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1. Hogan, J., & Rozin, P. (1961). An automatic device for dispensing food kept in a liquid medium. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 4, 81 83. 2. Rozin, P., & Mayer, J. (1961). Regulation of food intake in the goldfish. American Journal of Physiology, 201, 968 974. 3. Rozin, P., & Mayer, J. (1961). Thermal reinforcement and thermoregulatory behavior in the goldfish, Carassius auratus. Science, 134, 942 943. Reprinted in: E. Satinoff (Ed.), (1981). Thermoregulation. Benchmark Papers in Behavior, Volume l3. New York: Academic Press. 4. Hogan, J., & Rozin, P. (1962). An improved mechanical fish lever. American Journal of Psychology, 75, 307 308. 5. Rozin, P., Wells, C., & Mayer, J. (1964). Specific hunger for thiamine: Vitamin in water versus vitamin in food. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 57, 78 84. 6. Rozin, P. (1964). Comparative biology of feeding patterns and mechanisms. Federation Proceedings, 23, 60 65. 7. Rozin, P., & Mayer, J. (1964). Some factors influencing short term food intake in the goldfish. American Journal of Physiology, 206, 1430 1436. 8. Rozin, P. (1965). Specific hunger for thiamine. Recovery from deficiency and thiamine preference. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 59, 98 101. 9. Rozin, P. (1965). Temperature independence of an arbitrary temporal discrimination in the goldfish. Science, 149, 561 563. 10. Rodgers, W., & Rozin, P. (1966). Novel food preferences in thiamine deficient rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 61, 1 4. 11. Rozin, P., & Rodgers, W. (1967). Novel diet preferences in vitamin deficient rats and rats recovered from vitamin deficiency. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63, 421 428. 12. Rozin, P. (1967). Thiamine specific hunger. In C. F. Code (Ed.), Handbook of Physiology, Section 6, Alimentary Canal, Volume l: Control of Food and Water Intake. (pp. 411 432). Washington, D.C.: American Physiological Society. 13. Rozin, P. (1967). Specific aversions as a component of specific hungers. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 64, 237 242. Reprinted in: M. E. P. Seligman, & J. Hager (Eds.), (1972). Biological Boundaries of Learning. (pp. 51 58). New York: Appleton Century Crofts. 14. Rozin, P. (1968). Are carbohydrate and protein intakes separately regulated? Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 65, 23 29. 15. Rozin, P. (1968). Specific aversions and neophobia as a consequence of vitamin deficiency and/or poisoning in half wild and domestic rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 66, 82 88. 16. Rozin, P. (1968). The use of poikilothermy as a tool in the analysis of behavior. In D. Ingle (Ed.), The Central Nervous System and Behavior of Fishes (pp. 181 192). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 17. Rozin, P. (1969). Central or peripheral mediation of learning with long CS US intervals in the feeding system. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 67, 421 429. Reprinted in: Bobbs Merrill Reprint Series in Psychology. P 793. 18. Teitelbaum, P., Cheng, M F., & Rozin, P. (1969) Stages of recovery and development of lateral hypothalamic control of food and water intake. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 157, 849 860. 19. Teitelbaum, P., Cheng, M F., & Rozin, P. (1969). Development of feeding parallels its recovery after hypothalamic damage. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 67, 430 441. 20. Rozin, P. (1969). Adaptive food sampling patterns in vitamin deficient rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 69, 126 132. 21. Kalat, J. W. & Rozin, P. (1970). "Salience:" A factor which can over ride temporal contiguity in taste aversion learning. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 71, 192 197. 22. Rozin, P., Poritsky, S., & Sotsky, R. (1971). American children with reading problems can easily learn to read English represented by Chinese characters. Science, 171, 1264 1267. Reprinted in: F. Smith (Ed.). (1973). Psycholinguistics and Reading (pp. 106 115). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 23. Cheng, M F., Rozin, P. & Teitelbaum, P. (1971). Starvation retards the development of food and water regulations. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 76, 206 218. 24. Kalat, J. W., & Rozin, P. (1971). The role of interference in taste aversion learning. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 77, 53 58. 25. Rozin, P., & Kalat, J. W. (1971). Specific hungers and poison avoidance as adaptive specializations of learning. Psychological Review, 78, 459 486. 26. Gleitman, H., & Rozin, P. (1971). Learning and memory. In W. S. Hoar & D. J. Randall (Eds.), Fish Physiology, Volume 6 (pp. 191 278). New York: Academic Press. 