College Students 2022
Helping College Students Get Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: Facilitators of and Barriers to Students Accessing the Federal Nutrition Assistance ProgramTo identify effective practices for assisting college students with Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) applications and explore challenges in student SNAP enrollment.
Calorie Compensation and Self-Regulation of Food Intake in College StudentsTo examine self-regulation of food intake among college students.
Consequences of Picky Eating in College StudentsTo examine the relation between young adult picky eating (PE) and psychosocial outcomes (eg, social phobia, quality of life) and dietary intake.
Addressing College Food Insecurity: An Assessment of Federal Legislation Before and During Coronavirus Disease-2019Research conducted before coronavirus disease-2019 illustrated high rates of food insecurity among college students. The pandemic has likely increased student food insecurity because of factors like unemployment and closure of campus resources, and many students cannot access federal food assistance because of long-standing student restrictions. This perspective reviews federal legislation on college food insecurity introduced in the 116th legislative session (2019–2020) immediately before coronavirus disease-2019 in the US, as well as pandemic-related stimulus bills and their implications for future policies and practice.
Socioeconomic Status and Diet Quality in College StudentsTo investigate the existence and trajectory of diet disparities among college students from different socioeconomic statuses (SESs).
Very Low Food Security Status is Related to Lower Cooking Self-Efficacy and Less Frequent Food Preparation Behaviors Among College StudentsInvestigate the relationships between food security status and cooking self-efficacy and food preparation behaviors among college students.
The Role of Self-Identity in Predicting College Students’ Intention to Consume Fruits and VegetablesTo identify factors influencing intention to consume fruits and vegetables (F&V) among college students by applying the Theory of Planned Behavior with the inclusion of self-identity and past behavior.