A research psychologist by training, she was one of the pioneers of the behavioral medicine and health psychology movements. Dr. Rodin’s leadership ushered The Rockefeller Foundation into a new era of strategic philanthropy that emphasized partnerships with business, government, and the philanthropic community to address and solve for the complex challenges of the 21st century.
Rodin championed two whole new fields that are now pervasive: resilience and impact investing. At Penn, Dr. Rodin presided over an unprecedented decade of growth and progress that transformed the institution, its campus, and the community, taking the university from sixteenth to fourth in U.S. News and World Report national rankings. The University also engineered a comprehensive, internationally acclaimed neighborhood revitalization program in West Philadelphia. Rodin has served as a member of the board for several leading corporations and many non-profits. She has authored more than 200 academic articles and chapters, and has written or co-written 15 books, including The Power of Impact Investing: Putting Markets to Work for Profit and Global Good and The Resilience Dividend: Being Strong in a World Where Things Go Wrong. Her most recent book, published by Wharton School Press, is entitled Making Money Moral: How a New Wave of Visionaries is Linking Purpose and Profit.
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, A.B., 1966, Psychology
Columbia University, New York, Ph.D. 1971, Psychology
University of California, Irvine, 1971 (Summer), NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Neurobiology for Social Scientists
2005-2017 President, The Rockefeller Foundation
2004-present President Emerita, University of Pennsylvania
1994-2004 President, University of Pennsylvania
2000-2007 Fox Leadership Professor, University of Pennsylvania
1994-present Professor of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
1994-2007 Professor of Psychology, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania
1994-2007 Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
1992-1994 Provost, Yale University
1991-1992 Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Yale University
1989-1991 Chair, Department of Psychology, Yale University
1985-1994 Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry, Yale University
1984-1994 Philip R. Allen Professor of Psychology, Yale University
1983-1993 Chair, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Determinants and Consequences of Health-Promoting and Health-Damaging Behavior
1982-1989 Director, Health Psychology Training Program, Yale University
1979-1983 Professor of Psychology, Yale University
1982-1989 Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Psychology, Yale University
1975-1979 Associate Professor of Psychology, Yale University
1972-1975 Assistant Professor of Psychology, Yale University
1970-1972 Assistant Professor of Psychology, New York University
2024 Yale University (Humane Letters)
2016 John Hopkins University (Humane Letters)
2012 Northeastern University (Humane Letters)
2009 Thomas Jefferson University (Science)
2008 University of Miami (Humane Letters)
2007 Dartmouth (Science)
2007 University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Humane Letters)
2007 University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (Sciences)
2006 University of Pittsburgh (Humane Letters)
2006 Yeshiva University (Humane Letters)
2006 Franklin & Marshall College (Humane Letters)
2004 University of Pennsylvania (Laws)
2004 Brown University (Laws)
2004 New York University (Humane Letters)
2001 Arcadia University (Humane Letters)
2001 The Curtis Institute of Music (Music)
1996 Lafayette College (Law)
1995 Medical College of Pennsylvania and Hahnemann University (Humane Letters)
1994 University of New Haven (Humane Letters)
Yale Science and Engineering Association Award for Meritorious Service to Yale, 2023
Consortium for Sustainable Urbanization President’s Award, 2022
Miami Chamber of Commerce Champions of Business Award for Sustainability, 2017
United Nations International Quality of Life Award, 2016
Global Conservation Leadership Award, Conservation International, 2015
Edmund N. Bacon Prize, 2015
Yale School of Public Health – Centennial C.E.A. Winslow Medal
ULI J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development, 2014
American Society of Landscape Architects-NY President’s Honor Award, 2014
Global Leadership Award, Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), 2014
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal, 2013
Public Sector Woman of the Year Award (FWA), 2013
Sackler Center First Award, 2012
Tulane University President’s Medal, 2012
The Academy for Eating Disorders Global Impact Award, 2008
Pennsylvania Society Gold Medal for Distinguished Achievement, 2006
American Psychological Association’s Lifetime Career Achievement Award in Psychology, 2005
Philadelphia Award, 2004
William Penn Award, 2004
The Pennsylvania Women’s Campaign Fund (PWCF) 2004 Seneca Award
Bellwether Medal, 2004
University of Pennsylvania Alumni Award of Merit, 2004
School of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Alumni Award, 2004
Enterprise Awards Legend Award, 2003
LD Access Foundation Lifetime Commitment Award 2003
Philadelphia Public Relations Association Gold Medal Award 2003
National Women’s Law Center Award, 2002
Visiting Nurses Association Caring Award, 2002
The Beacon Award, The Trustees Council of Penn Women, 2001
Comcast Newsmakers of the Year Education Award, 2001
Columbia Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Award for Doctoral Achievement, 2000
Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania Award, 2000
National Institute of Social Sciences Annual Gold Medal Award, 2000
Sara Lee Frontrunner Award, 1999
Second Annual Women’s Health Heroes Awards, American Health for Women, 1998
Pennsylvania Honor Roll of Women, 1995
The Glass Ceiling Award, American Red Cross, 1995
Woman of Inspiration Award, American Anorexia Bulimia Association, 1995
21st Century Award, The International Alliance, 1995
The 33rd Annual Golden Plate Award, American Academy of Achievement, 1994
AAUW Achievement Award, 1994
Wilbur Lucius Cross Medal, Yale Graduate School Alumni Association, 1992
Distinguished Publication Award, Association for Women in Psychology, 1991
Distinguished Creative Contribution Award to Gerontology, Gerontological Society of America, 1987
Outstanding Health Psychology Contribution Award, Division 38, American Psychological Association, 1980
Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology, American Psychological Assoc, 1977
AIR Creative Talents Dissertation Award, 1970
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
American Philosophical Society
American Psychosomatic Society
Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering
Council on Foreign Relations
Fellow, American Psychological Association, Division 8, 9, 38
Fellow, Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Fellow, Society of Behavioral Medicine
Institute of Medicine (National Academy of Medicine)
New York Academy of Sciences
Phi Beta Kappa
Society of Experimental Social Psychology
John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellow, 1986-87
Yale University Junior Faculty Fellow, 1974-75
Columbia University Distinguished Faculty Fellow, 1967-70
Woodrow Wilson Fellow, 1966-67
Athena Technology, 2021-present
Resilient Cities Catalyst, 2020-present
Everly Health, 2019-present
Prodigy Finance, 2018-present
One Concern, 2017-present
Laureate Education, 2014-present
Trilogy Education Services, 2018-2019