27. Rozin, P., & Kalat, J. W. (1972). Learning as a situation specific adaptation. In M. E. P. Seligman & J. L. Hager (Eds.), Biological Boundaries of Learning (pp. 66 96). New York: Appleton Century Crofts. 28. Kalat, J. W., & Rozin, P. (1972). You can lead a rat to poison but you can't make him think. In M. E. P. Seligman & J. L. Hager (Eds.), Biological Boundaries of Learning (pp. 115 122). New York: Appleton Century Crofts. 29. Rozin, P., & Ree, P. (1972). Long extension of effective CS US interval by anesthesia between CS and US. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 80, 43 48. 30. Kurtz, R. G., Rozin, P., & Teitelbaum, P. (1972). Ventromedial hypothalamic hyperphagia in the hypophysectomized weanling rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 80, 19 25. 31. Kalat, J. W., & Rozin, P. (1973). Learned safety as a mechanism in rat's long delay taste aversion learning. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 83, 198 207. 32. Gleitman, L. R., & Rozin, P. (1973). Teaching reading by use of a syllabary. Reading Research Quarterly, 8, 447 483. 33. Gleitman, L. R., & Rozin, P. (1973). Phoenician go home? Reading Research Quarterly, 8, 494 501. 34. Rozin, P., Bressman, B., & Taft, M. (1974). Do children understand the basic relationship between speech and writing? The mow motorcycle test. Journal of Reading Behavior, 6, 327 334. 35. Jonides, J., Kahn, R., & Rozin, P. (1975). Imagery instructions improve memory in blind subjects. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 5, 424 426. 36. Rozin, P. (1976). The selection of food by rats, humans and other animals. In J. Rosenblatt, R. A. Hinde, C. Beer, & E. Shaw (Eds.), Advances in the Study of Behavior, Volume 6 (pp. 21 76). New York: Academic Press. 37. Rozin, P. (1976). The evolution of intelligence and access to the cognitive unconscious. In J. A. Sprague & A. N. Epstein (Eds.), Progress in Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology, Volume 6 (pp. 245 280). New York: Academic Press. 38. Rozin, P. (1976). The psychobiological approach to human memory. In M. R. Rosenzweig & E. L. Bennett (Eds.), Neural Mechanisms of Learning and Memory (pp. 3 46). Cambridge, Massachusetts: M. I. T. Press. 39. Rozin, P. (1976). The little man in the head. In M. R. Rosenzweig & E. L. Bennett (Eds.), Neural Mechanisms of Learning and Memory (pp. 47 48). Cambridge, Massachusetts: M. I. T. Press. 40. Rozin, P. (1976). Psychobiological and cultural determinants of food choice. In T. Silverstone (Ed.), Dahlem Workshop on Appetite and Food Intake (pp. 285 312). Berlin: Dahlem Konferenzen. 41. Rozin, P. (1976). Curt Richter: The compleat psychobiologist. In E. Blass (Ed.), The Psychobiology of Curt Richter (pp. xv xxviii). Baltimore: York. 42. Gleitman, L. R., & Rozin, P. (1977). Structure and acquisition of reading. I. Relations between orthographies and the structure of language. In A. S. Reber & D. Scarborough (Eds.), Toward a Psychology of Reading (pp. 1 53). Potomac, Maryland: Erlbaum. 43. Rozin, P., & Gleitman, L. R. (1977). The structure and acquisition of reading. II. The reading process and the acquisition of the alphabetic principle. In A. S. Reber & D. Scarborough (Eds.), Toward a Psychology of Reading (pp. 55 141). Potomac, Maryland: Erlbaum. 44. Rozin, P., & Jonides, J. (1977). Mass reaction time: Measurement of the speed of the nerve impulse and the duration of mental processes in class. Teaching of Psychology, 4, 91 94. 45. Rozin, P., & Gleitman, L. R. (1977). Syllabary. (An introductory reading curriculum). Washington, D. C.: Curriculum Development Associates. 46. Rozin, P. (1977). The significance of learning mechanisms in food selection: Some biology, psychology and sociology of science. In L. M. Barker, M. Best, & M. Domjan (Eds.), Learning Mechanisms in Food Selection (pp. 557 589). Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press. 47. Rozin, P. (1978). The use of characteristic flavorings in human culinary practice. In C. M. Apt (Ed.), Flavor: Its Chemical, Behavioral and Commercial Aspects (pp. 101 127). Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. 48. Rozin, P. (1978). A structural approach to the acquisition of basic alphabetic principles. In A. C. Catania & T. A. Brigham (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Behavior Analysis: Social and Instructional Processes (pp. 410 453). New York: Irvington. 49. Rozin, P., Gruss, L., & Berk, G. (1979). The reversal of innate aversions: Attempts to induce a preference for chili peppers in rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 93, 1001 1014. 50. Rozin, P. (1979). Preference and affect in food selection. In J. H. A. Kroeze (Ed.), Preference Behavior and Chemoreception (pp. 289 302). London: Information Retrieval. 