From 2005 (full list available on request)
Robinson, E.L. Daley, A. Jolly, K. Lewis, A. Lycett, D. Aveyard, P. and Higgs, S. Eating Attentively: A systematic review of the effect of food intake memory and awareness on eating, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, in press
Robinson, E.L., A. Fleming and Higgs, S. Prompting healthier eating: comparing the use of health and social norm based messages, Health Psychology, in press
Robinson, E.L. and Higgs, S. Food Choices in the Presence of “Healthy” and “Unhealthy” Eating Partners. British Journal of Nutrition,
Robinson, E.L. and Higgs, S. Food intake norms increase and decrease snack food intake in a remote confederate study. Appetite, in press
Higgs, S. and Jones, A. (2013). Prolonged chewing at lunch decreases later snack intake. Appetite, 62 91-5.
Blissett, J. Bennett, C. Donahoe, J. Rogers S. and Higgs S. (2012). Predicting successful introduction of novel fruit to preschool children. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 112 1959-1967.
Robinson, E.L. and Higgs, S. (2012). Liking Food Less: The Impact of Social Influence on Food Liking Evaluations in Female Students. PLOS ONE, 7, 11, Article Number: e48858
Robinson, E.L. Blissett, J. and Higgs, S. (2012). The influence of recent tasting experience on expected liking for foods. Food Quality and Preference, 27 101-106.
Robinson, E.L. Blissett, J. and Higgs, S. (2012). Changing Memory of Food Enjoyment to Increase Food Liking, Choice and Intake. British Journal of Nutrition, 108 1505-10.
Grey, J. Barber, D.J. Terry, P. and Higgs S. (2012). Comparison of the effects of cannabinoid ligands on licking microstructure. Behavioural Pharmacology 23 Issue: 5-6 Pages: 551-9
Higgs, S. Rutters, F. Thomas, J. Naish, K. & Humphreys, G.W. (2012). Attention to food stimuli is enhanced by processing of food in working memory. Appetite, 59, 71-75.
Finlayson, G. Cecil, J. Higgs, S. Hill, A and Hetherington, M.M. (2012). Susceptibility to weight gain: Eating behaviour traits and physical activity as predictors of weight gain during the first year of university. 58, 1091-1098.
Hallschmid, M. Higgs, S. Thienel, M. Ott, V. and Lehnert, H. (2012). Administration of intranasal insulin intensifies satiety and reduces intake of palatable snacks in women. Diabetes, 61, 782-789
Ginty, A.T., Phillips, A.C.C Higgs, S. Heaney, J.L.J. and, Carroll, D. (2012). Disordered eating behaviour is associated with blunted cortisol and cardiovascular reactions to acute psychological stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 37, 715-724.
Higgs, S, Robinson E.L. and Lee, M.D. (2012). Learning and Memory Processes and Their Role in Eating: Implications for Limiting Food Intake in Overeaters. Current Obesity Reports, DOI 10.1007/s13679-012-0008-9
Higgs, S (2011) Food memories, food intake and food choice Implications for product development. Agro food industry hi-tech 22 50
Speakman, J.R, Levitsky, DA. Allison, DB. et al. (2011). Set points, settling points and some alternative models: theoretical options to understand how genes and environments combine to regulate body adiposity. Disease Models & Mechanisms Volume, 4: 733-745.
Birak, KS, Terry, P and Higgs, S. (2011). Contextual conditioning of the effects of alcohol on executive function. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 46, 686-693.
Robinson, E.L. Blissett, J. and Higgs, S. (2011). Recall of vegetable eating affects future predicted enjoyment and choice of vegetables. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 111,1543-1548.
Higgs, S and Donohoe, J. (2011). Focusing on food during lunch enhances lunch memory and decreases later snack intake. Appetite, 57, 202-206.
Robinson, E.L. Blissett, J. and Higgs, S. (2011). Dietary restraint moderates the influence of peak and end effects on remembered enjoyment of eating. Appetite 57, 207-212
Robinson, EL, Tobias, T Shaw, L Freeman E & Higgs S. (2011). Social Matching of Food Intake and the Need for Social Acceptance. Appetite, 56, 747-752.
Booth , DA O'Leary, G, Li L and Higgs , S. (2011). Aversive viscerally referred states and thirst accompanying the sating of hunger motivation by rapid digestion of glucosaccharides. Physiology & Behavior,102: 373-381.
