM, Lee K, Smutzer G. Toward improving medication adherence: The suppression of bitter taste in edible taste films.  PMID: 30046304.  Advances in Pharmacological Sciences, June 25:804383, 2018
  10. Ludy MJ, Crum AP, Young CA, Morgan AL, Tucker RM. First-year university students who self-select into health studies have more desirable health measures and behaviors at baseline but experience similar changes compared to non-self selected students.  PMID: 29547538.  Nutrients, 10:E362, 2018
  11. Szyzcgiel E, Cho S, Tucker RM. Characterization of the relationships between sleep duration, quality, architecture and chemosensory function in non-obese females.  PMID: 29522075.  Chemical Senses, 43:223-228, 2018
  12. Garneau NL, Nuessle TM, Mendelsberg B, Shepard S, Tucker RM. Sweet liker status in children and adults:  Consequences for beverage intake in adults.  PMID: 31320785.  Food Quality and Preference, 65:175-180, 2018
  13. Tucker RM and Tan S-Y. Do non-nutritive sweeteners influence acute glucose homeostasis in humans?  A systematic review.  PMID: 28939430.  Physiology & Behavior, 182:17-26, 2017
  14. Tucker RM, Kaiser K, Parman MA, George B, Allison DB, Mattes RD. Comparisons of fatty acid taste detection thresholds in people who are lean vs. overweight or obese:  A systematic review and meta-analysis.  PMID: 28060900.  PLOS One, 12(1):e0169583. 2017
  15. Smith SL, Ludy, MJ, Tucker RM. Changes in taste preference after sleep curtailment.  PMID: 27184237.  Physiology & Behavior, 163:228-233, 2016
  16. Dhillon J, Craig BA, Leidy HJ, Amankwaah AF, Anguah KO, Jacobs AG, Jones BL, Jones J, Keeler CL, Keller CE, McCrory MA, Rivera RL, Slebodnik M, Mattes RD, Tucker RM. The effects of increased protein intake on fullness: A meta-analysis and its limitations.  PMID: 26947338.  Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 116:968-983, 2016
  17. Steed CL, Krull BR, Ludy MJ, Tucker RM, Morgan AL. Relationship between body fat and physical fitness in Army ROTC Cadets.  PMID: 27612345.  Military Medicine, 181:1007-1012, 2016
  18. Dhillon J, Running CA, Tucker RM, & Mattes RD. Effects of food form on appetite and energy balance.  Food Quality and Preference, 48:368-375, 2016
  19. Ludy MJ, Tucker RM, Tan S-Y. Chemosensory properties of pungent spices: Their role in altering nutrient intake.  Chemosensory Perception, 8(3):131-137, 2015
  20. Tucker RM, Nuessle TM, Garneau NL, Smutzer G, Mattes No difference in perceived intensity of linoleic acid in the oral cavity between obese and non-obese adults.  PMID: 26232811.  Chemical Senses, 40(8): 557-563, 2015
  21. Tucker RM, Edlinger C, Craig B & Mattes RD. Associations between BMI and fat taste sensitivity in humans.  PMID: 24591531.  Chemical Senses, 39(4):349-357, 2014
  22. Running CA, Mattes RD & Tucker RM. Fat taste in humans:  Sources of within- and between-subject variability.  PMID: 23685198.  Progress in Lipid Research, 52(4):438-445, 2013
  23. Tucker RM & Mattes RD. Influences of repeated testing and testing methodology on non-esterified fatty acid taste.  PMID: 23377369.  Chemical Senses, 8(4):325-332, 2013
  24. Tucker RM & Mattes RD. Are free fatty acids effective taste stimuli in humans?  PMID: 22384969.  Journal of Food Science, 77(3):S148-S151, 2012