51. Rozin, P., & Schiller, D. (1980). The nature and acquisition of a preference for chili pepper by humans. Motivation and Emotion, 4, 77 101. 52. Rozin, P., & Kalat, J. W. (1980). Citation classic: Commentary on Rozin & Kalat (1971) Psychological Review Paper. Current Contents, 12, (Number l3), 14. 53. Rozin, P., & Fallon, A. E. (1980). The psychological categorization of foods and non foods: A preliminary taxonomy of food rejections. Appetite, 1, 193 201. 54. Rozin, P. (1980). Human food selection: Why do we know so little and what can we do about it? International Journal of Obesity, 4, 333 337. 55. Rozin, P. (1980). Acquisition of food preferences and attitudes to food. International Journal of Obesity, 4, 356 363. 56. Rozin, P., & Fallon, A. E. (1981). The acquisition of likes and dislikes for foods. In J. Solms and R. L. Hall (Eds.), Criteria of Food Acceptance: How Man Chooses What He Eats. A Symposium (pp. 35 48). Zurich: Forster. Reprinted in abbreviated form, under same title, in: Kellogg Nutrition Symposium. (1982), 74 90. Rexdale, Ontario: Kellogg Salada Canada. 57. Rozin, E., & Rozin, P. (1981). Culinary themes and variations. Natural History, 90(2), 6 14. Reprinted in abbreviated form under the title: "Why different flavored foods?" The Professional Nutritionist, 13(3), 1 2. 58. Rozin, P., Mark, M., & Schiller, D. (1981). The role of desensitization to capsaicin in chili pepper ingestion and preference. Chemical Senses, 6, 23 31. 59. Jonides, J., & Rozin, P. (1981). Study Guide for Gleitman's PSYCHOLOGY. (outlines, questions, experiments and activities to accompany Psychology by Henry Gleitman). New York: W. W. Norton. 60. Rozin, E., & Rozin, P. (1981). Some surprisingly unique characteristics of human food preferences. In A. Fenton & T. M. Owen (Eds.), Food in Perspective (pp. 243 252). Edinburgh: John Donald. 61. Rozin, P. (1981). Explaining diversity and searching for general processes: isn't there a middle ground? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 4, 157 158. 62. Rozin, E., & Rozin, P. (1981). Food selection. In D. J. McFarland (Ed.), Oxford Companion to Animal Behavior. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 63. Rozin, P. (1981). The study of human food selection and the problem of "Stage One Science." In S. Miller (Ed.), Nutrition and Behavior (pp. 9 18). Philadelphia: Franklin Institute Press. 64. Rozin, P., Ebert, L., & Schull, J. (1982). Some like it hot: A temporal analysis of hedonic responses to chili pepper. Appetite, 3, 13 22. 65. Cines, B. M., & Rozin, P. (1982). Some aspects of the liking for hot coffee and coffee flavor. Appetite, 3, 23 34. 66. Rozin, P. (1982). "Taste smell confusions" and the duality of the olfactory sense. Perception and Psychophysics, 31, 397 401. 67. Rozin, P., & Cines, B. M. (1982). Ethnic differences in coffee use and attitudes to coffee. Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 12, 79 89. 68. Rozin, P. (1982). Human food selection: The interaction of biology, culture and individual experience. In L. M. Barker (Ed.), The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection (pp. 225 254). Bridgeport, Connecticut: AVI. 69. Pelchat, M. L. & Rozin, P. (1982). The special role of nausea in the acquisition of food dislikes by humans. Appetite, 3, 341 351. 70. Fallon, A. E., & Rozin, P. (1983). The psychological bases of food rejections by humans. Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 13, 15 26. 71. Pelchat, M. L., Grill, H. J., Rozin, P., & Jacobs, J. (1983). Quality of acquired response to taste depends on type of associated discomfort. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 97, 140 153. 72. Rozin, P., & Kennel, K. (1983). Acquired preferences for piquant foods by chimpanzees. Appetite, 4, 69 77. 73. Zellner, D. A., Rozin, P., Aron, M., & Kulish, C. (1983). Conditioned enhancement of human's liking for flavors by pairing with sweetness. Learning and Motivation, 14, 338 350. 74. Rozin, P., Fallon, A. E., & Mandell, R. (1984). Family resemblance in attitudes to food. Developmental Psychology, 20, 309 314 75. Fallon, A. E., Rozin, P., & Pliner, P. (1984). The child's conception of food: The development of food rejections with special reference to disgust and contamination sensitivity. Child Development, 55, 566 575. 76. Rozin, P., Reff, D., Mark, M., & Schull, J. (1984). Conditioned opponent responses in human tolerance to caffeine. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 22, 117 120. 77. Rozin, P. (1984). Disorders of the Nervous System. Chapter in: D. Rosenhan & M. E. P. Seligman, Abnormal Psychology (pp. 545 589). New York: W. W. Norton. 78. Rozin, P. (1984). The acquisition of food habits and preferences. In J. D. Matarazzo, S. M. Weiss, J. A. Herd, N. E. Miller, & S. M. Weiss (Eds.), Behavioral Health. A Handbook of Health Enhancement and Disease Prevention. (Pp. 590 607). New York: John Wiley. 