Laurel Strategies, 2017-2021
Citigroup, 2004 – 2017
Comcast/NBCUniversal, 2002 – 2018
BlackRock Closed End Fund, 2001-2004
Young & Rubicam, Inc., 1999-2000
New York Stock Exchange, Inc., 1998-2000
AMR Corporation, 1997- 2013
Electronic Data Systems Corporation, 1996-2005
Aetna, Inc., 1995-2005
Air Products, Allentown, PA, 1993-1996
New World Symphony 2018-present
Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) 2007-2019
Commission on Inclusive Prosperity, Center for American Progress, 2013-2014
NYS 2100 Commission, 2012-2013
Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) 2012-2017
White House Council for Community Solutions, 2010-2012
Cooper Union, 2010-2011
United States Artists, 2009-2011
Carnegie Hall, 2006-2016
Living Cities 2006-2010
New York City Commission for Economic Opportunity, 2006-2009
World Trade Center Memorial Foundation, 2005-2017
Brookings Institution, 1995-2004 – Honorary Trustee 2004-2006
American Red Cross Chairman’s Cabinet, 2003-2004
Schuylkill River Development Corporation, 2003-2009
American Association of Universities, 2002-2004
Knowledge Industry Partnership, 2002-2004
Greater Philadelphia College and University Presidents, 2001-2004
Innovation Philadelphia, 2001-2005
National Infrastructure Assurance Council, 2001-2004
Philadelphia Mayor-Elect John Street, 1999-2000
Philadelphia Workforce Investment Board, 1999-2004
US Treasury High Level Panel on the security of the White House 1996
Greater Philadelphia First, 1995-2002
Catalyst, New York, NY, 1994-2006
Pennsylvania Task Force on Higher Education Funding, 1994
Independent Panel to Review Safety Procedures at The White House, 1994-1995
Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, 1994 -2004
Monell Chemical Senses Center, 1994-1996
International Life Sciences Institute, 1993 – 1995
President’s Council of Advisors in Science and Technology (PCAST) under President William J. Clinton, 1993-2000
Yale-New Haven Hospital, 1992-1994
University of New Haven, 1992-1994
New Haven Symphony Orchestra, 1990-1992
Commission on Private and Public Needs, 1974-1975
National Academy of Medicine Grand Challenge on Climate Change, Human Health, and Equity 2020-present
Y Analytics, 2019-present
Council on Foreign Relations, 2006-present
America Reads Steering Committee of Presidents, 1997-1999
Council on Competitiveness, 1997-2004
Association of American Universities, 1996-2002
Council of Presidents, Universities Research Association, 1994-95
Advisory Committee to The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in monitoring its grant in support of the Partnership For A Drug Free America, 1994-96
American Philosophical Society, 1994-2007
Institute of Medicine Council, 1993-95
National Academy of Sciences Government-University-Industry Research Round Table, 1993-95
Institute of Medicine Planning Panel on “Issues in the Inclusion of Women in Clinical Trials”, 1991
Society of Behavioral Medicine, 1990-91
Institute of Medicine Panel on National Research Agenda for Aging, 1989-91
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Section J, 1988-92
Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, 1987-89
Sigma Xi, Yale Chapter, 1986-87
Institute of Medicine, 1983-87
American Psychological Association, Division of Health Psychology (38) 1982-83
Eastern Psychological Association
National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute, 1980-84
John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Health Program, 1979-83
Institute of Medicine Panel on Health and Behavior: A Research Agenda, 1979
American Psychological Association, 1979-82
Society of Experimental Social Psychology, 1978-80
American Psychological Association, Division 8, 1976-78
National Academy of Sciences (NRC)
NIH-Fogarty Center Task Force to establish priorities for research in obesity, 1976-78
John E. Fogarty International Center for Advanced Study in Health Sciences (NIH) 1974-76
American Psychological Society
Appetite, Chief Editor, 1979-1992
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Associate Editor, 1976-79
Medicine, Exercise, Nutrition and Health, 1991-94
Journal of Substance Abuse, 1988-93
Psychological Inquiry, 1988
Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 1987
Journal of Gerontology, 1987-92
International Journal of Health Psychology, 1985-94
Health Psychology, 1981-94
Behavioral Medicine, 1978-84
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1978-79
Cognitive Therapy and Research, 1978-80
Journal of Social Issues, 1978-80
Environmental Psychology and Nonverbal Behavior, 1977-79
International Journal of Obesity, 1977-88; 1990-94
(full list of all lectures available upon request)
Phoebe S. LeBoy Lecture, Penn Forum for Women Faculty, “The Power of Resilience: Women’s Leadership in the 21st Century”, 2019
Helen Edison Lecture, Bi-National Symposium, University of California, San Diego, 2017
Robert H. Ebert Lecture on Academic Medicine and the Public Interest, Association of American Medical Colleges Council of Deans 2003 Spring Meeting, “A Revisionist View of the Integrated Academic Health Center”, 2003.
Robert G. Petersdorf Lecture, Association of American Medical Colleges, Transforming A Nation: Academic Leadership for the Next Century, 1997.
The Esther and Isadore Kesten Memorial Lecture, University of Southern California, 1991
Bishop Robert F. Joyce Lectures in Aging, University of Vermont, 1989
School of Health and Human Services Distinguished Lecture, University of New Hampshire, 1988
Robert E. Miller Lecture, University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, 1987
Distinguished Lecture in Individual and Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University, 1987
Katz-Newcomb Lecture, University of Michigan, 1984
Katherine D. McCormick Distinguished Lecture, Stanford University Medical School, 1982
Master Lecture, American Psychological Association, 1977
Making Money Moral: How a New Wave of Visionaries is Linking Purpose and Profit (co-author, Saadia Madsbjerg), Wharton School Press 2021.
The Resilience Dividend: Being Strong in a World Where Things Go Wrong, Public Affairs 2014.
The Power of Impact Investing: Putting Markets to Work for Profit and Global Good (co-author, Margot Brandenburg), Wharton Digital Press 2014.
The University & Urban Revival: Out of the Ivory Tower and Into the Street, University of Pennsylvania Press 2007.
Public Discourse in America: Conversation and Community in the Twenty-First Century (Co-Editor, Stephen Steinberg), University of Pennsylvania Press 2003.
Body Traps: Breaking the Binds That Keep You From Feeling Good About Your Body, Quill 1993.
Eating, Body Weight, And Performance In Athletes: Disorders Of Modern Society (Co-author, Kelly Brownell, Jack H. Wilmore), Lea & Febiger 1992.
Women and New Reproductive Technologies: Medical, Psychosocial, Legal, and Ethical Dilemmas (Co-editor, Aila Collins), Psychology Press 1991.
The Weight Maintenance Survival Guide (Co-author, Kelly D. Brownell), American Health Publishing Company 1990.
Self Directedness: Cause and Effects Throughout the Life Course (Co-editor, Carmi Schooler, K. Warner Schaie), Psychology Press 1990.
A Distinctive Approach to Psychological Research: The Influence of Stanley Schachter, (Co-editor, N.E. Grunberg, R.E. Nisbett, J.E. Singer), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates 1987.
Controlling Your Weight, Facts on File 1987.
Health Psychology: A Discipline and Profession, (Co-editor, C. Belar, M. Follick, J. Matarazzo, N. Miller, J. Singer, G. Stone), University of Chicago Press 1987.
Exploding the Weight Myths, London Century Press 1982.
