Publications

Books/Monographs

Rolls, B.J. (2012) The Ultimate Volumetrics Diet. William Morrow, New York, New York.

Rolls, B.J., Drewnowski, A. (2012) Obesity Treatment and Prevention: New Directions. Nestlé Nutrition Institute Workshop Series, Volume 73. S. Karger AG.

Rolls, B. (2010). A Dieta Volumétrica (Perca Peso Comendo Mais), Tradução de: The Volumetrics Weight Control Plan, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Rolls, B. (2008). Mangez plus pour maigrir, Traduction du best-seller The Volumetrics Eating Plan, Les Éditions de l'Homme, Montreal, Quebec.

Rolls, B. (2007). The Volumetrics Eating Plan (paperback edition). Harper Publishers, New York.

Rolls, B. (2005). The Volumetrics Eating Plan. HarperCollins Publishers, New York.

Rolls, B. and Barnett, R.A. (2003). The Volumetrics Weight-Control Plan: Feel Full on Fewer Calories (paperback edition). HarperTorch Publishers, New York.

Rolls, B. and Barnett, R.A. (2000). The Volumetrics Weight-Control Plan: Feel Full on Fewer Calories. Quill Publishers, New York.

Rolls, B. and Barnett, R.A. (2000). Volumetrics: Feel Full on Fewer Calories. HarperCollins Publishers, New York.

Rolls, B.J. and Hill, J. (1998). Carbohydrates and Weight Management. ILSI Press, Washington, D.C.

Anderson, G.H., Rolls, B.J., and Steffen, D.G., Eds. (1997). Nutritional Implications of Macronutrient Substitutes. Annals of New York Academy of Sciences, Volume 819, New York.

Rolls, B.J. and Rolls, E.T. (1982). Thirst. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (Also published in Spanish and Russian).

Selected Original Research Articles Since 1981

(all refereed prior to publication)

Vernarelli, J.A., Mitchell, D.C., Rolls, B.J., Hartman, T.J. (2014). Dietary energy density is associated with obesity and other biomarkers of chronic disease in US adults. European Journal of Nutrition. in press.

Rolls, B.J., Meengs, J.S. and Roe, L.S. (2014). Variations in cereal volume affect the amount selected and eaten for breakfast. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in press.

Williams, R.A., Roe, L.S. and Rolls, B.J. (2014). Assessment of satiety depends on the energy density and portion size of the test meal. Obesity; 22: 318-324.

Hill, B.R., Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S., De Souza, M.J. and Williams, N.I. (2013). Ghrelin and peptide YY increase with weight loss during a 12-month intervention to reduce dietary energy density in obese women. Peptides; 49: 138-144.

Vernarelli, J., Mitchell, D.C., Rolls, B.J. and Hartman, T.J. (2013). Methods for calculating dietary energy density in a nationally representative sample. Procedia Food Science; 2:68-74.

Williams, R.A., Roe, L.S., and Rolls, B.J. (2013). Comparison of three methods to reduce energy density: effects on daily energy intake. Appetite; 66:75-83.

Roe, L.S., Meengs, J.S., Birch, L.L. and Rolls, B.J. (2013). Serving a variety of vegetables and fruit as a snack increased intake in preschool children. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition; 98:693-9

Scheid, J.L., Birch, L.L., Williams, N.I., Rolls, B.J. and De Souza, M.J. (2013). Postprandial peptide YY is lower in young college-aged women with high dietary cognitive restraint. Physiology and Behavior; 120:26-33.

Meengs, J.S., Roe, L.S., and Rolls, B.J. (2012). Vegetable variety: an effective strategy to increase vegetable intake in adults. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; 112:1211-1215.

Blatt, A.D., Williams, R.A. Roe, L.S, and Rolls, B.J. (2012). Effects of energy content and energy density of pre-portioned entreés on energy intake. Obesity; 20:2010-8.

Mathias, K.C., Rolls, B.J., Birch, L.L., Kral, T.V.E., Hanna, E.L., Davey, A., and Fisher, J.O. (2012). Serving larger portions of fruits and vegetables together at dinner promotes intake of both foods among young children. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; 112:266-270.

Roe, L.S., Meengs, J.S., and Rolls, B.J. (2012). Salad and satiety: the effect of timing of salad consumption on meal energy intake. Appetite; 58:242-248.

Masheb, R.M., Grilo, C.M., and Rolls, B.J. (2011). A randomized controlled trial for obesity and binge eating disorder: Low-energy-density dietary counseling and cognitive-behavioral therapy. Behaviour Research and Therapy; 49:821-829.

Vernarelli, J.A., Mitchell, D.M., Hartman, T.J., and Rolls, B.J. (2011). Dietary energy density is associated with body weight status and vegetable intake in U.S. children. Journal of Nutrition, 141:2204-2210.

Spill, M.K., Birch, L.L., Roe, L.S., and Rolls, B.J. (2011). Hiding vegetables to reduce energy density: an effective strategy to increase children’s vegetable intake and reduce energy intake. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 94:735-741.

Sciamanna, C.N., Kiernan, M., Rolls, B.J., Boan, J., Stuckey, H., Kephart, D., Miller, C.K., Jensen, G., Hartman, T.J., Loken, E., Hwang, K.O., Williams, R.J., Clark, M.A., Schubart, J.R., Nezu, A.M., Lehman, E., Dellasega, C. (2011). Practices associated with weight loss versus weight loss maintenance: results of a national survey. American Journal of Preventive Medicine; 41:159-166.

Spill, M.K., Birch, L.L., Roe, L.S., Rolls, B.J. (2011). Serving large portions of vegetable soup at the start of a meal affected children’s energy and vegetable intake. Appetite, 57:213-219.

Blatt, A.D., Roe, L.S., Rolls, B.J. (2011). Hidden vegetables: an effective strategy to reduce energy intake and increase vegetable intake in adults. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 93:756-763.

Blatt, A.D., Roe, L.S., Rolls, B.J. (2011). Increasing the protein content of meals and its effect on daily energy intake. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 111:290-294.

Obbagy, J.E., Condrasky, M., Roe, L.S., Sharp, J.L., Rolls, B.J. (2011). Chefs’ opinions about reducing the calorie content of menu items in restaurants. Obesity, 19:332-337.

Lowe, M.R., Tappe, K.A., Butryn, M.L., Annunziato, R.A., Coletta, M.C., Ochner, C.N., Rolls, B.J. (2010). An intervention study targeting energy and nutrient intake in worksite cafeterias. Eating Behaviors, 11:144-155.

