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N = 21; = co-first authorship; * = corresponding author; ** = undergraduate mentee

In Press

*Barnhart, W. R., & Buelow, M. T. (Current Editorial Status: Accept Pending Revision, 02/26/2021). The performance of college students on the Iowa gambling task: Differences between scoring approaches. Assessment. [I.F. = 3.706]

Havercamp, S. M., Barnhart, W. R., Robinson, A. C., & Whalen Smith, C. N. (In Press). What should we teach about disability?: National consensus on disability competencies for health care education. Disability and Health Journal, 100989. [I.F. = 2.056] [PDF]


*Barnhart, W. R., Hamilton, L., Jordan, A. K., Pratt, M., & Musher-Eizenman, D. R. (2021). The interaction of negative psychological well-being and picky eating in relation to disordered eating in undergraduate students. Eating Behaviors, 40, 101476. [I.F. = 2.156] [PDF]

*Barnhart, W. R., Braden, A. L., & Dial, L. A. (2021). Understanding the relationship between negative emotional eating and binge eating: The moderating effects of acting with awareness and non-reactive mindfulness. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1-19.[I.F. = 2.138] [PDF]

*Barnhart, W. R., Braden, A. L., & Dial, L. A. (2021). Emotion regulation difficulties strengthen relationships between perceived parental feeding practices and emotional eating: Findings from a cross-sectional study. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1-17. [I.F. = 2.139] [PDF]

Angoff, H. D., & Barnhart, W. R. (2021). Bullying and cyberbullying among LGBQ and heterosexual youth from an intersectional perspective: Findings from the 2017 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Journal of School Violence, 1-14. [I.F. = 1.561] [PDF]

*Barnhart, W. R., Braden, A. L., & **Price, E. (2021). Emotion regulation difficulties interact with negative, not positive, emotional eating to strengthen relationships with disordered eating: An exploratory study. Appetite, 158, 105038. [I.F. = 3.608] [PDF]


*Barnhart, W. R., Braden, A. L., Jordan, A. K. (2020). Negative and positive emotional eating uniquely interact with ease of activation, intensity, and duration of emotional reactivity to predict increased binge eating. Appetite, 151, 104688. [I.F. = 3.501] [PDF]

Barnhart, W. R., Whalen Smith, C. N., Coleman, E., Riddle, I. K., & Havercamp, S. M. (2020). Living Independent From Tobacco reduces cigarette smoking and improves general health status among long-term tobacco users with disabilities. Disability and Health Journal, 13(3), 100882. [I.F. = 2.056] [PDF]

Barnhart, W. R., Whalen Smith, C. N., Ellsworth, D., Coleman, E., Lorenz, A., Riddle, I. K., & Havercamp, S. M. (2020). Implementing Living Independent From Tobacco with dyads of people with disabilities and their caregivers: Successes and lessons learned. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 58(3), 241-250. [I.F. = 1.582] [PDF]

Barnhart, W. R., Ellsworth, D., Robinson, A. C., Myers, J., Andridge, R. R., & Havercamp, S. M. (2020). Caregiving in the shadows: National analysis of health outcomes and intensity and duration of care among those who care for people with mental illness and for people with developmental disabilities. Disability and Health Journal, 13(1), 100837. [I.F. = 1.471] [PDF]


Barnhart, W. R., Buelow, M. T., & Trost, Z. (2019). Effects of acute pain and pain-related fear on risky decision making and effort during cognitive tests. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 41(10), 1033-1047. [I.F. = 1.994] [PDF]

Barnhart, W. R., Havercamp, S. M., Lorenz, A., & Yang, E. A. (2019). Better together: A pilot study on Cooking Matters for adults with developmental disabilities and direct support professionals. Nutrition and Metabolic Insights, 12, 1-7. [SCImago Journal Rank = 0.331] [PDF]

Havercamp, S. M., Barnhart, W. R., Ellsworth, D., Coleman, E., Lorenz, A., Whalen Smith, C. N., & Riddle, I. K. (2019). Evidence for the fidelity and effectiveness of Living Independent From Tobacco for people with disabilities and their caregivers. Tobacco Use Insights, 12, 1-5. [I.F./SCImago Journal Rank = Not Available] [PDF]


Barnhart, W. R., Rivera, S., & Robinson, C. W. (2018). Effects of linguistic labels on visual attention in children and young adults. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 358. [I.F. = 2.089] [PDF]

Barnhart, W. R., Rivera, S., & Robinson, C. W. (2018). Different patterns of modality dominance across development. Acta Psychologica, 182, 154-165. [I.F. = 1.862] [PDF]

Buelow, M. T., & Barnhart, W. R. (2018). An initial examination of performance on two versions of the Iowa gambling task. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 33(4), 502-507. [I.F. = 1.590] [PDF]

Buelow, M. T., & Barnhart, W. R. (2018). Test-retest reliability of common behavioral decision making tasks. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 33(1), 125-129. [I.F. = 1.590] [PDF]

*Barnhart, W. R., & Buelow, M. T. (2018). Risky decision making in college students as a function of self-reported eating behaviors. Journal of Undergraduate Research at Ohio State, 7, 79-89. [I.F./SCImago Journal Rank = Not Available] [PDF]


Barnhart, W. R., & Buelow, M. T. (2017). Assessing impulsivity: Relationships between behavioral and self-report measures in individuals with and without self-reported ADHD. Personality and Individual Differences, 106, 41-45. [I.F. = 1.967] [PDF]