Health Behavior and Aging (Co-author F. Solomon, D.L. Parron), Washington D.C.: National Academy Press 1982.
Obese Humans and Rats (Co-author, Stanley Schachter), John Wiley & Sons 1974.
Rodin, J. The University as Discourse Community. In Judith Rodin and Stephen P. Steinberg (Eds.), Public Discourse in America: Conversation and Community in the Twenty-First Century, Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003, 232-236.
Rodin, J. & Steinberg, S.P. Incivility and Public Discourse. In Judith Rodin and Stephen P. Steinberg (Eds.), Public Discourse in America: Conversation and Community in the Twenty-First Century, Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003, 1-23.
Rodin, J. The Work of the Penn National Commission. In Judith Rodin and Stephen P. Steinberg (Eds.), Public Discourse in America: Conversation and Community in the Twenty-First Century, Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003, xi-xv.
Salovey, P., Rothman, A. & Rodin, J. Health Behavior. In D. Gilbert, S. Fiske, & G. Lindzey (Eds.), Handbook Of Social Psychology (4th edition). New York: McGraw-Hill, 1998, 633-683.
Ethier, K., Ickovics, J. & Rodin, J. For whose benefit? Women and AIDS public policy. In A. O’Leary and L.S. Jemmott (Eds.), Women and AIDS: Coping and Care, New York: Plenum Press, 1996, 207-228.
Rodin, J. & Timko, C. Sense of control, aging & health. In M. Ory, R. Abeles & P.D. Lipman (Eds.), Aging, Health & Behavior, Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1992, 174-206.
Rodin, J. & Larson, L. Social factors and the ideal body shape. In K. Brownell, J. Rodin, J. Wilmore (Eds.), Eating, Body Weight, and Performance in Athletes, Disorders of Modern Society. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1992, 146-158.
Rodin, J. Determinants of food intake regulation in obesity. In P. Bjorntorp and B. Brodoff (Eds), Obesity. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1992, 220-230.
Rodin, J. & Radke-Sharpe, N. Changes in appetitive variables as a function of pregnancy. In M. Friedman, M.G. Tordoff, and M. Kare (Eds.) Chemical Senses: Appetite And Nutrition, New York: Marcel Dekker, 1991, 325-340.
Rodin, J. Stress-induced eating: Implications for diabetes. In P. McCabe, N. Schneiderman, T. Field, & J. Skyler (Eds.), Stress, Coping, And Disease. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1991. 135-146.
Rodin, J. Psychological and behavioral determinants of regional fat deposition. In G. Ailhaud, B. Guy-Grand, M. Lafontan, & D. Ricquier (Eds.), Obesity In Europe ’91, London: John Libbey & Company Ltd., 1991, 307-318.
Rebuffé-Scrive, M., Moyer, A., & Rodin, J. Glucocorticoid hormone effects on visceral adipose tissue metabolism and distribution. In G. Ailhaud, B. Guy-Grand, M. Lafontan, & D. Ricquier (Eds.), Obesity In Europe ’91, London: John Libbey & Company Ltd., 1991, 259-261.
Rodin, J., Silberstein, L.R., & Striegel-Moore, R.H. Vulnerability and resilience in the age of eating disorders: Risk and protective factors for bulimia nervosa. In J.E. Rolf, A. Matsen, D. Cicchetti, K. Neuchterlein, & S. Weintraub (Eds.), Risk And Protective Factors In The Development Of Psychopathology. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1990, 361-383.
Rodin, J. Control by any other name: Definitions, concepts and processes. In J. Rodin, C. Schooler, & W. Schaie (Eds.), Self Directedness: Cause and Effects Throughout the Life Course. Hillsdale, NJ.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1990, 1-17.
Rodin, J. Behavior: Its definition and measurement in relation to dietary intake. In H. Anderson (Ed.) Diet And Behavior: Multidisciplinary Approaches. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1990, 57-72.
Salovey, P., & Rodin, J. Envy and jealousy in close relationships. In C. Hendrick (Ed.), Close Relationships: Review Of Personality And Social Psychology (Vol. 10). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1989, 221-246.
Rodin, J., & Plante, T. The psychological effects of exercise. In R. S. Williams and A. Wallace (Eds.), Biological Effects Of Physical Activity. Champaign: IL, Human Kinectics Books, 1989, 127-137.
Rodin, J., Schank, D., & Striegel-Moore, R. Psychological features of obesity. In Bray, G. (Ed.), Medical Clinics Of North America. Philadelphia; W.B. Saunders & Company, 1988, 47-66.
Rodin, J., & Stone, G. Historical highlights in the emergence of the field. In G. Stone, S. Weiss, J. Matarazzo, N. Miller, J. Rodin, C. Belar, M. Follick, and J. Singer (Eds.), Health Psychology: A Discipline And A Profession. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1987, 15-26.
Silberstein, L.R., Striegel-Moore, R.H., & Rodin, J. Feeling fat: A woman’s shame. In Lewis (Ed.), The Role Of Shame In Symptom Formation. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1987, 89-108.
Rodin, J., & Freedman, J. Health psychology training in university departments. In G. Stone, S. Weiss, J. Matarazzo, N. Miller, J. Rodin, C. Belar, M. Follick, and J. Singer (Eds.), Health Psychology: A Discipline And A Profession. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1987, 453-465.
Rodin, J., Cashman, C., & Desiderato, L. Intervention and aging: Enrichment and prevention. In M. Riley, A. Baum, & J. Matarazzo, (Eds.), Perspectives In Behavioral Medicine: The Aging Dimension. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1987, 149-172.
Rodin, J. Social psychological risk and protective factors in health and illness. In N. Grunberg, R.E. Nisbett, J. Rodin, & J.E. Singer (Eds.), A Distinctive Approach To Psychological Research. The Influence Of Stanley Schachter, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1987, 151-170.
Rodin, J. Personal control through the life course. In R. Abeles (Ed.), Implications Of Life Span Perspectives and Social Psychology. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1987, 103-119.
Striegel-Moore, R., & Rodin, J. The influence of psychological variables in obesity. In Brownell & J.P. Foreyt (Eds.), Handbook of Eating Disorders: Physiology, Psychology, And Treatment of Obesity, Anorexia, and Bulimia. New York: Basic Books, 1986, 99-121.
Rodin, J., & Reed, D. Sweetness and eating disorders. In J. Dobbing, (Ed.), Sweetness. Berlin, Springer-Verlag, 1986, 193-204.
Rodin, J. Taste, smell, and food habits. In H.L. Meiselman, & R.S. Rivlin, (Eds.), Clinical Measurement Of Taste And Smell. New York, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1986, 227-228.
Rodin, J. Health, control, and aging. In M. Baltes & P. Baltes (Eds.), The Psychology of Control and Aging. Hillsdale, NJ: LEA, 1986, 139-165.
Pomerleau, O., & Rodin, J. Behavioral medicine and health psychology. In S. Garfield and A. Bergin (Eds.), Handbook Of Psychotherapy And Behavior Change (3rd ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1986, 483-522.