Higgs, S. Cooper, A.J. & Barnes, N.M (2011). Partial reversal of sibutramine-induced anorexia with a selective 5-HT2C receptor antagonist. Psychopharmacology, 214:941-947.
Jenks, R.A. and Higgs, S. (2011) Responding for cigarette puffs under a progressive ratio schedule of reinforcement: effects of dieting status and cigarette deprivation in female smokers. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 520, 530-539.
Jenks, R.A. and Higgs, S. (2011). Reactivity to smoking- and food-related cues in currently dieting and non-dieting young women smokers. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 25, 520-529.
Booth, D.A., Higgs, S., Schneider, J., & Klinkenberg,I.(2010). Learnt liking versus inborn delight. Can sweetness give sensual pleasure or is it just motivating? Psychological Science 21(11) 1656–1663.
Birak,KS, Terry, P and Higgs, S. (2010). The effect of cues associated with an alcoholic beverage on executive function. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 71, 562.569.
Attwood, A., Terry, P. and Higgs, S. (2010). Conditioned psychomotor effects of caffeine in humans. Physiology & Behavior 99, 286–293.
Malpass, D. and Higgs, S. (2009) How is cigarette smoking maintained in depression? Experiences of cigarette smoking in people diagnosed with depression. Addiction Research and Therapy, 17, 64 – 79.
Chechlacz, M. Rotshtein, P. Klamer, S. Preissl, H. Porubska, K. Higgs, S. Booth, D.A. Abele, H. Birbaumer N. and Nouwen A. (2009) Diabetes associated diet changes responses to food pictures in brain regions associated with motivation and emotion: an fMRI study. Diabetologia 52, 524–533.
Higgs, S. and Woodward, M. (2009). Television watching during lunch increases afternoon snack intake of young women. Appetite, 52, 39-43.
Higgs, S. Stafford L.D., Attwood A.S., Walker S.C. and Terry P. (2008). Cues that signal the alcohol content of a beverage and their effectiveness at altering drinking rates in young social drinkers. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 43 (6) 630-635.
Pringle, A. Jennings, J. Line,S. Bannerman, D. Higgs, S. and Sharp, T. (2008) Mice overexpressing the 5-hydroxytryptamine transporter show no alterations in feeding behaviour, but increased sensitivity to fenfluramine. Psychopharmacology, 200, 291–300.
Higgs, S. Williamson, A.C.. Rotshtein, P. & Humphreys, G.W. (2008). Sensory specific satiety is intact in amnesics who eat multiple meals. Psychological Science, 19, 623-628.
Higgs, S. Williamson, A.C. and Attwood, A.S. (2008). Recall of recent lunch and its effect on subsequent snack intake. Physiology & Behavior, 94, 454-462.
Higgs, S. (2008). Cognitive influences on food intake: the effects of manipulating memory for recent eating. Physiology & Behavior, 94, 734-739.
Jenks, R.A. and Higgs, S. (2007). Associations between dieting and smoking-related behaviours in young women. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 88, 291-299.
Attwood, A.S., Higgs, S. and Terry, P. (2007). Differential responsiveness to caffeine and perceived effects of caffeine in low and high regular caffeine consumers. Psychopharmacology, 190, 469-477.
Malpass, D. and Higgs, S. (2007). Acute psychomotor, subjective and physiological responses to smoking in depressed outpatient smokers. Psychopharmacology, 190, 363-372.
Higgs, S. Impairment of cognitive performance in dietary restrained women when imagining eating is not affected by anticipated consumption (2007). Eating Behaviors, 8, 157-161.
Higgs, S. and Eskenazi, T. (2007). Dietary restraint and disinhibition are associated with increased alcohol use behaviours and thoughts in young women social drinkers. Eating Behaviors, 8, 236-243.
Brunstrom, J.M. Higgs, S. and Mitchell, G.L. (2005). Dietary restraint andUSdevaluation predict evaluative learning. Physiology & Behavior, 85, 524-535.
Higgs, S. (2005). Memory and its role in appetite regulation. Physiology & Behavior 85, 67-72.
Higgs, S. Barber, D.J. Cooper, A.J. and Terry, P. (2005). Differential effects of two cannabinoid receptor agonists on progressive ratio responding for food and free-feeding. Behavioural Pharmacology, 16, 389-393.
Cooper S.J. and Higgs, S. (2005). Benzodiazepine effects on licking responses for sodium chloride solutions. Physiology & Behavior, 85, 252-258.