Below is a sample of the 100s of news reports (magazines, newspapers, television, radio, online media) that Dr. Markey’s research has been featured in.
- Book Review: Smart People Don’t Diet. Scientific American.
- Though not perfect, this is possibly the best book on weight loss ever written. Markey, a psychology professor who teaches a course called “The Psychology of Eating” at Rutgers University–Camden, is a true expert who has done what experts seldom do well. She has translated good science on eating and dieting into clear, friendly, informal language that virtually anyone with concerns about weight will find both interesting and helpful.
- Is Dieting for Dummies? The Pulse. WHYY radio.
- Health psychologist and eating behavior expert Charlotte Markey is kind and mild-mannered in person, or at least that’s how she came across when she visited us in studio for a conversation about dieting. But her opinion of fad diets and get-slim-quick schemes is far less congenial than her personality. The title of her new book says it all…Smart People Don’t Diet: How the latest science can help you lose weight permanently.
- What to Say and Do if Your Daughter Thinks She’s Fat. U.S. News and World Report.
- First, the bad news: Your daughter told you she thinks she’s fat. Now, the good news: Your daughter told you.
- Holiday Weight Worries? Why it’s OK to Indulge a Little at Christmas. Today Health.
- Warnings about holiday weight gain are as plentiful as eggnog, chocolate and Christmas cookies. So it may come as a surprise that some experts say it’s OK to indulge a bit through the season. Giving yourself permission to eat a little more during the holidays can actually help you control your weight in the long run, said Charlotte Markey, a psychology professor at Rutgers University and author of the upcoming book, “Smart People Don’t Diet: How the Latest Science Can Help You Lose Weight Permanently.”
- How to Love Yourself Naked. MindBodyGreen.
- Think about the last time you looked, or peeked, at yourself naked in the mirror. (Don’t pretend you’ve never done this.) Maybe you were deliberately checking yourself out, or maybe you just caught a glimpse of yourself as you got out of the shower.
- The Psychology of Eating. Why Diets Make You Miserable. SJ Magazine.
- Smart people don’t diet. At least, that’s what one Rutgers professor now knows for sure. After years studying the factors that influence body image, psychology professor Charlotte Markey says most of us approach weight management in unhealthy ways. She teaches a popular “Psychology of Eating” seminar in Camden, and she’s authored “Smart People Don’t Diet: How the Latest Science Can Help You Lose Weight Permanently.” She believes we all can find a sensible and healthy approach to weight management.
- Make New Year’s Resolutions a Long-Term Endeavor. Rutgers Camden News Now.
- For many people, the new year is a time of renewal, repurpose, and rededication. But making New Year’s Resolutions regarding one’s health shouldn’t mean relying on quick fixes or gimmicks. Ultimately, they are only effective if one adopts a healthy lifestyle as a long-term endeavor, explains Charlotte Markey, a professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden.
- Smart People Don’t Diet. YouTube.
- Thinking about starting a new diet as a New Years resolution? Think again, after years of research Dr Charlotte N. Markey, Ph.D. www.smartpeopledontdiet.com is a professor of psychology at Rutgers University at Camden has found that diets are a fruitless exercise.
- Nutrition Hacks and Serious Training. Apple iTunes.
- Want to hear the latest nutrition and fitness news? Keep up to date with trends and fads, whilst experts across Australia bust myths about every thing health related. I am here to talk about all the controversial nutrition & fitness topics no one else wants to talk about! I keep it real, no BS I promise. Let’s get into it shall we? Featuring Dr. Charlotte Markey, author of Smart People Don’t Diet, this episode.
- How to Break Bad Habits in the New Year. Courier Post.
- Instead of a New Year’s resolution, Sandy Tulino needed a wake-up call. And in late 2013, she realized, at 180 pounds, enough is enough. “I had no control over my life,” said Tulino.”Once I realized that, losing weight and exercise was part of putting me in charge again. Having control of myself was the key. I never dieted. I changed my lifestyle.”
- The Birthday Ban. SJ Magazine.
- As schools struggle to set limits on sugary snacks to keep students healthy, parents, teachers and kids are faced with one big question: just how happy can your birthday really be without cake?
- Mile High Gay Guy. Valentines Gay: Why Equality Matters for Same-Sex Couples. https://www.milehighgayguy.com/2015/02/valentines-gay-why-equality-matter-in.html
San Diego Gay & Lesbian News. Why equality matters in same-sex relationships. https://sdgln.com/social/2015/02/13/why-equality-matters-same-sex-relationships#sthash.m12VgBhP.dpbs
Out Take. New Gay Relationship Report.
Examiner.com. You need to like the person that you love.
New Brunswick Patch. Research Behind Love, Romance and Long-Term Relationships Studies.
- Courier Post. Common Threads for S.J. students? Uniforms Make the Grade. https://www.courierpostonline.com/story/news/local/south-jersey/2014/10/11/dress-codes-make-grade/17120723/
- Marshall Field News Herald. How do artificial colors affect our health? https://www.marshfieldnewsherald.com/story/life/2014/09/22/artificial-colors-affect-health/15879549/
Clarion Ledger. How do food dyes affect our health? http://www.clarionledger.com/story/life/2014/09/08/food-dyes-affect-health/15301631
Health Day. Happy in marriage, heavier on the scale?
The Courier Post. The food dye dilemma.
New York Times. Dieting is a short lived New Year’s resolution.
Colingswood Patch. Is your relationship making you healthier?
ABC News. Single, free, but not so healthy?
Eating Disorders Treatment. Experts warn against exposing children to weight loss television shows.
South Jersey Magazine. Reality TV linked to cosmetic surgery.
Medical Daily. Don’t be the thanksgiving turkey: Tips to avoid being overstuffed for the holidays.
Live Science. Teens view reality TV shows as “inspirational.”
New York Times (David Brooks’ Blog). The thrill of victory.
Press of Atlantic City. Help study childhood obesity.
The Economist. Politics and Pornography.
Marketing Media and Childhood. Body hate is up; let’s change the conversation.
WHYY. Reality TV shows make people want to go for nicks and tucks.
The Sydney Morning Herald. Cosmetic surgery becomes reality for young viewers.
MedIndia.net. Thanks to reality TV, increasing number of teens are going under the knife.
Medical Xpress. The best way to avoid overeating for the holidays.
Philly Gay News. NJ researcher looks at lesbian health.http://epgn.com/view/full_story/8112775/article-NJ-researcher-looks-at-lesbian-health?instance=home_news
NJ.com. West Deptford Board of Education continues dress code conversation; New Jersey School Board Association says effects depend on district.
Science Daily. Reality TV, cosmetic surgery linked, says researcher
NBC News. Americans show more interest in sex during the summer, study says.
Psych Central. Reality TV linked to teen cosmetic surgery.
theStar.com. When the leaves fall…so do our sex drives.
The Gaea Times. Reality TV spurs cosmetic surgery among youth.
e!ScienceNews. Political wins celebrated with porn, says Rutgers-Camden researcher.
e!ScienceNews. Reality TV, cosmetic surgery linked, says Rutgers-Camden researcher.
Psychology Today. Promiscuity: Spread the Love.