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Virginia Quick, Ph.D., R.D., is a postdoctoral fellow in the NIH Intramural Research Training Award program. She holds her Bachelor of Science and Doctorate degrees in Nutritional Sciences from Rutgers University and is a registered dietitian. Before coming to NIH/NICHD she was a postdoctoral research fellow in the Interdisciplinary Research Training in Child and Adolescent Primary Care Fellowship Training Program at the University of Minnesota’s Division of Epidemiology and Community Health. There she collaborated with the Project EAT (Eating and Activity among Teens and Young Adults) team at the School of Public health on various research projects. Dr. Quick’s main research of interest includes examining eating behaviors, body image and disordered eating in youth and young adults, particularly those with chronic illness.
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Quick, V.; Byrd-Bredbenner, C. (In Press) Eating Disorders Examination Questionnaire (EDE-Q): Norms for College Students. Eating and Weight Disorders
Quick, V.; Byrd-Bredbenner, C.; Neumark-Sztainer, D. (Accepted) Chronic illness and disordered eating: A review of the literature. Advanced Nutrition Reviews
Quick, V.; Loth, K.; Linde, J.; MacLeose, R.; Neumark-Sztainer, D. (In Press) Prevalence of adolescents' self-weighing behaviors and associations with weight control practices and weight-related problems. Journal of Adolescent Health
Quick, V.; Byrd-Bredbenner, C. (Accepted) Disturbed Eating Behaviors and Associated Psychographic Characteristics of Young Adults. Journal of Human Nutrition & Dietetics
Quick, V.; Corda, K.; Byrd-Bredbenner, C. (Accepted) Determinants of Safe Food Handling Behaviors Among Middle School Youth. Nutrition & Food Science
Heller, R; Quick, V.; Byrd-Bredbenner, C. Where’s the Fruit? Temporal Changes in Television Advertisements for “Fruit Containing” Foods During Children’s Programming. Journal of Children & Media. 2011; 3(1):16-21.
Quick, V.; Byrd-Bredbenner, C. Effects of Photographs of Lower and Higher BMI FashionModels on Body Dissatisfaction of Young Women. Topics in Clinical Nutrition.January/March 2011; 26(1):57-67.
Quick, V. Disturbed Eating Behaviors in Youth with Type 1 Diabetes. The Research Digest Newsletter. Summer-Fall 2010; 45(3):15-16.
|Changes in body weight and fat mass of men and women in the first year of college: A study of the "freshman 15".||Hoffman DJ,Policastro P,Quick V,Lee SK||J Am Coll Health||2006 Jul-Aug|
|Self-weighing behaviors in young adults: tipping the scale toward unhealthy eating behaviors?||Quick V,Larson N,Eisenberg ME,Hannan PJ,Neumark-Sztainer D||J Adolesc Health||2012 Nov|
|Weight regulation practices of young adults. Predictors of restrictive eating.||Quick VM,Byrd-Bredbenner C||Appetite||2012 Oct|
|Case-control study of disturbed eating behaviors and related psychographic characteristics in young adults with and without diet-related chronic health conditions.||Quick VM,McWilliams R,Byrd-Bredbenner C||Eat Behav||2012 Aug|
|Disturbed Eating Severity Scale (DESS) places disturbed eating risk on a continuum.||Quick VM,Byrd-Bredbenner C||Appetite||2012 Aug|
|Sneakers and spokes: an assessment of the walkability and bikeability of U.S. postsecondary institutions.||Horacek TM,White AA,Greene GW,Reznar MM,Quick VM,Morrell JS,Colby SM,Kattelmann KK,Herrick MS,Shelnutt KP,Mathews A,Phillips BW,Byrd-Bredbenner C||J Environ Health||2012 Mar|
|Sweet and salty. An assessment of the snacks and beverages sold in vending machines on US post-secondary institution campuses.||Byrd-Bredbenner C,Johnson M,Quick VM,Walsh J,Greene GW,Hoerr S,Colby SM,Kattelmann KK,Phillips BW,Kidd T,Horacek TM||Appetite||2012 Jun|
|What foods are US supermarkets promoting? A content analysis of supermarket sales circulars.||Martin-Biggers J,Yorkin M,Aljallad C,Ciecierski C,Akhabue I,McKinley J,Hernandez K,Yablonsky C,Jackson R,Quick V,Byrd-Bredbenner C||Appetite||2013 Mar|
|Fatty, Fatty, Two-by-Four: Weight-Teasing History and Disturbed Eating in Young Adult Women.||Quick VM,McWilliams R,Byrd-Bredbenner C||Am J Public Health||2013 Mar|