Publications

(* graduate mentee; ** undergraduate mentee; † co-first authorship)

 

Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts:

Racine, S.E., **Suissa-Rocheleau, L., *Martin, S.J, & Benning S.D. (2021). Implicit and explicit motivational responses to high-

and low calorie food in individuals with disordered eating. International Journal of Psychophsyiology, Special Issue: Biomarkers of Mental Disorders: Psychophysiological Measures as Indicators of Mechanisms, Risk and Outcome Prediction, 159, 37-46.

 

**Trolio, V., *Mehak, A., *Schell, S.E., & Racine, S.E. (in press). Extending the scope of the interpersonal psychotherapy model of eating

disorders: Integrating the role of 'feeling fat'. Appetite.

 

*Schell, S.E., Banica, I., Weinberg, A.E., Racine, S.E. (2021). Hunger games: Associations between core eating disorder symptoms and

responses to rejection by peers during competition. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 54(5), 802-811. doi: 10.1002/eat.23487

 

*Mehak, A., & Racine, S.E. (2021). ‘Feeling fat’ is associated with specific eating disorder symptom dimensions in young men and

women. Eating and Weight Disorders: Studies of Anorexia, Bulimia, and Obesity. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40519-020-01074-4

 

Horvath, S., Kolp, H., Andersen, C. Johnson, E., Racine, S. E., Borsari, B., Stuart, G., Gidycz, C., & Shorey, R. (2021). Emotion

dysregulation moderates the relationship between alcohol use and eating pathology among heavy-drinking college men. Journal of Clinical Psychology. doi: 10.1002/jclp.23157

 

*Miller, A. E., & Racine, S.E. (2020).  Emotion regulation difficulties as common and unique predictors of impulsive behaviors. Journal of

American College Health. doi: 10.1080/07448481.2020.1799804

 

*Martin, S.J., *Schell, S.E., *Srivastav, A. & Racine, S.E. (2020). Distinct dimensions of unhealthy exercise and their associations with

restrictive eating and binge eating. Eating Behaviors, 39, 101436.

*Mehak, A., & Racine, S.E. (2020). Understanding 'feeling fat' and its underlying mechanisms: The importance of multi-

method measurement. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 53, 1400-1404.

*Horvath, S.A., Shorey, R.C., & Racine, S.E. (2020). Emotion dysregulation as a correlate of food and alcohol disturbance in

undergraduate students. Eating Behaviors, 38, 101409.

Shope, M.M., Prows, S.D., Racine, S.E., & Culbert, K.M. (2020). Examination associations between emotion-based rash action and

dysregulated eating symptoms in men and women. Eating Behaviors, 37, 101379.

 

Racine, S.E., Hagan, K.E., & *Schell, S.E. (2019). Is all non-homeostatic eating the same? The latent structure of non-homeostatic eating

processes in females and males. Psychological Assessment. doi:10.1037/pas0000749

*Mehak, A., & Racine, S.E. (2019). ‘Feeling fat’, eating pathology, and eating-related impairment in young adults. Eating Disorders:

Journal of Treatment and Prevention. doi: 10.1080/10640266.2019.1695451

 

**Miller, A.E., Racine, S.E., & Klonsky, E.D. (2019). Symptoms of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa have differential relationships to

symptoms of borderline personality disorder. Eating Disorders: Journal of Treatment and Prevention.

doi: 10.1080/10640266.2019.1642034

 

Ethridge, P., Ali, N., Racine, S.E., Pruessner, J.C., & Weinberg, A. (in press). Acute stress is associated with disrupted reward processing: Evidence from time-frequency analysis of event-related potentials. Clinical Psychological Science. 

 

Vo, P.T., Racine, S.E., Burt, S.A., & Klump, K.L. (2019). Convergence in maternal and child reports of impulsivity, depressive symptoms,

and anxiety, and their predictive utility for binge eating behaviors. International Journal of Eating Disorders. doi: 10.1002/eat.23139

 

Racine, S.E., *Horvath, S.A., **Brassard, S., & Benning, S.D. (2019). Effort Expenditure for Reward Task modified for food: A novel

behavioral measure of willingness to work for food. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 52, 71-78.

 

*Schell, S.E., **Brassard, S., & Racine, S.E. (2019). Extending the Acquired Preparedness Model of binge eating: Testing the indirect

effects of high-risk personality traits on binge eating via positive and negative reinforcement expectancies. Appetite, 140, 206-212.

**Suissa-Rocheleau, L., Benning, S.D., & Racine, S.E. (2019). Associations between self-report and physiological emotional reactions to

food in women with disordered eating. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 144, 40-46.

Racine, S.E. & *Horvath, S.A. (2018). Emotion dysregulation across the spectrum of pathological eating: Comparisons among women

with binge eating, overeating, and loss of control eating. Eating Disorders: Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 26, 13-25.

 

Racine, S.E., †Hebert, K. R., Benning, S. D. (2018). Emotional reactivity and appraisal to food in relation to eating disorder cognitions

and behaviors: Evidence to support the motivational conflict hypothesis. European Eating Disorders Review, 26, 3-10.

 

Racine, S.E. (2018). Emotional ratings of high- and low-calorie food are differentially associated with cognitive restraint and dietary

restriction. Appetite, 121, 302-308.