Spill, M.K, Birch, L.L., Roe, L.S., Rolls, B.J. (2010). Eating vegetables first: the use of portion size to increase vegetable intake in preschool children. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 91:1237-1243.

Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S., Meengs, J.S. (2010). Portion size can be used strategically to increase vegetable consumption in adults. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 91:913-922.

Kral, T.V.E., Kabay, A.C., Roe, L.S., Rolls, B.J. (2010). Effects of doubling the portion size of fruit and vegetable side dishes on children's intake at a meal. Obesity, 18:521-527.

Krishna, R., Gumbiner, B., Stevens, C., Musser, B., Mallick, M., Suryawanshi, S., Maganti, L., Zhu, H., Han, T.H., Scherer, L., Simpson, B., Cosgrove, D., Gottesdiener, K., Amatruda, J., Rolls, B.J., Blundell, J., Bray, G.A., Fujioka, K., Heymsfield, S.B., Wagner, J.A., Herman, G.A. (2009). Potent and selective agonism of the melanocortin receptor 4 with MK-0493 does not induce weight loss in obese human subjects: energy intake predicts lack of weight loss efficacy. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 86:659-666.

Flood-Obbagy, J.E. and Rolls, B.J. (2009). The effect of fruit in different forms on energy intake and satiety at a meal. Appetite, 52:416-422.

Leahy, K.E., Birch, L.L., and Rolls, B.J. (2008). Reducing the energy density of multiple meals decreases the energy intake of preschool-age children. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition; 88:1459-1468.

Leahy, K.E., Birch, L.L., Fisher, J.O., and Rolls, B.J. (2008). Reductions in entrée energy density increase children's vegetable intake and reduce energy intake. Obesity, 16:1559-1565.

Leahy, K.E., Birch, L.L., and Rolls, B.J. (2008). Reducing the energy density of an entrée decreases children's energy intake at lunch. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 108:41-48.

Fisher, J.O., Arreola, A., Birch, L.L., and Rolls, B.J. (2007). Portion size effects on daily energy intake in low-income Hispanic and African American children and their mothers. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 86:1709-1716.

Condrasky, M., Ledikwe, J.H., Flood, J.E. and Rolls, B.J. (2007). Chefs' opinions of restaurant portion sizes. Obesity, 15:2086-2094.

Flood J.E., and Rolls B.J. (2007). Soup preloads in a variety of forms reduce meal energy intake. Appetite, 49:626-634.

Fisher, J.O., Liu, Y., Birch, L.L., and Rolls, B.J. (2007). Effects of portion size and energy density on young children's intake at a meal. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 86:174-179.

Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S., Halverson, K.H., and Meengs, J.S. (2007). Using a smaller plate did not reduce energy intake at meals. Appetite, 49:652-660.

Ledikwe, J.H., Ello-Martin, J., Pelkman, C.L., Birch, L.L., Mannino, M.L. and Rolls, B.J. (2007). A reliable, valid questionnaire indicates that preference for dietary fat declines when following a reduced-fat diet. Appetite, 49:74-83.

Ledikwe, J.H., Rolls, B.J., Smiciklas-Wright, H., Mitchell, D.C., Ard, J.D., Champagne, C., Karanja, N., Lin, P., Stevens, V.J. and Appel, L.J. (2007). Reductions in dietary energy density are related to weight loss among participants in the PREMIER trial. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 85:1212-1221.

Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S. and Meengs, J.S. (2007). The effect of large portion sizes on energy intake is sustained for 11 days. Obesity, 15:1535-1543.

Ello-Martin, J.A., Roe, L.S., Ledikwe, J.H., Beach, A.M. and Rolls, B.J. (2007). Dietary energy density in the treatment of obesity: A year-long trial comparing two weight-loss diets. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 85:1465-1477.

Finley, C.E., Barlow, C.E., LaMonte, M.J., Greenway, F.L., Rock, C.L., Rolls, B.J. and Blair, S.N. (2007). Retention rates and weight loss in a commercial weight management program. International Journal of Obesity, 31:292-298.

Osterholt, K.M., Roe, L.S. and Rolls, B.J. (2007). Incorporation of air into a snack food reduces energy intake. Appetite, 48:351-358.

Flood, J.E., Roe, L.S. and Rolls, B.J. (2006). The effect of increased beverage portion size on energy intake at a meal. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 106:1984-1990.

Ledikwe, J.H., Blanck, H.M., Kettel-Khan, L., Serdula, M.K., Seymour, J.D., Tohill, B.C. and Rolls, B.J. (2006). Low-energy-density diets are associated with high diet quality in adults in the United States. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 106:1172-1180.

Ledikwe, J.H., Blanck, H.M., Kettel-Khan L., Serdula, M.K., Seymour, J.D., Tohill, B.C., Rolls, B.J. (2006). Dietary energy density is associated with energy intake and weight status in US adults. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 83:1362-1368.

McCrory, M.A., Saltzman, E., Rolls, B.J. and Roberts, S.B. (2006). A twin study of the effects of energy density and palatability on energy intake of individual foods. Physiology & Behavior, 87:451-459.

Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S. and Meengs, J.S. (2006). Larger portion sizes lead to sustained increase in energy intake over two days. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 106:543-549.

Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S. and Meengs, J.S. (2006). Reductions in portion size and energy density of foods are additive and lead to sustained decreases in energy intake over two days. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 83:11-17.

Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S., Beach, A.M. and Kris-Etherton, P.M. (2005). Provision of foods differing in energy density affects long-term weight loss. Obesity Research, 13:1052-1060.

DellaValle, D.M., Roe, L.S. and Rolls, B.J. (2005). Does the consumption of caloric and non-caloric beverages with a meal affect energy intake? Appetite, 44:187-193.

Ledikwe, J.H., Blanck, H.M., Kettel-Khan, L., Serdula, M.K., Seymour, J., Tohill, B.C. and Rolls, B.J. (2005). Dietary energy density determined by eight calculation methods in a nationally representative United States population. Journal of Nutrition, 135:273-278.

Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S. and Meengs, J.S. (2004). Salad and satiety: energy density and portion size of a first course salad affect energy intake at lunch. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 104:1570-1576.

Kral, T.V.E., Roe, L.S. and Rolls, B.J. (2004). Combined effects of energy density and portion size on energy intake in women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 79:962-968.

Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S., Meengs, J.S. and Wall, D.E. (2004). Increasing the portion size of a sandwich increases energy intake. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 104:367-372.

