C l a u d i a P r o b a r t
Ph.D., University of Oregon, 1987
Associate Professor
Department of Nutrition

5D Henderson  Bldg
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802
Phone: (814) 865-7054 | Fax: (814) 863-6103

ckp1@psu.edu
R e s e a r c h   I n t e r e s t s

  • Psychosocial aspects of food decision making behavior
  • Nutrition and health marketing theory and practice
  • Gender issues in consumer nutrition behavior
  • Nutrition and health communication for special population groups, including the aged, athletes, children, adolescents
  • Worksite nutrition intervention for cancer risk reduction
  • P u b l i c a t i o n s
    
    
  • Lieberman, L., C. Probart, and N. Schoenberg. Body image among older, rural, African- American women with Type 2 diabetes. Collegium Anthropologicum,1:79-86, 2003.
  • Probart, C.K. “Risk Communication in Food-Safety Decision-making.”  Food, Nutrition and Agriculture Journal of FAO of the UN.  pp 14-20. No. 30, 2002.
  • Goldberg, J.H., C.K. Probart, and R.E. Zak. Visual search of food nutrition labels.
    Human Factors, 41(3):425-437, 1999.

  • Patterson RE, Kristal AR, Biener L, Varnes J, Feng Z, Glanz K, Stables G, Chamberlain RM, Probart C:  “Durability and Diffusion of the Nutrition Intervention in the Working Well Trial.”  Preventive Medicine, 27, 1998, pp. 668-673.

  • Probart CK, McDonnell E, Achterberg C, Anger S: “Evaluation of Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Nutrition Curriculum in Middle Schools.” Journal of Nutrition Education, Vol. 29, No 4, July/August, 1997. pp. 203-209.

  • Kinne, S., C. Probart, and E.R. Gritz. Cancer risk-related health behaviors and attitudes of older workers. Journal of Cancer Education, 1:89-95, 1996.
  • Sorensen, G., B. Thompson, K. Glanz, Z. Feng, S. Kinne, C. DiClemente, K. Emmons, J. Heimendinger, C. Probart, and E. Lichtenstein. Work site-based cancer prevention: Primary results from the working well trial. Am. J. of Public Health, 86:939-947, 1996.
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