Striegel-Moore, R., & Rodin, J. Prevention of obesity. In J.C. Rosen & L.J. Solomon (Eds.). Prevention In Health Psychology. Burlington, VT: University Press of New England, 1985, 72-110.
Salovey, P., & Rodin, J. Cognitions about the self: Connecting feeling states and social behavior. In P. Shaver (Ed.), Self, Situations, and Social Behavior: Review Of Personality And Social Psychology. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1985, 143-166.
Rodin, J., Timko, C, & Harris, S. The construct of control: Biological and psychosocial correlates. In C. Eisdorfer, M.P. Lawton, & G. Maddox (Eds.), Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics. New York: Springer Publishing Company, 1985, 3-55.
Rodin, J., Silberstein, L., & Striegel-Moore, R. Women and weight: A normative discontent. Nebraska Symposium On Motivation, Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 1985, 267-307.
Rodin, J. Effects of food choice on amount of food eaten in a subsequent meal: Implications for weight gain. In J. Hirsch & T.B. Van Itallie (Eds.), Recent Advances In Obesity Research (Vol. 4). London: John Libbey, 1985, 101-112.
Rodin, J. The application of social psychology. In G. Lindzey & E. Aronson (Eds.), Handbook Of Social Psychology (3rd edition). New York: Random House, 1985, 805-881.
Bohm, L., & Rodin, J. Aging and the family. In D. Turk & R.D. Kerns (Eds.), Health, Illness & Families: A Life-span Perspective. New York: Wiley Interscience, 1985, 279-310.
Rodin, J., & Wack, J.T. The relationship between cigarette smoking and body weight: A health promotion dilemma? In J. Matarazzo, N. Miller, S. Weiss, C. Weiss, & J. Herd. (Eds.), Behavioral Health. New York: Wiley, 1984, 671-690.
Rodin, J., Maloff, D., & Becker, H. Self-control: The role of environmental and self-generated cues. In P. Levison (Ed.), Substance Abuse: Habitual Behavior, And Self-control. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1984, 9-47.
Rodin, J. Overview: Healthful diet. In J. Matarazzo, N. Miller, S. Weiss, C. Weiss & J. Herd. (Eds.), Behavioral Health. New York: Wiley, 1984, 549-551.
Kristeller, J., & Rodin, J. A three stage model of treatment continuity: Compliance, adherence and maintenance. In A. Baum, S. Taylor & J.E. Singer (Eds.), Handbook Of Psychology & Health (IV). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1984, 85-112.
Donegan, N.H., Rodin, J., O’Brien, C.P., & Solomon, R.L. A learning theoretical analysis of commonalitities. In P.K. Levison, D.R. Gerstein,& D.R. Maloff (Ed.), Commonalities In Substance Abuse And Habitual Behavior. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath & Company, 1983, 111-156.
Spitzer, L., & Rodin, J. Arousal-induced eating: Conventional wisdom or empirical finding. In R. Petty & J. Cacioppo (Eds.), Social Psychophysiology. New York: Guilford Press, 1982, 565-591.
Schorr, D. & Rodin, J. The role of perceived control in practitioner-patient relationships. In T.A. Wills, Jr. (Ed.), Basic Process In Helping Relationships. New York: Academic Press, 1982, 155-186.
Rodin, J., & Janis, I. The social influence of physicians and other health-care practitioners as agents of change. In R. DiMatteo & H. Friedman (Eds.), Interpersonal Relations In Health Care. New York: Academic Press, 1982, 33-49.
Rodin, J., Bohm, L., & Wack, J. Control, coping and aging: Models for research and intervention. In L. Bickman (Ed.), Applied Social Psychology Annual. 3, 1982, 153-180.
Rodin, J. Patient practitioner relations: A social influence process. In A. Johnson, O. Grusky, & B. Raven (Eds.), Contemporary Health Services: Social Science Perspectives. Auburn House, 1982, 49-81.
Rodin, J. Obesity: Why the losing battle? In B. Wolman (Eds.), Psychological Aspects Of Obesity. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1982, 30-87.
Rodin, J. Biopsychosocial aspects of self-management. In P. Karoly & F.H. Kanfer (Eds.), Self-management And Behavior Change: From Theory To Practice. New York: Pergamon Press, 1982, 60-92.
Rodin, J. Social and environmental determinants of eating behavior. In L. Cioffi, W.P.T. James, & T.B. Van Itallie (Eds.), The Body Weight Regulatory System: Normal And Disturbed Mechanisms. New York: Raven Press, 1981, 323-334.
Rodin, J. Psychological factors in obesity. In P. Bjorntorp (Ed.), Recent Advances In Obesity Research. Vol. III. London: Libbey, 1981, 106-123.
Rodin, J. Overview on effects of aging on the interaction between health and behavior. In D. Parron, F. Solomon & J. Rodin (Eds.), Health, Behavior And Aging. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences Press, 1981, 1-14.
Rodin, J., Rennert, K., & Solomon, S. Intrinsic motivation for control: Fact or fiction. In A. Baum, & J.E. Singer (Eds.), Advances In Environmental Psychology. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1980, 131-148.
Rodin, J. The externality theory today. In A.J. Stunkard (Ed.), Obesity. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders, 1980, 226-239.
Rodin, J. Managing the stress of aging: The role of control and coping. In H. Ursin & S. Levine (Eds.), Coping And Health. New York: Plenum Publishing, 1980, 171-202.
Rodin, J. Pathogenesis of obesity: Energy intake and expenditure. In G.A.Bray (Ed.), Obesity In America. N.I.H. Publication No. 79-359. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1979, 37-68.
Janis, I.J., & Rodin, J. Attribution, control and decision making in health situations: Social psychological perspective. In G.C. Stone,F. Cohen & N.E. Adler (Eds.), Health Psychology. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1979, 487-521.
Bray, G.A., Dahms, W.T., Atkinson, R.L., Mena, I., Taylor, I., Rodin, J., Schwartz, A., & Frame, C. The control of food intake: Effects of dieting and intestinal bypass. In Buchwald, H., The Surgical Clinics of North America: Symposium On Morbid Obesity. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1979, 1043-1054.
Rodin, J., & Baum, A. Crowding and helplessness: Potential consequences of density and loss of control. In A. Baum & Y. Epstein (Eds., Human Responses To Crowding. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1978, 389-401.
Rodin, J. Stimulus-bound behavior and biological self-regulation: Feeding, obesity, and external control. In G. Schwartz & D. Shapiro (Eds.), Consciousness And Self-Regulation. Vol. II. New York: Plenum Press, 1978, 215-239.
Rodin, J. Has the distinction between internal versus external control of feeding outlived its usefulness? In G.A. Bray (Ed.), Recent Advances In Obesity Research. Vol. II London: Newman Publishing, 1978, 75-85.
Rodin, J. Environmental factors in obesity. In A.J. Stunkard (Ed.), The Psychiatric Clinics of North America. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1978, 581-592.