Diliberti, N., Bordi, P.L., Conklin, M.T., Roe, L.S. and Rolls, B.J. (2004). Increased portion size leads to increased energy intake in a restaurant meal. Obesity Research, 12:562-568.

Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S., Kral, T.V.E., Meengs, J.S. and Wall, D.E. (2004). Increasing the portion size of a packaged snack increases energy intake in men and women. Appetite, 42:63-69.

Bell, E.A., Roe, L.S. and Rolls, B.J. (2003). Sensory-specific satiety is affected more by volume than by energy content of a liquid food. Physiology & Behavior, 78:593-600.

Bowen, D., Green, P., Vizenor, N., Vu, C., Kreuter, P. and Rolls, B. (2003). Effects of fat content on fat hedonics: cognition or taste? Physiology & Behavior, 78:247-253.

Fisher, J.O., Rolls, B.J. and Birch, L.L. (2003). Children's bite size and intake of an entrée are greater with large portions than with age-appropriate or self-selected portions. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 77:1164-1170.

Rolls, B.J., Morris, E.L. and Roe, L.S. (2002). Portion size of food affects energy intake in normal-weight and overweight men and women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 76:1207-1213.

Kral, T.V.E., Roe, L.S. and Rolls, B.J. (2002). Does nutrition information about the energy density of meals affect food intake in normal-weight women? Appetite, 39:137-145.

Rolls, B.J. and Roe, L.S. (2002). Effect of the volume of liquid food infused intragastrically on satiety in women. Physiology & Behavior, 76:623-631.

Bell, E.A. and Rolls, B.J. (2001). Energy density of foods affects energy intake across multiple levels of fat content in lean and obese women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 73:1010-1018.

Pelkman C.L., Chow M., Heinbach R.A. and Rolls, B.J. (2001). Short-term effects of a progestational contraceptive drug on food intake, resting energy expenditure, and body weight in young women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 73:19-26.

Miller, D.L., Bell, E.A., Pelkman, C.L., Peters, J.C. and Rolls, B.J. (2000). Effects of dietary fat, nutrition labels, and repeated consumption on sensory-specific satiety. Physiology & Behavior, 71:153-158.

Hetherington, M.M., Stoner, S.A., Andersen, A.E. and Rolls, B.J. (2000). Effects of acute food deprivation on eating behavior in eating disorders. The International Journal of Eating Disorders, 28:272-283.

Rolls, B.J., Bell, E.A. and Waugh, B.A. (2000). Increasing the volume of a food by incorporating air affects satiety in men. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 72:361-368.

Hetherington, M.M., Bell, E.A. and Rolls, B.J. (2000). Effects of repeat consumption on pleasantness, preference and intake. British Food Journal, 102:507-521.

Pelkman C.L., Heinbach R.A and Rolls, B.J. (2000). Reproductive hormones and eating behavior in young women. Appetite, 34:217-218.

Rolls, B.J., Engell, D. and Birch, L.L. (2000). Serving portion size influences 5-year-old but not 3-year-old children's food intakes. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 100:232-234.

Rolls, B.J., Bell, E.A., and Thorwart, M.L. (1999). Water incorporated into a food but not served with a food decreases energy intake in lean women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 70:448-455.

Mustad, V.A., Jonnalagadda, S.S., Smutko, S.A., Pelkman, C.L., Rolls, B.J., Behr, S.R., Pearson, T.A. and Kris-Etherton, P.M. (1999). Comparative lipid and lipoprotein responses to solid-food diets and defined liquid-formula diets. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 70:839-846.

Rolls, B.J., Bell, E.A., Castellanos, V.H., Pelkman, C.L., Chow, M. and Thorwart, M.L. (1999). Energy density but not fat content of foods affected energy intake in lean and obese women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 69:863-871.

Miller, D.L., Castellanos, V.H., Shide, D.J., Peters, J.C. and Rolls, B.J. (1998). Impact of fat-free potato chips with and without nutrition information labels on fat and energy intakes. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 68:282-290.

Engell, D., Bordi, P., Borja, M., Lambert, C. and Rolls, B. (1998). Effects of information about fat content on food preferences in pre-adolescent children. Appetite, 30:269-282.

Tappe, K.A., Gerberg, S.E., Shide, D.J., Andersen, A.E. and Rolls, B.J. (1998). Videotape assessment of changes in aberrant meal-time behaviors in anorexia-nervosa after treatment. Appetite, 30:171-184.

Rolls, B.J., Castellanos, V.H., Halford, J.C., Kilara, A., Panyam, D., Pelkman, C.L., Smith, G.P., and Thorwart, M.L. (1998). Volume of food consumed affects satiety in men. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 67:1170-1177.

Bell, E.A., Castellanos, V.H., Pelkman, C.L., Thorwart, M.L. and Rolls, B.J. (1998). Energy density of foods affects energy intake in normal-weight women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 67:412-420.

Rolls, B.J., Shide, D.J., Thorwart, M.L. and Ulbrecht, J.S. (1998). Sibutramine reduces food intake in non-dieting women with obesity. Obesity Research, 6:1-11.

Rolls, B.J., Castellanos, V.H., Shide, D.J., Miller, D.L., Pelkman, C.L., Thorwart, M.L. and Peters, J.C. (1997). Sensory properties of a non-absorbable fat substitute did not affect regulation of energy intake. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 65:1375-1383.

Rolls, B.J., Hetherington, M.M., Stoner, S.A. and Andersen, A.E. (1997). Effects of preloads of differing energy and macronutrient content on eating behavior in bulimia nervosa. Appetite, 29:353-367.

Weinstein-Dance, S.E., Shide, D.J. and Rolls, B.J. (1997). Changes in food intake in response to stress in men and women: psychological factors. Appetite, 28:7-18.

Drewnowski, A., Henderson, S.A., Driscoll, A. and Rolls, B.J. (1997). The dietary variety score (DVS): assessing diet quality in healthy young and older adults. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 97:266-271.

Andersen, A.E., Stoner, S. and Rolls, B.J. (1996). Improved eating behavior in eating disordered inpatients after treatment: documentation in a naturalistic setting. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 20:397-403.

Drewnowski, A., Henderson, S.A., Driscoll, A. and Rolls, B.J. (1996). Salt taste perceptions and preferences are unrelated to sodium consumption in healthy older adults. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 96:471-474.

