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Teresa Treat

Teresa Treat
PhD, Indiana University, 2000
312 STH
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Research Interests

Clinical-cognitive science
Sexual, social, and person perception
Sexual aggression between acquaintances
Disordered eating & food perception
Psychometrics & measurement development

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Representative Publications

Rizk*, M.T., & Treat, T.A. (in press). The effects of caloric education, trial-by-trial feedback, and their interaction on college-aged women’s abilities to estimate caloric content. Annals of Behavioral Medicine.

Treat, T.A., Church*, E.K., & Viken, R.J. (2017).Effects of gender, rape-supportive attitudes, and explicit instruction on perceptions of women’s momentary sexual interest.  Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 24, 979-986.

Treat, T.A., Viken, R.J., Farris*, C.A., & Smith*, J.R. (2016). Enhancing the accuracy of men’s perceptions of women's sexual interest in the laboratory.  Psychology of Violence, 6, 562-572.

Treat, T.A., Hinkel*, H., Smith*, J.R., & Viken, R.J. (2016). Men's perceptions of women's sexual interest: Effects of environmental context, sexual attitudes, and women's characteristics. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 1:8.

Rizk*, M.T., & Treat, T.A. (2014).  An indirect approach to the measurement of nutrient-specific perceptions of food healthiness.  Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 48, 17-25.


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