Bolded = PI; * = doctoral student; **undergraduate student
In Preparation:
  1. Braden, A., *Anderson, L., *Ferrell, E. L., *Redondo, R., *Grant, J., & *Barnhart, W. R. (In Preparation). Dialectical behavior therapy skills and behavioral weight loss for adults with overweight/obesity and emotional eating: A pilot study
Under Review or Revise and Resubmit:
  1. *Ferrell, E. L., Braden, A., & *Redondo, R. (Revise and Resubmit). Military culture: Eating and weight related behavior. Journal of Community Psychology.
  2. *Ferrell, E. L., & Braden, A. (Under Review). PTSD and BDD symptoms in disordered eating among male and female U.S. military personnel.

Lab Publications:

  1. *Barnhart, W. R., Braden, A., & *Dial, L. A. (In Press). Understanding the relationship between negative emotional eating and binge eating: The moderating effects of acting with awareness and non-reactive facets of mindfulness. Journal of Clinical Psychology.
  2. *Barnhart, W. R., Braden, A., & *Dial, L. A. (In Press). Emotion regulation difficulties strengthen relationships between perceived parental feeding practices and emotional eating: Findings from a cross-sectional study. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine.
  3. *Barnhart, W. R., Braden, A., & **Price, E. (2021). Emotion regulation difficulties interact with negative, not positive, emotional eating to strengthen relationships with disordered eating: An exploratory study. Appetite, 105038. [Link]
  4. Braden, A., & O'Brien, W. (In Press). Pilot study of a novel treatment using dialectical behavioral therapy skills for adults with overweight/obesity and emotional eating. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy. [Link]
  5. Braden, A., *Anderson, L., *Redondo, R., *Watford, T., *Emley, E., & *Ferrell, E. L. (In Press). Emotion regulation mediates relationships between perceived childhood invalidation, emotional reactivity, and emotional eating. Journal of Health Psychology. [Link]
  6. *Barnhart, W. R., Braden, A., & *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. [Link]
  7. *Watford, T., Braden, A., & O'Brien, W. (2020). Resting state heart rate variability in clinical and subthreshold disordered eating: A meta-anaysis. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 53, 1021-1033. [Link]
  8. Braden, A., *Ferrell, E. L., *Redondo, R., & *Watford, T. (2020). Dialectical behavior therapy skills and behavioral weight loss for emotional eating and obesity: A case study. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 50, 177-186. [Link]
  9. *Ferrell, E. L., *Watford, T., & Braden, A. (2020). Emotion regulation difficulties and impaired working memory interact to predict boredom emotional eating. Appetite, 144, 104450. [Link]
  10. Braden, A., *Emley, E., *Watford, T., *Anderson, L., & Musher-Eizenman, D. (2020). Self-reported emotional eating is not related to greater food intake: Results from two laboratory studies. Psychology & Health, 35(4), 500-517. [Link]
  11. *Watford, T., Braden, A., & *Emley, E. (2019). Mediation of the association between mindfulness and emotional eating among overweight individuals. Mindfulness, 10(6), 1153-1162. [Link]
  12. Braden, A., Musher-Eizenman, D., *Watford, T., & *Emley, E. (2018). Eating when depressed, anxious, bored, or happy: Are emotional eating types associated with unique psychological and physical health correlates? Appetite, 125, 410-417. [Link]
  13. Boutelle, K. N., Braden, A., Knatz-Peck, S., Anderson, L. K., & Rhee, K. E. (2018). An open trial targeting emotional eating among adolescents with overweight or obesity. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 26(1), 79-91. [Link]
  14. Boutelle, K., Rhee, K., Liang, J., Braden, A., Douglas, J., Strong, D., Rock, C., Wilfley, D., Epstein, L., & Crow, S. (2017). Effect of attendance of the child on body weight, energy intake, and physical activity in childhood obesity treatment: A randomized controlled trial. JAMA Pediatrics, 121(7), 622-628. [Link]
  15. Braden, A., Flatt, S.W., Boutelle, K.N., Strong, D., Sherwood, N.E., & Rock, C.L. (2016). Emotional eating is associated with weight loss success among adults enrolled in a weight loss program. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 39(4), 727-732. [Link]
  16. Boutelle, K.N., Braden, A., Douglas, J.M., Rhee, K.E., Strong, D., Rock, C.L., Wilfley, D.E., Epstein, L., & Crow, S. (2015). Design of the FRESH study: A randomized controlled trial of a parent-only and parent-child family-based treatment for childhood obesity. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 45, 364-370.
  17. Knatz, S., Braden, A., & Boutelle, N. (2015). Parent coaching model for adolescents with emotional eating. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 23(4), 377- 386. [Link]
  18. Braden, A., Madowitz, J., Bergmann, K., Matheson, B., Strong, D., & Boutelle, K. (2015). Parent binge eating and depression as predictors of attrition in family-based treatment for childhood obesity. Childhood Obesity, 11(2), 165-169. [Link]
  19. Braden, A., Crow, S., & Boutelle, K. (2015). Child self-reported motivations for weight loss: Impact of personal vs. social/familial motives on family-based behavioral weight loss treatment outcomes. Eating and Weight Disorders – Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia, and Obesity, 20(2), 205-213. [Link]
  20. Braden, A., Strong, D., Crow, S., & Boutelle, K. (2015). Parent changes in diet, physical activity, and behavior in family-based treatment for childhood obesity. Clinical Pediatrics, 54(5), 494-497. [Link]
  21. Braden, A., Rhee, K., Peterson, C.B., Rydell, S.A., Zucker, N., & Boutelle, K. (2014). Associations between child emotional eating and parenting factors. Appetite, 80, 35-40. [Link]
  22. Rutledge, T., Braden, A., Woods, G., Herbst, K., Groesz, L.M. & Savu, M. (2012). Five-year changes in psychiatric treatment status and weight-related comorbidities following bariatric surgery in a veteran population. Obesity Surgery, 22(11), 1734-1741. [Link]