Keenan, G. S., Rogers, P., & Brunstrom, J. M. The role of unexpected satiation in flavour-nutrient learning. Manuscript in preparation.
Keenan, G. S., Christiansen, P., Halford, J. C & Hardman, C. Food insecurity and diet quality: The mediating role of stress and maladaptive coping mechanisms. Submitted to the International Journal of Obesity on: 31/07/2019
Puddephatt, J. Keenan, G. S., Fielden, A.,Halford, J.C., & Hardman, C. ‘Eating to survive’: What factors influence food choice and eating behaviour in a food-insecure population? Submitted to Appetite on: 14/07/2019
Robinson, E., Henderson, J., Keenan, G.S., & Kersbergen, I. (2019). When a portion becomes a norm: Exposure to a smaller vs. larger portion of food affects later food intake. Food Quality and Preference, 75, 113-117
Keenan, G. S., Childs,L., Rogers, P., Hetherington, M. M., & Brunstrom, J. M. (2018). The portion size effect: women demonstrate an awareness of eating more than intended when served larger than normal portions. Appetite, 126, 54-60
Sünram-Lea S, & Owen L, (2017). The impact of diet-based glycaemic response and glucose regulation on cognition: evidence across the lifespan. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 76 (4), 466-477 . IF= 5.35].
Hipp, D., Gerhardstein, P., Zimmermann, L., Moser, A., Taylor, G., & Barr, R. (2017). The dimensional divide: Learning from TV and touchscreens during early childhood. In Media Exposure During Infancy and Early Childhood (pp. 33-54). Springer International Publishing.
Holt GM, Owen LJ, Till S, Cheng Y, Grant VA, Harden CJ and Corfe BM, (2016). Systematic literature review shows that appetite rating does not predict energy intake. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 57 (16), 3577-3582 [IF= 5.55].
Sünram-Lea S, Owen L, Robertson B. (2015) Glycaemic control and cognition: evidence across the lifespan (Chapter 6, p 125-150.) In Dye L, Best T (Eds) Nutrition for Brain Health and Cognitive Performance. CRC Press/Taylor and Francis.
Scholey A, Camfield D, Macpherson H, Owen L, Nguyen P, Stough C, Riby L (2015) Hippocampal involvement in glucose facilitation of recognition memory: event-related potential components in a dual-task paradigm. Nutrition and Aging. 3(1), 9-20. [IF=2.99]
Ossoukhova A, Owen L, Savage K, Meyer M, Ibarra A, Roller M, Pipingas A, Wesnes K, Stough C, Scholey A (2015) Improved working memory performance following administration of a single dose of American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.) to healthy middle-age adults. Human Psychopharmacology 30(2), 108-122. IF =2.44]
Scholey A, Savage K., O’Neill BV, Owen L, Stough C, Priestley C, & Wetherell M. (2014). Effects of two doses of glucose and a caffeine–glucose combination on cognitive performance and mood during multi‐tasking. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 29(5), 434-445. [IF =2.44. citations=9]
Stephens, R., Grange, J. A., Jones, K., & Owen, L. (2014). A critical analysis of alcohol hangover research methodology for surveys or studies of effects on cognition. Psychopharmacology, 231(11), 2223-2236. [IF =3.88]
Verster, J.C., Alford, C., Bervoets, A.C., de Klerk, S., Grange, J.A., Hogewoning, A., Jones, K., Kruisselbrink, D.L., Owen, L., Piasecki, T.M. and Raasveld, S.J., (2013). Hangover research needs: proceedings of the 5th Alcohol Hangover Research Group meeting. Current drug abuse reviews, 6(3), p.245. [IF =3.78]
Owen, L (2013). Metabolic Agents and Cognitive Function. In Advances in Natural Medicines, Nutraceuticals and Neurocognition, pp. 89-104. CRC Press,
Camfield, David, Lauren Owen, Andrew Pipingas, Con Stough, and Andrew Scholey. “Herbal extracts and cognition in adulthood and ageing.” Nutrition and Mental Performance: A Lifespan Perspective (2012): 302.
Owen L, Sunram-Lea SI (2011) Metabolic Agents that Enhance ATP can Improve Cognitive Functioning: A Review of the Evidence for Glucose, Oxygen, Pyruvate, Creatine, and l-Carnitine. Nutrients 3(8), 735-755. Impact factor [IF=3.75]
Owen L, Scholey AB, Finnegan Y, Hu H, Sünram-Lea SI (2011) The effect of glucose dose and fasting interval on cognitive function: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, sixway crossover study. Psychopharmacology 1-13. [IF =3.87].
McMillan L, Owen L, Kras M, Scholey A (2011) Behavioural effects of a 10-day Mediterranean Diet: results from a pilot study evaluating mood and cognitive performance. Appetite 56(1), 143-147. [IF =2.69]
Sünram-Lea SI, Owen L, Finnegan Y, Hu H (2011) Dose–response investigation into glucose facilitation of memory performance and mood in healthy young adults. Journal of Psychopharmacology 25:1076-1087. IF =3.64]
Scholey AB, Owen L, Gates J, Rodgers J, Buchanan T, Ling J, Heffernan T, Swan P, Stough C, Parrott AC (2011) Hair MDMA Samples Are Consistent with Reported Ecstasy Use: Findings from a Study Investigating Effects of Ecstasy on Mood and Memory. Neuropsychobiology 63, 15-21. [IF = 2.67]
Scholey AB, Owen L, Gates J, Rodgers J, Buchanan T, Ling J, Heffernan T, Swan P, Stough C, Parrott AC (2011) Is MDMA Present in Hair Samples Consistent with Reported Ecstasy Use? Open Addiction Journal 4, 50-51. [IF = 0.63].
Scholey A, Ossoukhova A, Owen L, Ibarra A, Pipingas A, He K, Roller M, Stough C (2010) Effects of American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) on neurocognitive function: an acute, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study. Psychopharmacology 212, 345-356. [IF =3.87]