79. Diamond, R. J., & Rozin, P. (1984). Activation of existing memories in anterograde amnesia. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 93, 98 105. 80. Fallon, A. E., & Rozin, P. (1985). Sex differences in perception of desirable body shape. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 94, 102 105. 81. Rozin, P. (1985). In good taste, or not? A reply to McGrew. Appetite, 6, 85 86. 82. Rozin, P., & Fallon, A. E. (1985). That's disgusting. Psychology Today, 7 (July), 60 63. 83. Rozin, P., & Zellner, D. A. (1985). The role of Pavlovian conditioning in the acquisition of food likes and dislikes. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 443, 189 202. 84. Rozin, P., Fallon, A. E., & Augustoni Ziskind, M. (1985). The child's conception of food: The development of contamination sensitivity to "disgusting" substances. Developmental Psychology, 21, 1075 1079. 85. Pliner, P., Rozin, P., Cooper, M., and Woody, G. (1985). Role of specific postingestional effects and medicinal context in the acquisition of liking for tastes. Appetite, 6, 243 252. 86. Lawless, H., Rozin, P., & Shenker, J. (1985). Effects of oral capsaicin on gustatory, olfactory and irritant sensations and flavor identification in humans who regularly or rarely consume chili pepper. Chemical Senses, 10, 579 589. 87. Rozin, P., Fallon, A. E., & Augustoni Ziskind, M. (1986). The child's conception of food: Development of categories of accepted and rejected substances. Journal of Nutrition Education, 18, 75 81. 88. Rozin, P., & Fallon, A. E. (1986). The acquisition of likes and dislikes for foods. In: What is America Eating? (pp. 58 71). Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. 89. Rozin, P., Hammer, L., Oster, H., Horowitz, T., & Marmara, V. (1986). The child's conception of food: Differentiation of categories of rejected substances in the 1.4 to 5 year age range. Appetite, 7, 141 151. 90. Rozin, P., Millman, L., & Nemeroff, C. (1986). Operation of the laws of sympathetic magic in disgust and other domains. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 50, 703 712. 91. Rozin, P., & Vollmecke, T. (1986). Food likes and dislikes. Annual Review of Nutrition, 6, 433 456. 92. Rozin, P. (1986). One trial acquired likes and dislikes in humans: Disgust as a US, food predominance and negative learning predominance. Learning and Motviation, 17, 180 189. 93. Rozin, P., Pelchat, M. L., & Fallon, A. E. (1986). Psychological factors influencing food choice. In C. Ritson, L. Gofton & J. McKenzie (Eds.), The Food Consumer (pp. 85 106). Chichester, England: John Wiley. 94. Rozin, P. (1986). Sweetness, sensuality, sin, safety and socialization: Some speculations. In J. Dobbing (Ed.), Sweetness (pp. 99 110). London: Springer Verlag. 95. Rozin, P., & Fallon, A. E. (1987). A perspective on disgust. Psychological Review, 94, 23 41. 96. Rozin, P. (1987). Psychobiological perspectives on food preferences and avoidances. In M. Harris & E. Ross (Eds.), Food and Evolution (pp. 181 206). Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 97. Rozin, P., & Millman, L. (1987). Family environment, not heredity, accounts for family resemblances in food preferences and attitudes. Appetite, 8, 125 134. 98. Nemeroff, C., & Rozin, P. (1987). Sympathetic magic in kosher practice and belief at the limits of the law of Kashrut. Jewish Folklore & Ethnology Review, 9(1), 31 32. 99. Rozin, P. (1988). Cultural approaches to human food preferences. In J. Morley, M. B. Sterman & J. Walsh (Eds.), Nutritional modulation of neural function (pp. 137 153). New York: Academic Press. 100. Rozin, P. (1988). Social learning about foods by humans. In T. Zentall & B. G. Galef, Jr. (Eds.), Social learning: A comparative approach (pp. 165 187). Hillsdale, N. J.: Erlbaum. 101. Rozin, P. (1988). Obesity and food preference: Measurements in search of meanings. In N. Krasnegor, G. Grave & N. Kretchmer (Eds.), Childhood obesity: A biobehavioral perspective (pp. 77 88). Caldwell, N. J.: The Telford Press. 102. Rozin, P., & Schull, J. (1988). The adaptive evolutionary point of view in experimental psychology. In R. C. Atkinson, R. J. Herrnstein, G. Lindzey, & R. D. Luce (Eds.), Handbook of Experimental Psychology (pp. 503 546). New York: Wiley Interscience. 103. Rozin, P., & Fallon, A. E. (1988). Body image, attitudes to weight, and misperceptions of figure preferences of the opposite sex: A comparison of males and females in two generations. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 97, 342 345. 104. McCauley, C., Thangavelu, K., & Rozin, P. (1988). Sex stereotyping of occupations in relation to television representations and census facts. Basic & Applied Social Psychology, 9, 197 212. 105. Zellner, D. A., Stewart, W. F., Rozin, P., & Brown, J. M. (1988). Effect of temperature and expectations on liking for beverages. Physiology & Behavior, 44, 61 68. 