Baron, R., & Rodin, J. Personal control as a mediator of crowding. In A. Baum, J.E. Singer, & S. Valins (Eds.), Advances In Environmental Psychology: I. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1978, 145-190.
Rodin, J. Implication of responsiveness to sweet taste for obesity. In J. Weiffenbach (Ed.), Taste And Development. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977, 295-308.
Rodin, J. Bidirectional influences of emotionality, stimulus responsivity and metabolic events in obesity. In J. Maser & M. Seligman (Eds.), Psychopathology: Experimental Models. San Francisco: Freeman, 1977, 27-65.
Rodin, J. The role of perception of internal and external signals on the regulation of feeding in overweight and nonobese individuals. In T. Silverstone (Ed.), Appetite And Food Intake. Braunschweig: Pergamon Press/Vieweg, 1976, 265-283.
Rodin, J. The relationship between external responsiveness and the development and maintenance of obesity. In D. Novin, W. Wyrwicka, & G. Bray (Eds.), Hunger: Basic Mechanisms And Clinical Implications. New York: Raven Press, 1976, 409-419.
Bray, G., Benefield, H., Barry, R., Castelnuovo-Tedesco, P., & Rodin, J. Food intake and test preferences for glucose and sucrose decrease after intestinal bypass surgery. In D. Novin, W. Wyrwicka, & G. Bray (Eds.), Hunger: Basic Mechanisms And Clinical Implications. New York: Raven Press, 1976, 431-439.
Rodin, J. Responsiveness of the obese to external stimuli. In G. Bray, G. Cahill, J.R., Horton, H.A. Jordan, F.R. McCrumb, Jr., L.B. Salans, & E.A.H. Sims, Obesity in Perspective. Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975, 61-72.
Rodin, J. Obesity and external responsiveness. In A. Howard (Ed.), Recent Advances in Obesity Research. London: Newman Publishing Ltd., 1975, 191-193.
Rodin, J. Effects of distraction on the performance of obese and normal subjects. In S. Schachter & J. Rodin (Eds.), Obese Humans and Rats. Potomac, MD: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1974, 97-109.
Epel, E., White, K., Rodin, J., Hollis, A., Brownell, K., Diefenbach, M., Alegria, K., Fromer, E., Czajkowski, S., Bacon, S., Revenson, T., Ruiz, J., Maibach, E. Transforming Behavioral Medicine to Address the Climate Crisis: A Call for Strategic Research and Advocacy. Health Psychology, 2023.
Epel, E., White, K., Rodin, J., Hollis, A., Brownell, K., Diefenbach, M., Alegria, K., Fromer, E., Czajkowski, S., Bacon, S., Revenson, T., Ruiz, J., Maibach, E. Transforming Behavioral Medicine to Address the Climate Crisis: A Call for Strategic Research and Advocacy. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2023.
Epel, E., White, K., Rodin, J., Hollis, A., Brownell, K., Diefenbach, M., Alegria, K., Fromer, E., Czajkowski, S., Bacon, S., Revenson, T., Ruiz, J., Maibach, E. Transforming Behavioral Medicine to Address the Climate Crisis: A Call for Strategic Research and Advocacy. Behavioral Medicine, 2023.
Rodin, J., Madsbjerg, S., What Impact Investors Can Learn from the Organizations They Work with. Harvard Business Review, February 2021.
Rodin, J., Berkowitz, M., Biden Must Look to Cities and Embrace ‘Resilience’ in His Climate Strategy. U.S. News & World Report, December 2020.
Rodin, J. Cities That Bend, Not Break. Urban Solutions, Centre for Liveable Cities Singapore. Issue 17, July 2020.
Rodin, J., Michaels, L. Embracing Philanthropy’s Risky Business, Stanford Social Innovation Review: Navigating Risk in Impact-Focused Philanthropy, Summer 2017, 15(3), 62-68.
Rodin, J. Coleman, N. Greater Influence, More Impact – Five steps to building and leveraging the engine that fuels national conversation: influence, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Mar 19, 2015.
Rodin, J., MacPherson, N. Shared Outcomes: How the Rockefeller Foundation is approaching evaluation with developing country partners, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Summer 2012.
Rodin, J. The West Philadelphia Story, Wharton Real Estate Review, Spring 2005, Volume X, Number 1, 31-40
Rodin, J. The 21st Century Urban University: New Roles for Practice and Research, American Planning Association, Journal of the American Planning Association, Chicago: Summer 2005. Vol. 71, Iss. 3, p. 237-249 (13pp.)
Rodin, J. A Revisionist View of the Integrated Academic Health Center. Academic Medicine, 2004, 79 (2), 171-178.
Ickovics, J.R., Beren, S.E., Grigorenko, E.L., Morrill, A.C., Druley, J.A., Rodin, J. Pathways of Risk: Race, Social Class, Stress, and Coping as Factors Predicting Heterosexual Risk Behaviors for HIV Among Women. AIDS and Behavior, 2002, 6(4), 339-350.
Haidt, J., Rodin, J. Control and efficacy as interdisciplinary bridges. Review of General Psychology, 1999, 3 (4), 317-337.
Ickovics, J.R., Druley, J.A., Morrill, A.C., Grigorenko, E., Rodin, J. “A grief observed”: The experience of HIV-related illness and death among women in a clinic-based sample in New Haven, Connecticut. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1998, 66(6), 958-966.
Striegel-Moore, R.H., Schreiber, G.B., Lo, A., Crawford, P., Obarzanek, E., Rodin, J. Eating disorder symptoms in a cohort of 11 to 16-year old black and white girls: the NHLBI growth and health study. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2000, 27 (1), 49-66.
Ickovics, J.R., Grigorenko, E.L., Beren, S.E., Druley, J.A., Morrill, A.C., Rodin, J. Long-term effects of HIV counseling and testing for women: Behavorial and psychological consequences are limited at 18 months posttest. Health Psychology, 1998, 17(5), 395-402.
Duffy, V.B., Bartoshuk, L.M., Striegel-Moore, R., Rodin, J. Taste changes across pregnancy. Proceedings of the XII International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1998.
Duffy, V.B., Bartoshuk, L.M., Striegel-Moore, R., Rodin, J. Acceptance of salty, sweet and bitter foods across pregnancy. Chemical Senses, 1997.
Sinha, R., Robinson, J., Merikangas, K., Wilson, G.T., Rodin, J., & O’Malley, S. Eating pathology among women with alcoholism and/or anxiety disorders. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 1996, 20(7), 1184-1191.
McAvay, G., Seeman, T., & Rodin, J. A longitudinal study of change in domain-specific self-efficacy among older adults. Journal of Gerontology, 1996, 51B(5), 243-253.
Seeman, T., McAvay, G., Merrill, S., Albert, M., & Rodin, J. Self-Efficacy Beliefs and Change in Cognitive Performance: MacArthur Studies of Successful Aging. Psychology and Aging, 1996, 11(3), 538-551.
