Nicole Giuliani is an academic expert in health behaviors, emotion, self-regulation, and family dynamics in relationship to the decisions people make about the foods they eat. She uses multiple methods, including neuroimaging, to explore for the basic brain processes and mechanisms that are tied to emotion and self-regulation. She is a member of the Health Promotion and Obesity Prevention Initiative. Prior to joining the UO faculty, Giuliani was a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Psychology.
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If you want to support the health and wellness of kids, stop focusing on their weight (The Conversation, Oct. 11, 2021)
Conspiracy theories: Why some people are susceptible and how to protect yourself (The Washington Post, Oct. 19, 2020)
New guide helps children be emotionally prepared for school (Around the O, Feb. 17, 2020)
Food for Thought (Oregon Quarterly, spring 2018)