106. Rozin, P., & Pelchat, M. L. (1988). Memories of mammaries: Adaptations to weaning from milk in mammals. In A. N. Epstein & A. Morrison (Eds.). Advances in Psychobiology, Volume 13 (pp. 1 29). New York, Academic Press. 107. Trope, I., Rozin, P., and Gur, R. C. (1988). Validation of the lateral limits technique with a callosotomy patient. Neuropsychologia, 26, 673 684. 108. Moscovitch, M., & Rozin, P. (1989). Disorders of the nervous system. In D. Rosenhan & M. E. P. Seligman, Abnormal Psychology (2nd edition). New York: W. W. Norton. 109. Nemeroff, C., & Rozin, P. (1989). "You are what you eat:" Applying the demand-free "impressions" technique to an unacknowledged belief. Ethos. The Journal of Psychological Anthropology, 17, 50 69. 110. Rozin, P. (1989). The role of learning in the acquisition of food preferences by humans. In R. Shepherd (Ed.), Handbook of the psychophysiology of human eating (pp. 205 227). Chichester, England: Wiley. 111. Casey, R., & Rozin, P. (1989). Changing children's food preferences: Parent opinions. Appetite, 12, 171 182. 112. Rozin, P., Nemeroff, C., Wane, M., and Sherrod, A. (1989). Operation of the sympathetic magical law of contagion in interpersonal attitudes among Americans. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 27, 367 370. 113. Rozin, P. (1989). Disorders of food selection: The compromise of pleasure. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 575, 376 385. 114. Rozin, P., & Shenker, J. (1989). Liking cold and hot irritant sensations Specificity to type of irritant and locus of stimulation. Chemical Senses, 14, 771 779. 115. Rozin, P., & Nemeroff, C. J. (1990). The laws of sympathetic magic: A psychological analysis of similarity and contagion. In J. Stigler, G. Herdt & R. A. Shweder (Eds.), Cultural Psychology: Essays on comparative human development (pp. 205 232). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. 116. Rozin, P. (1990). Getting to like the burn of chili pepper: Biological, psychological and cultural perspectives. In B. G. Green, J. R. Mason & M. R. Kare (Eds.), Chemical senses, Volume 2: Irritation (pp. 231 269). New York: Marcel Dekker. 117. Rozin, P. (1990) The acquisition of stable food preferences. Nutrition Reviews, 48, 106 113. 118. Rozin, P. (1990). Social and moral aspects of eating. In I. Rock (Ed.), The legacy of Solomon Asch: Essays in cognition and social psychology (pp. 97 110). Potomac, Maryland: Lawrence Erlbaum. 119. Rozin, P. (1990). Curt Paul Richter (1894 1988) (Obituary). American Psychologist, 45, 771 772. 120. Rozin, P. (1990). Development in the food domain. Developmental Psychology, 26, 555 562. 121. Rozin, P., Markwith, M., & Ross, B. (1990). The sympathetic magical law of similarity, nominal realism and the neglect of negatives in response to negative labels. Psychological Science, 1, 383 384. 122. Rozin, P., & Schulkin, J. Food selection. (1990). In E. M. Stricker (ed.), Handbook of Behavioral Neurobiology, Volume 10, Food and water intake (pp. 297 328). New York: Plenum. 123. Rozin, P. (1990). The importance of social factors in understanding the acquisition of food habits. In E. D. Capaldi & T. L. Powley (Eds.), Taste, experience and feeding (pp. 255 269). American Psychological Association. 124. Rozin, P., & Markwith, M. (1991). Cross domain variety seeking in food choice. Appetite, 16, 57 59. 125. Rozin, P. (1991). Family resemblance in food and other domains: The family paradox and the role of parental congruence. Appetite, 16, 93 102. 126. Rozin, P., Levine, E., & Stoess, C. (1991). Chocolate craving and liking. Appetite, 17, 199-212. 127. Nemeroff, C., & Rozin, P. (1992). Sympathetic magical beliefs and kosher dietary practice: The interaction of rules and feelings. Ethos, 20, 96-115. 128. Trope, I., Rozin, P., Nelson, D. K., & Gur, R. C. (1992). Information processing in the separated hemispheres of callosotomy patients: Does the analytic holistic dichotomy hold? Brain & Cognition, 19, 123-147. 129. Rozin, P. (1992). Why we eat, why we eat it, and why we worry so much about it. Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences, Science and Public Policy Seminars (pp. 1-12). Washington, D. C.: Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences._ 130. Rozin, P., Markwith, M., & Nemeroff, C. (1992). Magical contagion beliefs and fear of AIDS. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 22, 1081-1092. 131. Rozin, P. (1992). Learning and memory in human food selection. In L. R. Squire (ed.), Encyclopedia of Learning and Memory (Pp. 171-173). New York: Macmillan. 132. Rozin, P., & Stoess, C. (1993) Is there a general tendency to become addicted? Addictive Behaviors, 18, 81-87. 133. Rozin, P. (1993). Food and cuisine: Education, risk and pleasure. Journal of Gastronomy, 7, 111-120. 