Wilfrey, D.E., Schreiber, G.B., Pike, K.M, Striegel-Moore, R.H., Wright, D.J., & Rodin, J. Eating Disturbance and Body Image: A Comparison of a Community Sample of Adult Black and White Women. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1996.
Morrill, A.C., Ickovics, J.R., Golubchikov, V.V., Beren, S.E., & Rodin, J. Safer sex: Social and psychological predictors of behavioral maintenance and change among heterosexual women. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1996, 64(4), 819-828.
Ickovics, J.R., Morrill, A.C., Meisler, A. W., Rodin, J., Bromberger, J.T., & Mathews, K.A. Employment and coronary risk in women at midlife: A longitudinal analysis. American Journal of Epidemiology, 1996, 143(2), 144-150.
Ickovics, J.R., Forsyth, B., Ethier, K.A., Harris, P. & Rodin, J. Delayed entry into health care for women with HIV disease. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 1996, 21-24.
Surwit, R.S., Feinglos, M.N., Rodin, J., Sutherland, A., Petro, A.E., Opara, E.C., Kuhn, C.M. & Rebuffe-Scrive, M. Differential effects of fat and sucrose on the development of obesity and diabetes in C57BL/6J and A/J mice. Metabolism. 1995, 44(5), 645-651.
Friedman, M.A., Wilfley, D.E., Pike, K.M., Striegel-Moore, R.H., & Rodin, J. The relationship between weight and psychological functioning among adolescent girls. Obesity Research, 1995, 3(1), 57-62.
Striegel-Moore, R.H., Schreiber, G.B., Pike, K.M., Wilfley, D., & Rodin, J. Drive for thinness in black and white preadolescent girls. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1995, 18, 59-69.
Grilo, C.M., Wilfley, D.E., Brownell, K.D., & Rodin, J. Teasing, body image, and self-esteem in a clinical sample of obese women. Addictive Behaviors, 1994, 19(4), 443-448.
Ickovics, J.R., Morrill, A.C., Beren, S.E., Walsh, U., Rodin, J. Limited effects of HIV counseling and testing for women. A prospective study of behavorial and psychological consequences. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1994, 272, 443-448.
Extended abstract reprinted in Family Planning Perspectives, 1994:26,282-283. HIV counseling, testing do not necessarily change women’s sexual behavior.
Extended abstract reprinted in Infectious Diseases Digest, 1995 (March), 19-21. Limited Effects of HIV Counseling and Testing for Women.
Rebuffe-Scrive, M., Hendler, R., Bracero, N., Cummings, N., McCarthy, S., & Rodin, J. Biobehavioral effects of weight cycling. International Journal of Obesity, 1994, 18, 651-658.
Moyer, A.E., Rodin, J., Grilo, C.M., Cummings, N.J., Larson, L.M. and Rebuffe-Scrive, M. Stress-induced cortisol response and fat distribution in women. Obesity Research, 1994, 2(3), 255-262.
*Brownell, K.D. and Rodin, J. The dieting malestrom: Is it possible and advisable to lose weight? American Psychologist, 1994, 49(9), 781-791.
Anderson, S. G., Rodin, J., & Ariyan, S. Treatment considerations in post-mastectomy reconstruction: Their relative importance and relationship to patient satisfaction. Annals of Plastic Surgery, 1994, 33, 263-271.
Brownell, K.D. & Rodin, J. Medical, metabolic, and psychological effects of weight cycling. Archives of Internal Medicine, 1994, 154, 1325-1330.
Grilo, C.M., Wilfley, D.E., Jones, A., Brownell, K.D. and Rodin, J. The social self, body dissatisfaction, and binge eating in obese females. Obesity Research, 1994, 2(1), 24-27.
Striegel-Moore, R. H., Silberstein, L. R., & Rodin, J. The social self in bulimia nervosa: Public self-consciousness, social anxiety, and perceived fraudulence. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1993, 102(2), 297-303.
Seeman, T. E., Rodin, J., & Albert, M. Self-efficacy and cognitive performance: MacArthur studies of aging. Journal of Aging and Health, 1993, 5(4), 455-474.
Rodin, J. Cultural and psychosocial determinants of weight concerns. Annals of Internal Medicine, 1993, 119, 643-645.
Rebuffé-Scrive, M., Surwit, R., Feinglos, M., & Rodin, J. Regional fat distribution and metabolism in a new mouse model (C57BL/6J) of NIDDM. Metabolism, 1993, 42(11), 1405-1409.
Moyer, A., Rodin, J., & Cummings, N. Cephalic phase insulin release in bulimia. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1993, 14(3), 331-339.
Moyer, A., & Rodin, J. Fructose and behavior: does fructose influence food intake and macronutrient selection? American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1993, 58, 810S-814S.
Rodin, J. Determinants of body fat localization and its implications for health. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 1992, 14(4), 275-281.
Sieber, W.J., Rodin, J., Larson, L., Ortega, S., Cummings, N., Levy, S., Whiteside, T., & Herberman, R. Modulation of human natural killer cell activity by exposure to uncontrollable stress. Brain, Behavior, & Immunity, 1992, 6,141-156.
Rodin J., & McAvay, G. Determinants of change in perceived health in a longitudinal study of older adults. Journal of Gerontology, 1992, 47(6), 373-384.
Rebuffé-Scrive, M. Walsh, U.A., McEwen, B., & Rodin, J. Effect of chronic stress and exogenous glucocorticoids on regional fat distribution and metabolism. Physiology & Behavior, 1992, 52, 583-590.
Matthews, K.A., & Rodin, J. Pregnancy alters blood pressure responses to psychological and physical challenge. Psychophysiology, 1992, 29(2), 232-240.
Kiernan, M., Rodin, J., Brownell, K.D, Wilmore, J.H., & Crandall, C. Relation of level of exercise, age and weight-cycling history to weight and eating concerns in male and female runners. Health Psychology, 1992, 11(6), 418-421.
Ickovics, J.R., & Rodin, J. Women and AIDS in the United States: Epidemiology, natural history and mediating mechanisms. Health Psychology, 1992, 11(1), 1-16.
Salovey, P., & Rodin, J. Provoking jealousy and envy: Domain relevance and self-esteem threat. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 1991, 10(4), 395-413.
Rodin, J., Mancuso, J., Granger J., & Nelbach, E. Food cravings in relation to body mass index, restraint and estradiol levels: A repeated measure study in healthy women. Appetite, 1991, 17, 177-185.
Rodin, J. Effects of pure sugar vs. mixed starch fructose loads on food intake. Appetite, 1991, 17, 213-219.
Pike, K.M., & Rodin, J. Mothers, daughters, and disordered eating. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1991, 100, 198-204.
*Lehman, C.D., Rodin, J., McEwen, B., & Brinton, R. Impact of environmental stress on the expression of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1991, 105, 241-245.
Kamen-Siegel, L., Rodin, J., Seligman, M.E.P., & Dwyer, J. Explanatory style and cell-mediated immunity in elderly men and women. Health Psychology, 1991, 10, 229-235.