Racine, S.E., VanHuysse, J.L., Keel, P.K., Burt, S.A., Neale, M.C., Boker, S., & Klump, K.L. (2017). Eating disorder-specific risk factors

moderate the relationship between negative urgency and binge eating: A behavioral genetic investigation. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Special Section: Outstanding Young Investigator Contributions to the Study of Eating Disorders, 126, 481-494.

 

*Martin, S.J. & Racine, S.E. (2017). Personality traits and appearance-ideal internalization: Differential associations with body

dissatisfaction and compulsive exercise. Eating Behaviors, 27, 39-44.

 

Racine, S.E., *Martin, S.M. (2017). Integrating eating disorder-specific risk factors into the acquired preparedness model of dysregulated

eating: A moderated mediation analysis. Eating Behaviors, 24, 54-60.

 

Rozenblat, V., Ong, D., Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, M., Akkermann, K., Collier, D., Engels, R.C.M.E, Fernandez-Aranda, F., Harro, J., Homberg,

J. R., Karwautz, A., Kiive, E., Klump, K. L., Larson, C. L., Racine, S. E., Richardson, J., Steiger, H., Stoltenberg, S., van Strien, T., Treasure, J., Wagner, G., & Krug, I. (2017).  A systematic review of candidate gene x environment interactions in eating disorders and a secondary data meta-analysis of the serotonin transporter gene. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 84, 62-72.

 

Racine, S.E. & *Martin, S.J. (2016). Exploring divergent trajectories: Disorder-specific moderators of the association between negative

urgency and dysregulated eating. Appetite, 103, 45-53. 

 

Racine, S.E., Forbush, K.T., Wildes, J.E., Hagan, K.E, Pollack, L.O, & May, C. (2016). Voluntary emotion regulation in anorexia nervosa:

A preliminary emotion-modulated startle study. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 77, 1-7.

 

†Bodell, L.P., †Racine, S.E., & Wildes, J.E. (2016). Examining weight suppression as a predictor of eating disorder symptom trajectories

in anorexia nervosa.  International Journal of Eating Disorders, 49, 753-763

Culbert, K.M., Racine, S.E., & Klump, K.L. (2016). Hormonal factors and disturbances in eating disorders. Current Psychiatry Reports,

18, 1-16.

 

Racine, S.E., Burt, S.A., Keel, P.K., Sisk, C.L., Neale, M., Boker, S., & Klump, K.L. (2015). Examining associations between negative

urgency and key components of objective binge episodes. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 48, 527-531.

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Racine, S.E., & Wildes J.E. (2015). Dynamic longitudinal relations between emotion regulation difficulties and anorexia nervosa

symptoms over the year following intensive treatment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 83, 785-795.

Racine, S.E., & Wildes J.E. (2015). Emotion dysregulation and anorexia nervosa: An exploration of the role of childhood abuse.

International Journal of Eating Disorders, 48, 55-58.

 

Culbert, K.M., Racine, S.E., & Klump, K.L. (2015). What have we learned about the causes of eating disorders: A synthesis of

sociocultural, psychological, and biological research. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 56, 1141-1164.

 

Hildebrandt, B.A., Racine, S.E., Keel, P.K., Burt, S.A., Neale, M., Boker, S., Sisk, C.L., & Klump, K.L. (2015). The effects of ovarian

hormones and emotional eating on changes in weight preoccupation across the menstrual cycle. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 48, 477-486.

 

Markey, P.M., Racine, S.E., Markey, C.N. , Hopwood, C.J., Keel, P.K., Burt, S.A., Neale, M., Sisk, C.L., Boker, S.M., & Klump, K.L.

(2015). Behavior genetics and the within-person variability of daily interpersonal styles: The heritability of flux, spin, and pulse. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6, 300-308.

 

Book Chapters:

 

Racine, S.E., *Horvath, S.A. (2018). Emotion dysregulation and eating disorders. In T.P Beauchaine & S.E. Crowell (Eds.) The Oxford

handbook of emotion dysregulation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Culbert, K.M., Racine, S.E., & Klump, K.L. (2015). Biological underpinnings of sex differences in eating disorders. In R. Shansky & J. E.

Johnson (Eds.), Sex differences in the central nervous system (pp. 171-197). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

 

Racine, S.E., Root, T., Klump, K.L., & Bulik, C. M. (2011). Environmental and genetic risk factors for eating disorders: A developmental

perspective. In D. Le Grange & J. Locke (Eds.), Handbook of assessment and treatment for children and adolescents with eating disorders. (pp. 25-33). New York: Guilford.

 

Culbert, K.M., Racine, S.E., & Klump, K.L. (2011). Influence of gender and puberty on the heritability of disordered eating. In W. Kaye &

R. Adan (Eds.), Current topics in behavioral neurosciences: Behavioral neurobiology of eating disorders. (pp. 177-189). New York: Springer.

 

Racine, S.E., Culbert, K.M., Burt, S.A., & Klump, K.L. (2011). The Michigan State University Twin Registry (MSUTR): Neurobiological

influences on food and diet related behavior. In V.R. Preedy, R.R. Watson, & C.R. Martin (Eds.), Handbook of behavior, food, and nutrition. (pp. 33-43). New York: Springer.