134. Rozin, P. (1993). Psychological aspects of the use of low-calorie foods: Changing beliefs and preferences. In A. Altschul (Ed.), Low-Calorie Foods Handbook, (pp. 535-550). New York: Marcel Dekker. 135. Rosen, A., & Rozin, P. (1993). Now you see it....Now you don't: The preschool child's conception of invisible particles in the context of dissolving. Developmental Psychology, 29, 300-311. 136. Redelmeier, D., Rozin, P, & Kahneman, D. (1993). Understanding patient's decisions: Cognitive and emotional perspectives. Journal of the American Medical Association, 270, 72-76. 137. Rozin, P., Haidt, J., & McCauley, C. R. (1993). Disgust. In M. Lewis & J. Haviland (eds.). Handbook of emotions (pp. 575-594). New York: Guilford. 138. Rozin, P., & Tuorila, H. (1993). Simultaneous and temporal contextual influences on food choice. Food quality and preference, 4, 11-20. 139. Rozin, P. (1994). Food enculturation. In B. G. Galef, Jr., M. Mainardi & P. Valsecchi (Eds.) Behavioral aspects of feeding (pp. 203-228). Chur, Switzerland: Harwood Academic Publishers. 140. Rozin, P., Lowery, L., & Ebert, R. (1994). Varieties of disgust faces and the structure of disgust. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 66, 870-881. 141. Haidt, J., McCauley, C. R., & Rozin, P. (1994). Individual differences in sensitivity to disgust: A scale sampling seven domains of disgust elicitors. Personality and Individual Differences, 16, 701-713. 142. Rozin, P., Markwith, M., & McCauley, C. R. (1994). Sensitivity to indirect contacts with other persons: AIDS aversion as a composite of aversion to strangers, infection, moral taint and misfortune. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 103, 495-504. 143. Michener, W. A., & Rozin, P. (1994). Pharmacological vs. sensory factors in the satiation of chocolate craving. Physiology & Behavior, 56, 419-422. 144. Rozin, P. (1994). La magie sympathique. In: Ed. C. Fischler, Manger magique (pp. 22-37). Paris: Editions Autremont. 145. Nemeroff, C., & Rozin, P. (1994). The contagion concept in adult thinking in the United States: Transmission of germs and interpersonal influence. Ethos, 22, 158-186. 146. Rozin, P. (1995). Des gouts et degouts. In S. Bessis (ed.), Mille et une bouches. Cuisines et identites culturelles (pp. 96-105). Paris: Editions Autrement. 147A. Rozin, P. (1995). Thinking about and choosing food: Biological, psychological and cultural perspectives. In L. Dube, J. Le Bel, C. Tougas & V. Troche (Eds.). Health and pleasure at the table (pp. 173-193). Montreal, Canada: Enjeux actuels du marketing dans l'alimentation at la restauration. (Edited version of publication # 129). 147B. Rozin, P. (1995). Les perceptions et les choix alimentaires: Approches biologique, psychologique, et culturelle. In L. Dube, J. Le Bel, C. Tougas & V. Troche (Eds.). Sante et plaisir: A chaque bouchee (pp. 189-212). Montreal, Canada: Enjeux actuels du marketing dans l'alimentation at la restauration. (Edited version of publication # 129). 148. Todrank, J., Byrnes, D., Wrzesniewski, A., & Rozin, P. (1995). Odors can change preferences for people in photographs: A cross-modal evaluative conditioning study with olfactory USs and Visual CSs. Learning & Motivation, 26, 116-140. 149. Rozin, P., Nemeroff, C., Horowitz, M., Gordon, B., & Voet, W. (1995). The borders of the self: Contamination sensitivity and potency of the mouth, other apertures and body parts. Journal of Research in Personality, 29, 318-340. 150. Rozin, P. (1996). Towards a psychology of food and eating: From motivation to model to meaning, morality and metaphor. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 5, 1-7. 151. Rozin, P. (1996). Sociocultural influences on food selection. In. E. D. Capaldi & T. Powley (eds.). The psychology of eating (pp. 233-263). American Psychological Association. 152. Rozin, P. (1996). The socio/cultural context of eating and food choice. In H. MacFie & H. Meiselman (Eds.), Food choice, acceptance and consumption. (Pp. 83-104). Glasgow, UK: Blackie Academic & Professional. 153. Rozin, P. (1996). The flavor-fusion illusion: The psychology of flavor. Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Manufacturing Confectioners’ Association, Fiftieth Golden Anniversary Production Conference, 47-51. 154. Rozin, P., Ashmore, M. B., & Markwith, M. (1996). Lay American conceptions of nutrition: Dose insensitivity, categorical thinking, contagion, and the monotonic mind.. Health Psychology, 15, 438-447.. 155. Rozin, P. Why we eat what we eat. (1997). Bulletin: The American Academy of Arts and Sciences. L (5), 26-48. (Adapted from reference # 129). 156. Wrzesniewski, A., McCauley, C. R., Rozin, P., & Schwartz, B. (1997). Jobs, careers and callings: A tripartite categorization of people's relations to their work. Journal of Research in Personality, 31, 21-33.. 