Goldman, S.L., Whitney-Saltiel, D., Granger, J., & Rodin, J. Children’s representations of “everyday” aspects of health and illness. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 1991, 16(6), 747-766.
Gerardo-Gettens, T., Miller, G.D., Horwitz, B.A., McDonald, R.B., Brownell, K.D., Greenwood, M.R.C., Rodin, J., & Stern, J.S. Exercise decreases fat selection in female rats during weight cycling. American Journal of Physiology, 1991, 260, R518-R524.
Blumenthal, J.A., Matthews, K., Fredrikson, M., Rifai, N., Schniebolk, S., German, D., Steege, J., & Rodin, J. Effects of exercise training on cardiovascular function and plasma lipid, lipoprotein and apolipoprotein concentrations in pre and postmenopausal women. Arteriosclerosis and Thrombosis, 1991, 11, 912-917.
Blumenthal, J.A., Fredrikson, M., Matthews, K., Kuhn, C.M., Schniebolk, S., German, Rifai, N., Steege, J., & Rodin, J. Stress reactivity and exercise training in premenopausal and postmenopausal women. Health Psychology, 1991, 10(6), 384-391.
Striegel-Moore, R., Silberstein, L., Grunberg, N. and Rodin, J. Competing on all fronts: Achievement orientation and disordered eating. Sex Roles, 1990, 23, 697-702.
Rodin, J., Radke-Sharpe, N., Rebuffé-Scrive, M., & Greenwood, M.R.C. Weight cycling and fat distribution. International Journal of Obesity, 1990, 14, 303-310.
Rodin, J., & Ickovics, J.R. Women’s health: Review and research agenda as we approach the 21st century. American Psychologist, 1990, 45, 1018-1034.
*Rodin, J., Bartoshuk, L., Peterson, C., & Schank, D. Bulimia and taste: Possible interactions. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1990, 99, 32-39.
Rodin, J. Comparative effects of fructose, aspartame, glucose and water preloads on calorie and macronutrient intake. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1990, 51, 428-435.
Radke-Sharpe, N., Whitney-Saltiel, D. & Rodin, J. Fat distribution as a risk factor for weight and eating concerns. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1990, 9, 27-36.
Plante, T., & Rodin, J. Physical fitness and enhanced psychological health. Current Psychology: Research and Reviews, 1990, 9, 3-24.
Striegel-Moore, R.H., Silberstein, L.R., Frensch, P., & Rodin, J. A prospective study of disordered eating among college students. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1989, 8, 499-509.
Silberstein, L.R., Mishkind, M.E., Striegel-Moore, R.H., Timko, C., & Rodin, J. Men and their bodies: A comparison of homosexual and heterosexual men. Psychosomatic Medicine, 1989, 51, 337-346.
Rodin, J., & Salovey, P. Health psychology. Annual Review of Psychology, 1989, 40, 533-579.
Rodin, J. Sense of control: Potentials for intervention. AAPSS, 1989, 503, 29-42.
Matthews, K., & Rodin, J. Women’s changing work roles: Impact on health, family and public policy. American Psychologist, 1989, 44, 1389-1393.
Lehman, A.K., & Rodin, J. Styles of self-nurturance and disordered eating. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1989, 57, 117-122.
Kristeller, J. & Rodin, J. Identifying eating patterns in male and female undergraduates using cluster analysis. Addictive Behaviors, 1989, 14, 631-642.
Detke, M., Brandon,S., Weingarten, H., Rodin, J. & Wagner, A. Modulation of behavioral and insulin responses by contextual stimuli paired with food. Physiology and Behavior, 1989, 45, 845-851.
Cornell, C., Rodin, J., & Weingarten, H. Stimulus-induced eating when satiated. Physiology and Behavior, 1989, 45, 695-704.
Anderson, S., & Rodin, J. Is bad news always bad?: Cue and feedback effects on intrinsic motivation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1989, 19, 449-467.
Anderson, S., Nero, F., Rodin, J., Diamond, M., & DeCherney, A. Coping patterns of in vitro fertilization nurse coordinators: Strategies for combating low outcome effectence. Psychology and Health, 1989, 3, 221-232.
Weingarten, H.P., Hendler, R., & Rodin, J. Metabolism and endocrine secretion in response to a test meal in normal-weight bulimic women. Psychosomatic Medicine, 1988, 50, 273-285.
Silberstein, L.R., Striegel-Moore, R.H., Timko, C., & Rodin, J. Behavioral and psychological implications of body dissatisfaction: Do men and women differ? Sex Roles, 1988, 19, 219-232.
Salovey, P., & Rodin, J. Coping with envy and jealousy. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 1988, 7, 15-33.
Rodin, J., & Wing, R. Behavioral factors in obesity. Diabetes/Metabolism Reviews, 4, (8), 1988, 701-725.
Rodin, J., Reed, D., & Jamner, L. Metabolic effects of fructose and glucose: Implications for food intake. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1988, 47, 683-689.
Rodin, J., McAvay, G., & Timko, C. A longitudinal study of depressed mood and sleep disturbances in elderly adults. Journal of Gerontology, 1988, 43, 45-53.
Rodin, J., Elias, M., Silberstein, L.R., & Wagner A. Combined behavioral and pharmacologic treatment for obesity: Predictors of successful weight maintenance. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1988, 56(3), 399-404.
Reed, D.R., Contreras, R., Maggio, C., Greenwood, M.R.C., & Rodin, J. Weight cycling in female rats increases dietary fat selection and adiposity. Physiology and Behavior, 1988, 42, 389-395.
McAvay, G. & Rodin, J. Interindividual and intra individual variation in repeated measures of 24-hour dietary recall in the elderly. Appetite, 1988, 11, 97-110.
Gil, K.M., Keefe, F.J., Sampson, H.A., McCaskill, C.C., Rodin, J., & Crisson, J.E. Direct observation of scratching behavior in children with atopic dermatitis. Behavior Therapy, 1988, 19, 213-227.
Cattanach, L., & Rodin, J. Psychosocial components of the stress process in bulimia. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1988, 7, 75-88.
Cattanach, L., Malley, R., & Rodin, J. Psychologic and physiologic reactivity to stressors in eating disordered individuals. Psychosomatic Medicine, 1988, 50, 591-599.
Timko, C., Striegel-Moore, R., Silberstein, L., & Rodin, J. Femininity/masculinity and disordered eating in women: How are they related? International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1987, 6, 701-712.
Spitzer, L., & Rodin, J. Effects of fructose and glucose preloads on subsequent food intake. Appetite, 1987, 8, 135-145.
Rodin, J. Weight change following smoking cessation: The role of food intake and exercise. Addictive Behaviors, 1987, 12, 303-317.
Hand, M.S., Surwit, R.S., Rodin, J., Van Order, P., & Feinglos, M.N. Failure of genetically selected miniature swine to model non-insulin-dependent diabetes. Diabetes, 1987, 36, 284-287.
