Recent Publications

Recent Publications

Most recent publications as of January 2021. The full list can be found on Dr. Tucker’s CV or through ORCID (ORCID ID: 0000-0002-6838-0105).

  1. Du C, Zan MCH, Cho MJ, Fenton JI, Hsiao PY…Tucker RM. The effects of sleep quality and resilience on perceived stress, dietary behaviors, and alcohol misuse: A mediation-moderation analysis of higher education students from 7 countries during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nutrients. In press
  2. Tan S-Y, Sotirelis E, Bojeh R, Maan I, Medalle M, Chik F X-S, Keast R, Tucker RM. Is dietary intake associated with salt taste function and perception in adults? A systematic review. Food Quality and Preference. In press
  3. Du C, Zan MCH, Cho MJ, Fenton JI, Hsiao PY…Tucker RM. Health behaviors of higher education students from 7 countries: Poorer sleep quality during the COVID-19 pandemic predicts higher dietary risk. PMID:  Clocks & Sleep. 3(1):12-30, 2021
  4. Yang C-L & Tucker RM. Beneficial effects of a high protein breakfast on fullness disappear after a night of short sleep in nonobese, premenopausal women. PMID: 33259829. Physiology & Behavior, 2021
  5. Kiss N, Symons K, Hewitt J, Davis H, Ting C, Lee A, Boltong A, Tucker RM, Tan S-Y. Taste function in adults undergoing cancer radiotherapy or chemotherapy, and implications for nutrition management: A systematic review. PMID: 33071205. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 121(2):278-304, 2021
  6. Du C, Zan MCH, Cho MJ, Fenton JI, Hsiao PY…Tucker RM. Increased resilience weakens the relationship between perceived stress and anxiety on sleep quality: A moderated mediation analysis of higher education students from 7 countries. PMID: 33089208. Clocks & Sleep. 2(3). 3390/clockssleep2030025, 2020
  7. Haddad EN, Sugino KY, Tucker RM, Comstock SS. Gut enterotypes are stable during probiotic supplementation. PMID: 32267970. Journal of Food Science, 85(5):1596-1604, 2020
  8. Burcham Z, Garneau NL, Comstock SS, Tucker RM, Knight R, Metcalf J. Patterns of Oral Microbiota Diversity in Adults and Children: A Crowdsourced Population Study. PMID: 32034250. Scientific Reports, 10(1):2133, 2020
  9. Szczygiel EJ, Cho S, Tucker RM. The effect of sleep curtailment on hedonic responses to liquid and solid food. PMID: 31658647. Foods, 8(10):465, 2019
  10. Szczygiel EJ, Cho S, Tucker RM. Multiple dimensions of sweet taste perception altered after sleep curtailment. PMID: 31461917. Nutrients, 11(9):pii:E2015, 2019
  11. 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
  12. Szczygiel 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
  13. 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
  14. Abarintos RA, Jiminez JC, Tucker RM, Smutzer Development of a Regional Taste Test that uses edible circles for stimulus delivery. PMID: 31827664. Chemosensory Perception, 12:115-124, 2019
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. Szczygiel 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
  20. 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