Stoner, S.A., Fedoroff, J.C., Andersen, A.E. and Rolls, B.J. (1996). Food preferences and desire to eat in anorexia and bulimia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 19:13-22.

Rolls, B.J., Dimeo, K.A. and Shide, D.J. (1995). Age-related impairments in the regulation of food intake. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 62:923-931.

Shide, D.J. and Rolls, B.J. (1995). Information about the fat content of preloads influences energy intake in healthy women. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 95:993-998.

Shide, D.J., Caballero, B., Reidelberger, R. and Rolls, B.J. (1995). Accurate energy compensation for intragastric and oral nutrients in lean males. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 61:754-764.

Fedoroff, I.C., Stoner, S.A., Andersen, A.E., Doty, R.L., and Rolls, B.J. (1995). Olfactory dysfunction in anorexia and bulimia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 18:71-77.

Rolls, B.J., Kim-Harris, S., Fischman, M.W., Foltin, R.W., Moran, T.H. and Stoner, S.A. (1994). Satiety after preloads with different levels of fat and carbohydrate: implications for obesity. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 60:476-487.

Kelly, T.H., Foltin, R.W., Rolls, B.J., and Fischman, M.W. (1994). Effect of meal macronutrient and energy content on human performance. Appetite, 23:97-112.

Rolls, B.J., Pirraglia, P.A., Jones, M.B. and Peters, J.C. (1992). Effects of olestra, a non-caloric fat substitute, on daily energy and fat intake in lean men. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 56:84-92.

Rolls, B.J., Andersen, A.E., Moran, T.H., McNelis, A.L., Baier, H.C. and Fedoroff, I.C. (1992). Food intake, hunger and satiety after preloads in women with eating disorders. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 55:1093-1103.

Foltin, R.W., Rolls, B.J., Moran, T.H., Kelly, T.H., McNelis, A.L. and Fischman, M.W. (1992). Caloric, but not macronutrient, compensation by humans for required eating occasions with meals and snack varying in fat and carbohydrate. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 55:331-342.

Rolls, B.J. and McDermott, T.M. (1991). Effects of age on sensory-specific satiety. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 54:988-996.

Hetherington, M.M. and Rolls, B.J. (1991). Eating behavior in eating disorders: response to preloads. Physiology & Behavior, 50:101-108.

Hetherington, M.M., Vervaet, N., Blass, E. and Rolls, B.J. (1991). Failure of naltrexone to affect the pleasantness or intake of food. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 40:185-190.

Rolls, B.J., Kim, S., McNelis, A.L., Fischman, M.W., Foltin, R.W. and Moran, T.H. (1991). Time course of the effects of preloads high in fat or carbohydrate on food intake and ratings of hunger in humans. American Journal of Physiology, 29:R756-R763.

Rolls, B.J., Laster, L.J. and Summerfelt, A. (1991). Meal order reversal: effects of eating a sweet course first or last. Appetite, 16:141-148.

Rolls, B.J., Fedoroff, I.C., Guthrie, J. and Laster, L.J. (1990). Effects of temperature and mode of presentation of juice on hunger, thirst, and food intake in men and women. Appetite, 15:199-208.

Foltin, R.W., Fischman, M.W., Moran, T.H., Rolls, B.J. and Kelly, T.H. (1990). Caloric compensation for lunches varying in fat and carbohydrate content by humans in a residential laboratory. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 52:969-980.

Rolls, B.J., Fedoroff, I.C., Guthrie, J.F. and Laster, L.J. (1990). Foods with different satiating effects in humans. Appetite, 15:115-126.

Rolls, B.J., Kim, S. and Fedoroff, I.C. (1990). Effects of drinks sweetened with sucrose or aspartame on hunger, thirst and food intake in men. Physiology & Behavior, 48:19-26.

DeGeorge, D., Gray, J.J., Fetting, J.H. and Rolls, B.J. (1990). Weight gain in patients with breast cancer receiving adjuvant treatment as a function of restraint, disinhibition, and hunger. Oncology Nursing Forum, 17: S23-S30.

Rolls, B.J., Laster, L.J. and Summerfelt, A. (1989). Hunger and food intake following consumption of low-calorie foods. Appetite, 13:115-127.

Hetherington, M., Rolls, B.J. and Burley, V.J. (1989). The time course of sensory-specific satiety. Appetite, 12:57-68.

Rolls, B.J., Hetherington, M. and Burley, V.J. (1988). Sensory stimulation and energy density in the development of satiety. Physiology & Behavior, 44:727-733.

Rolls, B.J., Hetherington, M. and Burley, V.J. (1988). The specificity of satiety: the influence of foods of different macronutrient content on the development of satiety. Physiology & Behavior, 43:145-153.

Rolls, B.J., Gnizak, N., Summerfelt, A. and Laster, L.J. (1988). Food intake in dieters and non-dieters after a liquid meal containing medium-chain triglycerides. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 48:66-71.

Crowe, M.J., Forsling, M.L., Rolls, B.J., Phillips, P.A., Ledingham, J.G.G. and Smith, R.F. (1987). Impaired water excretion in healthy elderly men. Age and Ageing, 16:285-293.

Phillips, P.A., Rolls, B.J., Ledingham, J.G.G., Forsling, M.L. and Morton, J.J. (1985). Osmotic thirst and vasopressin release in man: a double-blind cross-over study. American Journal of Physiology, 248:R645-R650.

Phillips, P.A., Rolls, B.J., Ledingham, J.G.G., Morton, J.J. and Forsling, M.L. (1985). Angiotensin II-induced thirst and vasopressin release in man. Clinical Science, 68:669-674.

Phillips, P.A., Rolls, B.J., Ledingham, J.G.G., Forsling, M.L., Morton, J.J., Crowe, M.J. and Wollner, L. (1984). Reduced thirst following water deprivation in healthy elderly men. New England Journal of Medicine, 311:753-759 (also included in The Yearbook of Medicine, 1985).

Phillips, P.A., Rolls, B.J., Ledingham, J.G.G. and Morton, J.J. (1984). Body fluid changes, thirst and drinking in man during free access to water. Physiology & Behavior, 33:357-363.

Rolls, B.J., van Duijvenvoorde, P.M. and Rolls, E.T. (1984). Pleasantness changes and food intake in a varied four course meal. Appetite, 5:337-348.

Rolls, E.T., Rolls, B.J. and Rowe, E.A. (1983). Sensory-specific and motivation-specific satiety for the sight and taste of food and water in man. Physiology & Behavior, 30:185-192.