157. Rozin, P., Markwith, M., & Stoess, C. (1997). Moralization: Becoming a vegetarian, the conversion of preferences into values and the recruitment of disgust. Psychological Science, 8, 67-73.. 158. Haidt, J., Rozin, P., McCauley, C. R., & Imada, S. (1997). Body, psyche and culture: The relationship between disgust and morality. to appear in G. Misra (ed.), Psychology and Developing Societies, 1, 107-131. 159. Brandt, A., & Rozin, P. (Eds.) (1997). Morality and Health (New York: Routledge). 160. Brandt, A., & Rozin, P. (1997). Introduction. In A. Brandt & P. Rozin (Eds.). Morality and health. (Pp. 1-11). (New York: Routledge). 161. Rozin, P. (1997). Moralization. In A. Brandt & P. Rozin (Eds.). Morality and health (pp. 379-401) (New York: Routledge). 162. Gleitman, H., Rozin, P., & Sabini, J. (1997). Solomon E. Asch (Obituary). American Psychologist, 52, 984-985. 163. Rozin, P. (1997). Viande, psychologie et culture. In Actes du colloque: Le boeuf, le Charolais a table. Proceedings of Etats generaux de la gastronomie francaise, 47eme session, Dijon, France, 10 November, 1996. 164. Rozin, P., Haidt, J., McCauley, C. R., & Imada, S. (1997). The cultural evolution of disgust. In H. M. Macbeth (ed.). Food preferences and taste: Continuity and change (pp. 65-82). Oxford, U.K.: Berghahn. 165. Rozin, P. (1997). Disgust faces, basal ganglia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder: Some strange brainfellows. A comment on “‘A specific neural substrate for perceiving facial expressions of disgust’ by Phillips et al..” Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 1, 321-322. 166. Rozin, P. (1998). Towards a psychology of food choice. Danone Chair Monograph. Brussels, Belgium: Institut Danone. (collection of Rozin reprints and two brief original articles). 167. Rozin, P., Dow, S., Moscovitch, M., & Rajaram, S. (1998). The role of memory for recent eating experiences in onset and cessation of meals. Evidence from the amnesic syndrome. Psychological Science, 9, 392-396. 168. Rozin, P., Wrzesniewski, A., & Byrnes, D. (1998). The elusiveness of evaluative conditioning. Learning & Motivation, 29, 397-415.. 169. Miller, L. F., Fiske, A., & Rozin, P. (1998). The social meaning of sharing food in the United States. European Journal of Social Psychology, 28, 423-436.. 170. Rozin, P. (1998). Evolution and development of brains and cultures: some basic principles and interactions. In M S. Gazzaniga and J. S. Altman (eds.) Brain and Mind: evolutionary perspectives (pp. 111-123). Strasbourg, France: Human Frontier Science Program. 171. Rozin, P. (1998). Reflexion sur l’alimentation et ses risques. Perspectives psychologiques et culturelles. In M. Apfelbaum (editor). Risques et peurs alimentaires.(pp. 135-147). Paris: Odile Jacob. 172. Rozin, P., Haidt, J., & McCauley, C. R. (1999). Disgust: The body and soul emotion. In T. Dalgleish & M. Power (eds.) Handbook of Cognition and Emotion (Pp. 429-445). Chichester, U. K.: John Wiley. 173. Rozin, P. (1999). Food is fundamental, fun, frightening, and far-reaching. Social Research, 66, 9-30. 173a. (Translated and printed in German): Rozin, P. (2000). Essen ist essentiell, erfreulich, ershreckend und expansiv. Internationaler Arbeitkreis fur Kulturforschung des Essens, 5, 2-13. 174. Rozin, P., Lowery, L., Imada, S., & Haidt, J. (1999). The CAD triad hypothesis: A mapping between three moral emotions (contempt, anger, disgust) and three moral codes (community, autonomy, divinity). Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 76, 574-586 175. Rozin, P., & Nemeroff, C. (1999). Magic and superstition. In R. A. Wilson & F. C. Keil (eds.). The MIT encyclopedia of the cognitive sciences, (Pp. 503-505). Cambridge, MA.: MIT Press. 176. Rozin, P., & Singh, L. (1999). The moralization of cigarette smoking in America. Journal of Consumer Behavior, 8, 321-337. 177. Rozin, P. (1999). The process of moralization Psychological Science, 10, 218-221. 178. Rozin, P. (1999). Preadaptation and the puzzles and properties of pleasure. In D. Kahneman, E. Diener & N. Schwarz (eds.). Well being: The foundations of hedonic psychology. (Pp. 109-133). New York: Russell Sage. 179. Rozin, P., Haidt, J., McCauley, C. R., Dunlop, L., & Ashmore, M. (1999). Individual differences in disgust sensitivity: Comparisons and evaluations of paper-and-pencil versus behavioral measures. Journal of Research in Personality, 33, 330-351. 180. Michener, W., Rozin, P., Freeman, E., & Gale, L. (1999) The role of low progesterone and tension as triggers of perimenstrual chocolate and sweet craving: Some negative experimental evidence. Physiology & Behavior, 67, 417-420. 181. Rozin, P., Fischler, C., Imada, S., Sarubin, A., & Wrzesniewski, A. (1999). Attitudes to food and the role of food in life: Comparisons of Flemish Belgium, France, Japan and the United States. Appetite, 33, 163-180. 