Crosby Research

Primary Research Focus

The Crosby Lab’s major research interests include the use of ecological momentary assessment to study eating disorders and obesity.

Current Projects


R21AA029145 Reinforcement as a prospective predictor of real-time alcohol use following bariatric surgery. Engel/Steffen 09/2022 – 08/2024

R01DK130926 Biobehavioral Factors and their Impact on Stress-Related Eating in Obesity. Engel/Steffen 09/2021 – 05/2025

P20GM134969 Center for Biobehavioral Mechanisms of Eating Behavior Wonderlich 04/2021 – 02/2026

R15AA030673 Use of Ecological Momentary Assessments to Evaluate Drinking in Native Women. Hanson 09/2023 – 08/2026

K01MD017630 A Mixed Methods Approach to Understanding Obesity Risk among Sexual Minority Women. Fowler 8/2022 - 3/2027

Primary Research Group

Behavioral Science

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