Rolls, B.J., Rowe, E.A. and Rolls, E.T. (1982). How the sensory properties of foods affect human feeding behavior. Physiology & Behavior, 29:409-417.

Rolls, B.J., Rolls, E.T., Rowe, E.A. and Sweeney, K. (1981). Sensory specific satiety in man. Physiology & Behavior, 27:137-142.

Rolls, B.J., Rowe, E.A., Rolls, E.T., Kingston, B., Megson, A. and Gunary, R. (1981). Variety in a meal enhances food intake in man. Physiology & Behavior, 26:215-221.

Selected Reviews, Book Chapters

Rolls, B.J. (2013). What is the role of portion control in weight management? International Journal of Obesity; in press

Rolls, B.J., Williams, R.A. and Keller, K.L. (2013). The role of dietary energy density in weight management. Woodhead Publishing; in press

Keller, K.L., Rolls, B.J. and Kral, T.V.E. (2013). Impacts of energy density and portion size on satiation and satiety. In: Satiation, Satiety and the Control of Food Intake: Theory and Practice. Eds. Blundell, J. and Bellisle, F. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, England. pp. 115-127.

Casazza, K., Fontaine, K.R., Astrup, A., Birch, L.L., Brown, A.W., Bohan Brown, M.M., Durant, N., Dutton, G., Foster, E.M., Heymsfield, S.B., McIver, K., Mehta, T., Menachemi, N., Newby, P.K., Pate, R., Rolls, B.J., Sen, B., Smith, Jr. D.L. and Allison, D.B. (2013). Myths, Presumptions, and Facts about obesity. New England Journal of Medicine; 368:446-454.

Rolls, B.J. (2012). Dietary Strategies for Weight Management. In: Obesity Treatment and Prevention: New Directions. Nestlé Nutrition Institute Workshop Series, Volume 73. Eds. Rolls, B. and Drewnowski, A. S. Karger AG. pp. 37-48.

Rolls, B.J. (2012). The impact of portion size and energy density on eating. In: Food and Addiction – A Comprehensive Handbook. Eds. Brownell, K. and Gold, M. Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, pp. 154-158.

Kral, T.V.E. and Rolls, B.J. (2012). Portion control. In: Encyclopedia of Lifestyle Medicine and Health. Eds. Rippe, J., Foreyt, J., Waite, M. and Johnson, R. SAGE Publications, v. 2, pp. 936-937.

Rolls, B.J. (2011). Energy Density. Leveraging Food Technology for Obesity Prevention and Reduction Effort: Workshop Summary. Institute of Medicine, The National Academies Press, Washington, DC.

Speakman, J.R., Levitsky, D.A., Allison, D.B., Bray, M.S., deCastro, J.M., Clegg, D.J., Clapham, J.C., Dulloo, A.G., Gruer, L., Haw, S., Hebebrand, J., Hetherington, M.M., Higgs, S., Jebb, S.A., Loos, R.J.F., Luckman, S., Luke, A., Mohammed-Ali, V., O'Rahilly, S., Pereira, M., Perusse, L., Robinson, T.N., Rolls, B., Symonds, M.E. and Westerterp-Plantenga, M.S. (2011). Set points, settling points and some alternative models: theoretical options to understand how genes and environments combine to regulate body adiposity. Disease Models and Mechanisms; 4:733-745.

Kral, T.V.E. and Rolls, B.J. (2011). Portion size and the obesity epidemic. In: The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Obesity – The Causes and Correlates of Diet, Physical Activity, and Obesity. Ed. Cawley, J. Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, pp. 367-384.

Rolls, B.J, and Leahy, K.E. (2010). Reductions in dietary energy density to moderate children’s energy intake. In: Obesity Prevention: The Role of Society and Brain on Individual Behavior. Ed. L. Dube, A. Bechara, A. Dagher, A. Drewnowski, J. LeBel, P. James, D. Richard and R.Y. Yada. Elsevier Inc., Burlington, MA. pp. 543-554.

Rolls, B.J. (2010). Volumetric approach to weight loss: how you can lose weight while eating more. In: The Dole Nutrition Book. What to eat and how to live for a longer, healthier life. Dole Nutrition Institute. pp. 270-271, 303.

Rolls, B.J. (2010). Plenary Lecture 1: Dietary strategies for the prevention and treatment of obesity. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 69:70-79.

Rolls, B.J. (2009).The relationship between dietary energy density and energy intake. Physiology & Behavior, 97:609-615.

Hetherington, M.M. and Rolls, B.J. (2008) From protocols to populations: establishing a role for energy density of food in the obesity epidemic. In: Obesity: Causes, Mechanisms, Prevention, and Treatment. Ed. E.M. Blass. Sinauer Associates, Inc. Publishers, Sunderland, MA, pp. 301-318.

Ledikwe, J.H., Rolls, B.J. (2008) Properties of foods and beverages that influence energy intake and body weight. In: Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease, 2nd Edition. Ed. A. Coulston and C. Boushey. Elsevier Inc, Burlington, MA, pp. 469-481.

Ledikwe, J.H., Blanck, H.M., Kettel-Khan, L, Serdula, M.K., Seymour, J.D., Tohill, B.C., Rolls, B.J. (2007). Reductions in dietary energy density as a weight management strategy. In: Contemporary Endocrinology: Treatment of the Obese Patient. Eds. R.F. Kushner and D.H. Bessesen. Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ, pp. 265-280.

Rolls, B.J. and Drewnowski, A. (2007). Diet and nutrition. In: Encyclopedia of Gerontology: Age, Aging, and the Aged, 2nd Edition. Ed. J.E. Birren, Elsevier Inc., Oxford, UK, pp. 417-426.

Rolls, B.J. (2007) The importance of energy density in the diet. In: Perspectives in Nutrition, 7th Edition. Eds. G.M. Wardlaw and J.S. Hampl. McGraw-Hill, New York, pp. 43-44.

Rolls, B.J., Ello-Martin, J.A., Ledikwe, J.H. (2005) Portion size, energy intake, and the obesity epidemic. Chapter 12. In: Food, Diet & Obesity. Ed. D. Mela. Woodhead Publishers, London, pp. 160-176.

Drewnowski, A. and Rolls, B.J. (2005). How to modify the food environment. Introduction to Experimental Biology symposium "Modifying the food environment: energy density, food costs and portion size". The Journal of Nutrition, 135:898-899.

Ello-Martin, J.A., Ledikwe, J.H., and Rolls B.J. (2005). The influence of food portion size and energy density on energy intake: implications for weight management. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 82:236S-241S.