182. Wrzesniewski, A., McCauley, C. R., & Rozin, P. (1999). Odor and affect: Individual differences in the impact of odor on liking for places, things and people. Chemical Senses, 24, 713-721. 183. Rozin, P. (2000). Evolution and adaptation in the understanding of behavior, culture, and mind. In P. Boyer & J. Heckhausen (eds.) American Behavioral Scientist issue entitled: Evolutionary psychology: Potential and limits of a Darwinian framework for the behavioral sciences. 43, 970-986 184. Rozin, P., Haidt, J., & McCauley, C. R. (2000). Disgust. In M. Lewis & J. Haviland (eds.). Handbook of emotions, second edition (pp. ). New York:: Guilford. 185. Hejmadi, A., Davidson, R., & Rozin, P. (2000). Exploring Hindu Indian emotion expressions: Evidence for accurate recognition by Americans and Indians. Psychological Science, 11, 183-187. 186. Nemeroff, C., & Rozin, P. (2000). The makings of the magical mind. In K. S. Rosengren, C. N. Johnson, & P. L. Harris (eds.). Imagining the impossible: magical, scientific, and religious thinking in children. (Pp. 1-34). New York: Cambridge University Press. 187. Rozin, P. (2000). The Wordgleits. In: B. Landau, J. Sabini, J. Jonides, & E. Newport (eds.). Perception, cognition, and language. Essays in honor of Henry and Lila Gleitman (pp. 27-38). Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. IN PRESS Rozin, P. Technological stigma: Some perspectives from the study of contagion. In H. Kunreuther & P. Slovic (eds.). Technological Stigma. Rozin, P. Solomon E. Asch. (Biography). Oxford Encyclopedia of Psychology Rozin, P. Curt P. Richter. (Biography). Oxford Encylcopedia of Psychology Rozin, P. Food and eating. Entry in: D. Levinson, J. Ponzetti, & P. Jorgenson (eds.) Encyclopedia of human emotions. New York: Macmillan. Rozin, P., Haidt, J., & McCauley, C. R. Disgust. Entry in: D. Levinson, J. Ponzetti, & P. Jorgenson (eds.) Encyclopedia of human emotions. New York: Macmillan. Rozin, P., & Nemeroff, C. Sympathetic magical thinking: the contagion and similarity “heuristics”. In: Gilovich, T., Kahneman, D., & Slovic, P. Judgment under uncertainty: Heuristics and biases. (Revised edition) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Rozin, P. Food and earth. (Introductory essay for Food and Earth Calendar, Brussels, Belgium: Blonde). Rozin, P. The psychological basis of food selection. in Cambridge History of Food. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. Schulkin, J., Rozin, P., & Stellar, E. Curt Richter (Obituary). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Rozin, P. Social psychology and science: Some lessons from Solomon Asch. Personality and Social Psychology Review. SUBMITTED Rozin, P., & Royzman, E. Negativity bias, negativity dominance, and contagion. (Theoretical paper). Rozin, P., Kurzer, N., & Cohen, A. Free Associations to "Food": The Effects of Gender, Generation, and Culture Rozin, P., Taylor, C., Ross, L., Bennett, G., and Hejmadi, A. General and specific emotion recognition abilities: Relations among individual differences in rRecognition of disgust and other emotional expressions in facial and bodily representations, obsessive-compulsive tendencies, and disgust sensitivity. COMPLETED MANUSCRIPTS Jaffey, A. K., Rozin, P., McCauley, C. R., & Fridlund, A. J. The desire for union in romantic relationships: Its measurement and association with dyadic adjustment and reaction to breakup. Rozin, P., & Fabozzi, J. Determinants of odor referral in the experience of flavor. Byrnes, D., McCauley, C. R., & Rozin, P. Why do some people come to like exercise? Rosen, A., Rozin, P., & Sabini, J. Children's identification of embarrassment and disgust in everyday situations. McCauley, C. R., Rozin, P., & Markwith, M. Reactions to using a used object: a two component analysis. McCauley, C. R., & Rozin, P. Mutual stereotypes of business and liberal arts students: A study of stereotype accuracy. McCauley, C. R., Rozin, P., & Schwartz, B. The origin and nature of preferences and values. (Book manuscript). Fallon, A. E., Rozin, P., Byrnes, D., Gogeneni, R., & Desai, K. Body image and eating attitudes: A cross cultural comparison between Asian Indians and Americans. Rozin, P., Grant, H., Weinberg, S., & Parker, S. “Head versus heart”: Effect of monetary frames on expression of sympathetic magical concerns. Hejmadi, A., Rozin, P., & Davidson, R. Analysis of recognition of bodily and facial expressions of ten emotions derived from the Hindu Natyasastra (200 A.D.) Hejmadi, A., Rozin, P., & Siegal, M. Development of ideas about contagion and contagious “essence” in Hindu Indian and American children Rozin, P. The movement to suppress passive eating and the risks of side-plate-food: A history (AD 2006)

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