Mitsuru Shimizu

Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville

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Edwardsville, IL 62026-1102

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (16)

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Biting versus Chewing: Eating Style and Social Aggression in Children

Wansink, Brian, Francesca Zampollo, Guido Camps, and Mitsuru Shimizu (2014), "Biting versus Chewing: Eating Style and Social Aggression in Children,” Eating Behaviors, 15:311- 313.
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 17 Apr 2014 Last Revised: 29 Apr 2017
Brian Wansink, f z, Guido Camps and Mitsuru Shimizu
Retired, Auckland University of Technology, Wageningen UR and Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
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facial feedback hypothesis, aggression, food choice, eating behavior

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Food Compensation: Do Exercise Ads Change Food Intake?

International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Vol. 8, No. 6, 2011
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 17 Feb 2011
Ellen van Kleef, Mitsuru Shimizu and Brian Wansink
Wageningen UR, Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Retired
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food compensation, exercise, physical activity, food intake, commercial

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The 100-Calorie Semi-Solution: Sub-Packaging Most Reduces Intake Among the Heaviest

Wansink, Brian, Collin R. Payne, and Mitsuru Shimizu (2011), “The 100-Calorie Semi-Solution: Sub-Packaging Most Reduces Intake Among the Heaviest,” Obesity, 19:5 (Spring), 1098-1100.
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 25 Feb 2011 Last Revised: 30 Apr 2017
Brian Wansink, Collin R. Payne and Mitsuru Shimizu
Retired, New Mexico State University and Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
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Environmental Cues, Sub-Packaging, Snack Intake, Estimated Intake, BMI

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Serving Bowl Selection Biases Amount of Food Served

Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 44:1, 66-70, 2012
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 16 Jan 2016
Ellen van Kleef, Mitsuru Shimizu and Brian Wansink
Wageningen UR, Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Retired
Downloads 40 (522,801)

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Serving bowl size; portion size, food intake, external cues

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In Good Company: The Effect of an Eating Companion's Appearance on Food Intake

Shimizu, Mitsuru, Katie Johnson, and Brian Wansink (2014), “In Good Company: The Effect of an Eating Companion’s Appearance on Food Intake,” Appetite, 83:263-268.
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 26 Sep 2014 Last Revised: 29 Apr 2017
Mitsuru Shimizu, Katie Johnson and Brian Wansink
Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Mayo Clinic - College of Medicine and Science and Retired
Downloads 35 (547,902)

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Overweight Eating Companion, Food Intake, Health Commitment Goal, Stigma, Healthy Eating, Unhealthy Eating

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First Foods Most: After 18-Hour Fast, People Drawn to Starches First and Vegetables Last

Archives of internal medicine 172.12 (2012): 961-963
Number of pages: 4 Posted: 30 Jul 2014
Brian Wansink, Aner Tal and Mitsuru Shimizu
Retired, Cornell University and Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
Downloads 34 (553,248)
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Eating Behaviors Predict the Number of Trips: An Observational Study at Chinese Buffets

American Journal of Preventive Medicine, (April 2013), 44:4, e49-e50
Number of pages: 7 Posted: 10 Jan 2016
Brian Wansink and Mitsuru Shimizu
Retired and Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
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Food consumption, food selection, buffets, consumer behavior, BMI, portion size

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Dispelling Myths About a New Healthful Food Can Be More Motivating than Promoting Nutritional Benefits: The Case of Tofu

Wansink, Brian, Mitsuru Shimizu, and Adam Brumberg. (2014), “Dispelling Myths about a New Healthful Food can be More Motivating than Promoting Nutritional Benefits: The Case of Tofu,” Eating Behaviors, 15(2), 318-320.
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 27 Apr 2014 Last Revised: 29 Apr 2017
Brian Wansink, Mitsuru Shimizu and Adam Brumberg
Retired, Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Food and Brand Lab
Downloads 25 (606,588)

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Television Content and Food Intake Among Restrained versus Unrestrained Eaters

Shimizu, Mitsuru and Brian Wansink (2011), “Watching Food-related Television Increases Caloric Intake in Restrained Eaters,” Appetite, 57:661-664.
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 12 Jan 2016 Last Revised: 27 Apr 2017
Brian Wansink and Mitsuru Shimizu
Retired and Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
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TV viewing, snacking, dietary restraint, restrained eater, unrestrained eater, BMI, food consumption

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What Would Batman Eat? Priming Children to Make Healthier Fast Food Choices

Pediatric Obesity, 7:2,121-123, 2012
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 15 Jan 2016
Brian Wansink, Mitsuru Shimizu and Guido Camps
Retired, Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Wageningen UR
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Nutrition, food choice, fast food, primes, priming, food intake, childhood obesity, pediatrics, behavior change, mcdonalds, junk food, healthy choices, parents

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Dining in the Dark: How Uncertainty Influences Food Acceptance in the Absence of Light

Food Quality and Preference 24.1 (2012): 209-212
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 29 Jul 2014
Brian Wansink, Mitsuru Shimizu, Armand Cardello and Alan Wright
Retired, Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, US Army War College (DEP) - R,D&E Center and US Army War College (DEP) - R,D&E Center
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The Longer the Semester the Worse the Snacks

Public Health Nutrition, 16:7
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 12 Jan 2016
Retired, University of Guelph, Cornell University, Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
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Food sales, Snack choice, Stress, Food Choice, College cafeterias, snacking, weight gain

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Is this a Meal or a Snack: How Hunger Influences One's Susceptibility to Environmental Cues

Shimizu, Mitsuru, Collin R. Payne, and Brian Wansink (2010), “When Snacks Become Meals: How Hunger and Environmental Cues Bias Food Intake,” International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 7:63 (August 25).
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 13 Jan 2016 Last Revised: 28 Apr 2017
Mitsuru Shimizu, Collin R. Payne and Brian Wansink
Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, New Mexico State University and Retired
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environmental cues, social psychology, hunger, food consumption, meals, consumer behavior, obesity

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Just a Bite: Considerably Smaller Snack Portions Satisfy Delayed Hunger and Craving

Food Quality and Preference 27.1 (January 2013): 96-100
Number of pages: 5 Posted: 31 Jul 2014
Ellen Van Keer, Mitsuru Shimizu and Brian Wansink
Centrum Leo Apostel for Interdisciplinary Studies (CLEA), Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Retired
Downloads 14 (685,116)

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Portion size, Food craving, Food intake, Hunger, Appetite, Dieting

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When Snacks Become Meals: How Hunger and Environmental Cues Bias Food Intake

Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act 7 (2010): 63
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 31 Jul 2014
Mitsuru Shimizu, Collin R. Payne and Brian Wansink
Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Cornell University and Retired
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Association of Nutrient-Dense Snack Combinations with Calories and Vegetable Intake

Pediatrics 131.1 (January 2013): 22-29
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 31 Jul 2014
Brian Wansink, Mitsuru Shimizu and Adam Brumberg
Retired, Southern Illinois University - Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Food and Brand Lab
Downloads 9 (724,338)

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children, snack intake, combination snack, cheese, vegetable, family environment