Rolls, B.J, Drewnowski, A., and Ledikwe, J.H. (2005). Changing the energy density of the diet as a strategy for weight management. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 105:S98-S103.

Ledikwe, J.H., Ello-Martin, J.A., and Rolls, B.J. (2005). Portion sizes and the obesity epidemic. The Journal of Nutrition, 135:905-909.

Tohill, B.C., Seymour, J., Serdula, M., Kettel-Khan, L. and Rolls, B.J. (2004). What epidemiologic studies tell us about the relationship between fruit and vegetable consumption and body weight. Nutrition Reviews, 62:365-374.

Kral, T.V.E. and Rolls, B.J. (2004). Energy density and portion size: their independent and combined effects on energy intake. Physiology & Behavior, 82:131-138.

Rolls, B.J. (2004). Evidence-based dietary strategies for weight management. Endocrine News, 29:8-9.

Rolls, B.J., Ello Martin, J.A. and Tohill, B.C. (2004). What can intervention studies tell us about the relationship between fruit and vegetable consumption and weight management? Nutrition Reviews, 62:1-17.

Heimburger, D.C., Allison, D.B., Goran, M.I., Heini, A.F., Hensrud, D.D., Hunter, G.R., Klein, S., Kumanyika, S.K., Kushner, R.F., Rolls, B.J., Schoeller, D. and Schutz, Y. (2003). A Festshrift for Roland L. Weinsier: Nutrition Scientist, Educator, and Clinician. Obesity Research, 11:1246-1262.

Rolls, B.J. (2003). Energy density and nutrition in weight control management. The Permanente Journal, 7:28-30.

Rolls, B.J. (2003). The supersizing of America: portion size and the obesity epidemic. Nutrition Today, 38:42-53.

Hsu, L.K.G., Mulliken, B., McDonagh, B., Das, S.K., Rand, W., Fairburn, C.G., Rolls, B., McCrory, M.A., Saltzman, E., Shikora, S., Dwyer, J. and Roberts, S. (2002). Binge eating disorder in extreme obesity. International Journal of Obesity, 26:1398-1403.

Drewnowski, A., Coldwell, S.E. and Rolls, B.J. (2002).Taste and Smell. In: Encyclopedia of Aging. Eds. D.J. Ekerdt, R.A. Applebaum, K.C. Holden, S.G. Post, K. Rockwood, R. Schultz, R.L. Sprott and P. Uhlenberg. Macmillen Reference USA, New York, pp. 1405-1409.

Rolls, B.J. (2001). Satiety. In: The Oxford Companion to the Body. Eds. C. Blakemore and S. Jennett. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 597.

Rolls, B.J. (2001). Hunger. In: The Oxford Companion to the Body. Eds. C. Blakemore and S. Jennett. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 371-372.

Dietz, W. Rolls, B.J., Stice, E., Yanovski, JA. (2001). Treating the obese teenager. Patient Care, 35(19):57-72.

Hetherington, M. and Rolls, B.J. (2001). Dysfunctional eating in the eating disorders. In: Psychiatric Clinics of North America. Eating Disorders. Volume 24, Number 2, June 2001. Ed. A.E. Andersen. W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, PA, pp. 235-248.

Bell, E.A. and Rolls, B.J. (2001). Regulation of energy intake: factors contributing to obesity. In: Present Knowledge in Nutrition, 8th Edition. Eds. B. Bowman and R. Russell. ILSI Press, Washington, DC, pp. 31-40.

Billington, C.J., Epstein, L.H., Goodwin, N.J., Hill, J.O., Pi-Sunyer, F.X., Rolls, B.J., Stern, J., Wadden, T.A., Weinsier, R.L., Wilson, G.T., Wing, R.R., Yanovski, S.Z., Hubbard, V.S., Hoofnagle, J.H., Everhart, J. and Harrison, B. National Task Force on Prevention and Treatment of Obesity, NIDDK. (2000). Overweight, obesity and health risk. Archives of Internal Medicine, 160:898-904.

Yanovski, S.Z., Billington, C.J., Epstein, L.H., Goodwin, N.J., Hill, J.O., Pi-Sunyer, F.X, Rolls, B.J., Stern, J.S., Wadden, T.A., Weinsier, R.L. (2000). Dieting and the development of eating disorders in overweight and obese adults. Archives of Internal Medicine, 17:2581-2589.

Rolls, B.J. and Bell, E.A. (2000). Dietary approaches to the treatment of obesity. In: Medical Clinics of North America, Volume 84, March 2000. Ed. M.D. Jensen. W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, pp. 401-418.

Rolls, B.J. (2000). Sensory-specific satiety and variety in the meal. In: Dimensions of the Meal: The Science, Culture, Business and Art of Eating. Ed. H.L. Meiselman. Aspen Publishers, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD, pp. 107-116.

Kumanyika, S.K., Van Horn, L., Bowen, D., Perri, M.G., Rolls, B.J., Czajkowski, S.M. and Schron, E. (2000). Maintenance of Dietary Behavior Change. Health Psychology, 19:42-56.

Rolls, B.J. (2000). The role of energy density in the overconsumption of fat. The Journal of Nutrition, 130: 268S-271S.

Phillips, P.A. and Rolls, B.J. (2000). Thirst and Dehydration. In: Exercise, Nutrition and the Older Woman: Wellness for Women Over Fifty. Ed. M.A. Fiatarone-Singh. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 443-452.

Rolls, B.J. and Moran, T.H. (2000). Evidence for caloric, but not macronutrient compensation, to preloads varying in fat and carbohydrate content in human subjects. In: Neural and Metabolic Control of Macronutrient Intake. Eds. H-R Berthoud and R.J. Seeley. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp.107-115.

Rolls, B.J. and Bell, E.A. (1999). Intake of fat and carbohydrate: role of energy density. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 53:S166-S173.

Rolls, B.J. Do chemosensory changes influence food intake in the elderly? (1999). Physiology & Behavior, 66:193-197.

Rolls, B.J. and Bell, E.A. (1999). Energy intake: effects of fat content and energy density of foods. In: Nutrition, Genetics and Obesity, Volume 9. Eds. G.A. Bray and D.H. Ryan. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, LA, pp. 172-191.

Hsu, L.K.G., Benotti, P., Dwyer, J., Roberts, S.B., Saltzman, E., Shikora, S., Rolls, B.J. and Rand, W. (1998). Nonsurgical factors that influence the outcome of bariatric surgery: a review. Psychosomatic Medicine, 60:338-346.