Buelow, M. T., & Barnhart, W. R. (2017). The influence of math anxiety, math performance, worry, and test anxiety on the Iowa gambling task and balloon analogue risk task. Assessment, 24(1), 127-137. [I.F. = 3.197] [PDF]

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings (N = 1)


Robinson, C. W., Barnhart, W. R., & Rivera, S. (2015). Auditory stimuli slow down responses and first fixations: Support for auditory dominance in adults. In D.C. Noelle, R. Dale, A.S. Warlaumont, J. Yoshimi, T. Matlock, C.D. Jennings, & P.P. Maglio (Eds.), Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 2009-2014). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. [PDF]

Publications Under Review or Revise and Resubmit (N = 5)

Braden, A., Anderson, L., Ferrell, E., Redondo, R., Grant, J., & Barnhart, W. R. (Current Editorial Status: With Editor, 02/25/2021). An open trial examining dialectical behavior therapy skills and behavioral weight loss for adults with emotional eating and overweight/obesity. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. [I.F. = 2.096]

*Barnhart, W. R., Dial, L. A., Jordan, A. K., Studer-Perez, E. I., Kalantzis, M. A., & Musher-Eizenman, D. R. (Current Editorial Status: Editor Assigned, 02/24/2021). What facets of picky eating relate to eating concerns in undergraduate students?: The moderating effects of negative psychological correlates. Eating and Weight Disorders – Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity. [I.F. = 3.634]

Jordan, A. K., Barnhart, W. R., Studer-Perez, E. I., Hamilton, L., Kalantzis, M. A., & Musher-Eizenman, D. R. (Current Editorial Status: Under Review, 01/30/2021). ‘Quarantine 15’: Pre-registered findings on stress and concern about weight gain before/during COVID-19 in relation to caregivers’ eating pathology. Appetite [I.F. = 3.608]

*Barnhart, W. R., & Angoff, H. D. (Current Editorial Status: Under Review, 01/25/2021). Examining relations between weight management behaviors and weight loss intent across sex and sexual orientation in a nationally representative sample of United States youth. The Social Science Journal [I.F. = 1.033]

Jordan, A. K., Dial, L. A., Barnhart, W. R., Studer, E. I., Kamath, S., & Musher-Eizenman, D. R. (Current Editorial Status: Revision Under Review, 02/05/2020). Fussy, fad, and frustrating?: Stigma toward picky eaters and popular dieters by peers. Stigma and Health. [I.F. = I.F./SCImago Journal Rank = Not Available]

Publications In Preparation (N = 9)

Angoff, H. D., Barnhart, W. R., McGraw, J. S., & Docherty, M. (In Preparation). Bullying and cyberbullying among LGBQ youth: Examining intersectionality with latent class analysis.

*Barnhart, W. R., Kalantzis, M. A., & Braden, A. L. (In Preparation). Self-reported emotional eating in clinical and non-clinical disordered eating: A meta-analysis and psychometric review. Submit to International Journal of Eating Disorders. [I.F. = 3.668]

Barnhart, W. R., Pratt, M., Dial, L. A., Jordan, A. K., Varga, A. V., & Musher-Eizenman, D. R. (In Preparation). Parent mental health and feeding practices correlate with children’s disordered and picky eating in emerging adulthood: Findings from a cross-sectional study. Submit to Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment & Prevention. [I.F. = 2.013]

*Barnhart, W. R., Hoagland, K. C., & Borgogna, N. C. (In Preparation). Negative psychological correlates of frequency of use and enjoyment for diverse types of pornography: Exploratory analyses by sex and sexual orientation. Submit to International Journal of Sexual Health. [I.F. = 1.191]

*Barnhart, W. R., Jordan, A. K., Angoff, H. D., et al. (In Preparation). Adopting an intersectional approach to body image, disordered eating, and emotional eating among sexual minority women and men: A latent class analysis. Submit to International Journal of Eating Disorders. [I.F. = 3.668]

*Barnhart, W. R., *Jordan, A. K., Griffith, F. J., Angoff, H. D., & Hoag, J. E. (In Preparation): #lesbian, #instagay, and #bisexual: Content analysis of lesbian, gay, and bisexual Instagram communities. Submit to Journal of Homosexuality. [I.F. = 1.873]

McGraw, J. S., Angoff, H. D., Chinn, J., Barnhart, W. R., Lee, B. N., Diggins, E., Jordan, A. K., Branch, J., & Docherty, M. (In Preparation). Stigma and negative mental health outcomes in LGBTQ youth in Utah: Testing the psychological mediation framework. Submit to The Counseling Psychologist. [I.F. = 2.263]

*Barnhart, W. R., Hoagland, K. C., Borgogna, N. C., & Grubbs, J. B. (In Preparation). Do factors that reinforce idealized male body image strengthen relationships between pornography use and body dissatisfaction, disordered eating, and negative mental health symptoms among gay and bisexual men? Submit to Archives of Sexual Behaviors. [I.F. = 3.131]

Buelow, M. T., Barnhart, W. R., Crook, T., Cayton, C., Runyon, M., Clark, R., & Suhr, J. (In Preparation). Does manipulating effort on cognitive tasks affect decision making on behavioral decision making tasks? Submit to Neuropsychology. [I.F. = 2.506]