Roberts, S.B., Pi-Sunyer, F.X., Dreher, M, Hahn, R, Hill, J.O., Kleinman, RE, Peters, J.C., Ravussin, E, Rolls, B.J., Yetley, E. and Booth, S.L. (1998). Physiology of fat replacement and fat reduction: effects of dietary fat and fat substitutes on energy reduction. Nutrition Reviews, 56(5, part II):S29-S49.

Rolls, B.J. (1998). Homeostatic and non-homeostatic controls of drinking in humans. In: Hydration Throughout Life. International Conference Vittel (France), June 9-12, 1998. Ed. M.J. Arnaud. John Libbey Eurotext, Montrouge, France, pp. 19-28.

Rolls, B.J. and Miller, D.L. (1997).Is the low-fat message giving people a license to eat more? Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 16:535-543.

Hammer, V.A. and Rolls, B.J. (1997). Diet composition and the regulation of food intake and body weight. In: Obesity and Weight Management. The Health Professional's Guide to Understanding and Practice. Ed. S. Dalton. Aspen Publishers, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD, pp. 254-283.

Rolls, B.J. (1997). Fat and sugar substitutes and the control of food intake. In: Nutritional Implications of Macronutrient Substitutes. Eds. G.H. Anderson, B.J. Rolls, D.G. Steffen. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY, pp.180-193.

Yanovski, S.Z., Dietz, W.H.,Goodwin, N.J., Hill, J.O., Pi-Sunyer, F.X., Rolls, B.J., Stern, J., Weinsier, R.L., Wilson, G.T. and Wing, R.R. (1996). Long-term pharmacotherapy in the management of obesity (review). Journal of the American Medical Association, 276:1907-1915.

Hetherington, M.M and Rolls, B.J. (1996). Sensory-specific satiety: theoretical frameworks and central characteristics. In: Why We Eat What We Eat: The Psychology of Eating. Ed. E.D. Capaldi. American Psychological Society, Washington, DC, pp. 267-290.

Rolls, B.J. and Drewnowski, A. (1996). Diet and nutrition. In: Encyclopedia of Gerontology. Ed. J.E. Birren. Academic Press, San Diego, CA, pp. 429-440.

Miller, D.L. and Rolls, B.J. (1996). Fat substitutes, obesity and weight loss. Weight-Control Digest, 6:521-529.

Miller, D.L. and Rolls, B.J. (1996). The use of fat replacers to reduce the intake of dietary fat. In: Handbook of Fat Replacers. Eds. S. Roller and S.A. Jones. CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL, pp. 27-44.

Rolls, B.J. and Shide, D.J. (1996). Evaluation of hunger, food intake, and body weight. In: Clinical Evaluation of a Food Additive: Assessment of Aspartame. Eds. C. Tschanz, H.H. Butchko, W. Stargel and F.N. Kotsonis. CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL, pp. 275-287.

Rolls, B.J. (1996). Role of fat substitutes in obesity prevention and treatment. Progress in Obesity Research: 7. Eds. A. Angel, H. Anderson, C. Bouchard, D. Lau, L. Leiter, and R. Mendelson. John Libbey & Company Ltd./7th International Congress on Obesity, pp. 459-464.

Lissner, L., Barker, D.J.P., Blundell, J.E., Dietz, W.H., Epstein, L.H., Jeffery, R.W., Remschmidt, H., Rolls, B.J., Rossner, S. and Saris, W.H.M. (1996). Group report: what are the bio-behavioral determinants of body weight regulation? Regulation of Body Weight: Biological and Behavioral Mechanisms. Eds. C. Bouchard and G.A. Bray. John Wiley & Sons Ltd: West Sussex, England, pp. 158-177.

Rolls, B.J. and Hammer, V.A. (1995). Fat, carbohydrate and the regulation of energy intake. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 62:1086S-1095S.

Rolls, B.J. (1995). Diet, palatability, and dietary implications of long-term weight maintenance. In: Obesity Treatment Establishing Goals, Improving Outcomes, and Reviewing the Research Agenda. Eds. D.B. Allison and F.X. Pi-Sunyer. Plenum Press: New York, pp. 133-142.

Rolls, B.J. (1995). Effects of food quality, quantity, and variety on intake. In: Not Eating Enough. Ed. B.M. Marriott. National Academy Press: Washington, DC, pp. 203-215.

Rolls, B.J. (1995). Impact of sugar and fat substitutes on food intake. In: Eating Disorders and Obesity. Eds. K.D. Brownell and C.G. Fairburn. The Guilford Press, New York, pp. 457-460.

Rolls, B.J. (1995). Carbohydrates, fats, and satiety. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 61:960S-967S.

Rolls, B.J. (1994) Appetite and satiety in the elderly. Nutrition Reviews. 52:S9-S10.

Rolls, B.J. and Shide, D.J. (1994). Dietary fat and the control of food intake. In: Appetite and Body Weight Regulation: Sugar, Fat, and Macronutrient Substitutes. Eds. J. Fernstrom and G. Miller. CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL, pp. 167-177.

Shide, D.J. and Rolls, B.J. (1993). Dietary compensation for fat reduction and fat substitutes. Nutrition & the M.D., 19:1-3.

Rolls, B.J. (1992). Aging and appetite. Nutrition Reviews, 50:422-426.

Rolls, B.J. and Shide, D.J. (1992). The influence of dietary fat on food intake and body weight. Nutrition Reviews, 50:283-290.

Rolls, B.J. (1991). The impact of low-fat foods on energy and nutrient intakes. Trends in Food Science and Technology, 2:325-328.

Rolls, B.J. (1991). Effects of intense sweeteners on hunger, food intake, and body weight: a review. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 53:872-878.

Rolls, B.J. (1991). Thirst in human hypo- and hypernatremic states. Third International Vasopressin Conference, Eds. S. Jard and R. Jamison, John Libbey Eurotext Ltd.: France, pp. 549-556.

Rolls, B.J. (1991). Determinants of food intake and selection. In: Nutrition in the '90s. Eds. G.E. Gaull, F.N. Kotsonis, and M. Mackey. Marcel Dekker, Inc.: New York, pp. 63-74.

Rolls, B.J. and Phillips, P.A. (1991). Disturbances of thirst and fluid balance in the elderly. In: Chemical Senses: Volume 4 Appetite and Nutrition, Eds. M.I. Friedman, M.G. Tordoff and M.R. Kare. Marcel Dekker, Inc.: New York, pp. 367-382.

Rolls, B.J. (1991). Physiological determinants of fluid intake in humans. In: Thirst -Physiological and Psychological Aspects. Eds. D.J. Ramsay and D.A. Booth. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, pp. 391-402.

Rolls, B.J., Fedoroff, I.C. and Guthrie, J.F. (1991). Gender differences in eating behavior and body weight regulation. Health Psychology, 10:133-142.

Rolls, B.J. (1990). The role of sensory-specific satiety in food intake and food selection. In: Taste, Experience and Feeding. Eds. E.D. Capaldi and T.L. Powley. American Psychological Association: Washington, DC, pp. 197-209.

Rolls, B.J. and Hetherington, M. (1990). A behavioral scientist's perspectives on the study of diet and behavior. In: Diet and Behavior: Multidisciplinary Approaches. Ed. G.H. Anderson. Springer-Verlag: London, pp. 209-219.

Rolls, B.J. and Phillips, P.A. (1990). Aging and disturbances of thirst and fluid balance. Nutrition Reviews, 48:137-144.

Rolls, B.J. (1990). Palatability and fluid intake. In: Fluid Replacement and Heat Stress: Proceedings of a Workshop. Chapter XIII. Eds. Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences. National Academy Press: Washington, DC.

Hetherington, M. and Rolls, B.J. (1989). Sensory-specific satiety in anorexia and bulimia nervosa. In: The Psychobiology of Human Eating Disorders: Preclinical and Clinical Perspectives. Eds. L.H. Schneider, S.J. Cooper and K.A. Halmi. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 575, pp. 387-398.

Rolls, B.J. (1989). The regulation of food and fluid intake in the elderly. In: Nutrition and the Chemical Senses in Aging: Recent Advances and Current Research Needs. Eds. C. Murphy, W.S. Cain and D. Hegsted. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 561, pp. 217-225.

Rolls, B.J. and Hetherington, M. (1989). The role of variety in eating and body weight regulation. In: Handbook of Psychophysiology of Human Eating. Ed. R. Shepherd. John Wiley & Son: Sussex, England, pp. 57-84.

Rolls, B.J., Hetherington, M. and Laster, L.J. (1988). Comparison of the effects of aspartame and sucrose on appetite and food intake. Appetite, 11:S62-S67.

Hetherington, M. and Rolls, B.J. (1988). Sensory-specific satiety and food intake in eating disorders. In: Eating Behavior in Eating Disorders. Ed. B.T. Walsh. American Psychiatric Press, Inc.: Washington, DC, pp. 141-160.

Rolls, B.J. and Hetherington, M. (1988). Palatability and preference: basic studies. In: The Eating Disorders: Medical and Psychological Bases of Diagnosis and Treatment. Eds. B.J. Blinder, B.F. Chaitin, and R.S. Goldstein. P.M.A. Publishing Corp., New York, pp. 101-120.

Rolls, B.J. (1988). Food beliefs and food choices in adolescents. Medical Journal of Australia, 148:S9-S13.

Hetherington, M. and Rolls, B.J. (1987). Methods of investigating human eating behavior. In: Feeding and Drinking. Eds. F. Toates and N. Rowland. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.: Amsterdam, pp. 77-109.

Ledingham, J.G.G., Crowe, M.J., Forsling, M.L., Phillips, P.A. and Rolls, B.J. (1987). Effects of aging on vasopressin secretion, water excretion, and thirst in man. Kidney International, Supplement 21:590-592.

Rolls, B.J. (1987). Sweetness and satiety. In: Sweetness, Ed. J. Dobbing. Springer-Verlag: London, pp. 161-173.

Rolls, B.J. (1986). Sensory-specific satiety. Nutrition Reviews, 44:93-101.

Rolls, B.J. (1986). Interactions between the individual and food choice. In: Proceedings of the XIII International Congress of Nutrition. Eds. T.G. Taylor and N.K. Jenkins. John Libbey: London, pp. 841-846.

Rolls, B.J., Hetherington, M., Burley, V.J. and van Duijvenvoorde, P.M. (1986). Changing hedonic responses to foods during and after a meal. In: Interaction of the Chemical Senses with Nutrition. Eds. M.R. Kare and J.G. Brand. Academic Press, New York, pp. 247-268.

Rolls, B.J., Phillips, P.A., Ledingham, J.G.G., Forsling, M.L., Morton, J.J. and Crowe, M.J. (1986). Human thirst: the controls of water intake in healthy men. In: The Physiology of Thirst and Sodium Appetite. Eds. G. de Caro, A.N. Epstein, and M. Massi. Plenum Publishing Corp., New York, pp. 521-526.

Rolls, B.J. (1985). Experimental analyses of the effects of variety in a meal on human feeding. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 42:932-939.

Rolls, B.J. and Phillips, P.A. (1983). Ready for a drink. New Scientist, 99:538-540.

Rolls, B.J. (1983). Experimental analyses of food selection. In: Energy Balance in Human Nutrition. Ed. J. Kevany. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, pp. 24-39.

Rolls, B.J., Rowe, E.A. and Rolls, E.T. (1982). How flavour and appearance affect human feeding. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 41:109-11.

Rolls, B.J., Rolls, E.T. and Rowe, E.A. (1982). The influence of variety on human food selection and intake. In: The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. Ed. L.M. Barker. A.V.I. Publishing Co., Westport, Conn., pp. 101-122 (selected for the 1982-1983 Outstanding Academic Books List).

Rolls, B.J. (1981). Palatability and food preference. In: The Body Weight Regulatory System: Normal and Disturbed Mechanisms. Eds. L.A. Cioffi, W.P.T. James and T.B. Van Itallie. Raven Press, New York, pp. 271-278.

Rolls, B.J. and Rolls, E.T. (1981). The control of drinking. British Medical Journal, 37:127-130.

Rolls, B.J., Rowe, E.A. and Rolls, E.T. (1980). Appetite and obesity: influences of sensory stimuli and external cues. In: Nutrition and Lifestyles. Ed. M.R. Turner. Applied Science Publishers, London, pp. 11-20.

Rolls, B.J., Wood, R.J. and Rolls, E.T. (1980). Thirst: the initiation, maintenance, and termination of drinking. Progress in Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology, 9:263-321.

Rolls, B.J. (1979). How variety and palatability can stimulate appetite. Nutrition Bulletin, 5:78-86.