Gil, K., Keefe, F., Sampson, H., McCaskill, C., Rodin, J., & Crisson, J.E. The relation of stress and family environment to atopic dermatitis symptoms in children. Journal of Psychomatic Research, 1987, 31, 673-684.
*Striegel-Moore, R.H., Silberstein, L.R., & Rodin, J. Toward an understanding of risk factors for bulimia. American Psychologist, 1986, 41, 246-263.
Striegel-Moore, R., McAvay, G., & Rodin, J. Psychological and behavioral correlates of feeling fat in women. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1986, 5, 935-947.
Salovey, P., & Rodin, J. The differentiation of social comparison jealousy and romantic jealousy. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1986, 50, 1100-1112.
*Rodin, J. Aging and health. Effects of the sense of control. Science, 1986, 233.
Mishkind, M.E., Rodin, J., Silberstein, L.R., & Striegel-Moore, R. The embodiment of masculinity: Cultural, psychological, and behavioral dimensions. American Behavioral Scientist, 1986, 29, 545-562.
Timko, C, & Rodin, J. Staff-patient relationships in nursing homes: Sources of conflict and rehabilitation potential. Journal of Rehabilitation Psychology, 1985, 30(2), 93-108.
Rodin, J., Wack, J., Ferrannini, E., & DeFronzo, R. Effect of insulin and glucose on feeding behavior. Metabolism, 1985, 34, 826-831.
Rodin, J. Insulin levels, hunger and food intake: An example of feedback loops and body weight regulation. Health Psychology, 1985, 4, 1-24.
Schorr, D., & Rodin, J. Motivation to control one’s environment in individuals with obsessive-compulsive, depressive, and normal personality traits. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1984, 46, 1148-1161.
Salovey, P., & Rodin, J. Some antecedents and consequences of social comparison jealousy. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1984, 47, 780-792.
Rodin, J. Interview with Faye G. Abdellah. American Psychologist, 1984, 39, 67-70.
Bers, S., & Rodin, J. Social comparison jealousy: A developmental and motivational study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1984, 47, 766-779.
Rodin, J. Behavioral medicine: Beneficial effects of self control training in aging. International Review of Applied Psychology, 1983, 32, 153-181.
*Wack, J., & Rodin, J. Smoking and its effects on body weight and the systems of caloric regulation. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1982, 35, 366-380.
Rodin, J., & Marcus, J. Psychological factors in human feeding. Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 1982, 16, 447-468.
Bartoshuk, L.M., Rennert, K., Rodin, J., & Stevens, J.C. Effects of temperature on the perceived sweetness of sucrose. Physiology and Behavior, 1982, 28, 905-910.
Spitzer, L., & Rodin, J. Human eating behavior: A critical review of studies in normal weight and overweight individuals, Appetite: Journal for Intake Research, 1981, 2, 293-329.
Rodin, J. Understanding obesity: Defining the samples. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1981, 7, 147-151.
*Rodin, J. The current status of the internal-external obesity hypothesis: What went wrong. American Psychologist, 1981, 36, 361-372.
Stellar, E., Henning, S.J., Rodin, J., Rozin, P., & Wilson, G.T. Nutrition, behavior, and the life cycle. Appetite, 1980, 1, 321-331.
Spitzer, L., Marcus, J., & Rodin, J. Arousal induced eating: A response to Robbins and Fray. Appetite, 1980, 1, 343-348.
*Rodin, J., & Langer, E. Aging labels: The decline of control and the fall of self-esteem. Journal of Social Issues, 1980, 36, 12-29.
Rodin, J. Social and immediate environmental influences on food selection. International Journal of Obesity, 1980, 4, 364-370.
Rodin, J. Changes in perceptual responsiveness following jejunoileostomy: Their potential role in reducing food intake. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1980, 33, 457-464.
*Rodin, J., & Janis, I.L. The social power of health-care practitioners as agents of change. Journal of Social Issues, 1979, 35, 60-81.
Maloff, D., Becker, H.S., Fonaroff, A., Rodin, J. Informal social controls and their influence on substance use. Journal of Drug Issues, 1979, 2, 161-184.
Langer, E., Rodin, J., Becker, P., Weinman, C., & Spitzer, L. Environmental determinants of memory improvement in late adulthood. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1979, 37, 2003-2013.
Bray, G., Dahms, W.T., Atkinson, R.L., Rodin, J., Taylor, I., Frame, C., & Schwartz, Metabolic and behavioral differences between dieting and intestinal bypass. Hormones and Metabolic Research, 1979, 11, 648-654.
*Wack, J., & Rodin, J. Nursing homes for the aged: The human consequences of legislation-shaped environments. Journal of Social Issues, 1978, 34, 6-21.
*Rodin, J., Solomon, S., & Metcalf, J. Role of control in mediating perceptions of density. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1978, 36, 988-999.
*Rodin, J. The puzzle of obesity. Human Nature. February, 1978, 38-47.
Rodin, J. Somatopsychics and attribution. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1978, 4, 531-540.
Rodin, J. On social psychology and obesity research: A final note. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1978, 4, 185-186.
Rodin, J., Slochower, J., Fleming, B. Effects of degree of obesity, age of onset, and weight loss on responsiveness to sensory and external stimuli. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1977, 91, 586-597.
*Rodin, J., & Langer, E. Long-term effects of a control-relevant intervention with the institutionalized aged. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1977, 35, 897-902.
Rodin, J., Bray, G.A., Atkinson, R.L., Dahms, W.T., Greenway, F.L., Hamilton, K., & Molitch, M. Predictors of successful weight loss in an out-patient obesity clinic. International Journal of Obesity, 1977, 1, 79-87.
Rodin, J. Research on eating behavior and obesity: Where does it fit in personality and social psychology. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1977, 3, 333-355.
*Rodin, J. Obesity: Why the losing battle? Master Lecture Series. Washington, D.C., American Psychology Bulletin, 1977, 1-55.
Atkinson, R.L., Greenway, F.L., Bray, G.A., Dahms, W.T., Molitch, M.E., Hamilton, Rodin, J. Treatment of obesity: Comparison of physician and nonphysician therapists using placebo and anorectic drugs in a double-blind trial. International Journal of Obesity, 1977, 1, 113-120.
Rodin, J., Slochower, J. Externality in the nonobese: Effects of environmental responsiveness on weight. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1976, 33, 338-344.
Rodin, J., & Singer, J.L. Eyeshift, thought, and obesity. Journal of Personality, 1976, 594-610.
Rodin, J., Moskowitz, H.R., & Bray, G.A. Relationship between obesity, weight loss, and taste responsiveness. Physiology and Behavior, 1976, 17, 591-597.
*Rodin, J. Menstruation, reattribution, and competence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1976, 33, 345-353.
*Rodin, J. Density, perceived choice, and response to controllable and uncontrollable outcomes. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 1976, 12, 564-578.
*Langer, E., & Rodin, J. The effects of choice and enhanced personal responsibility for the aged: A field experiment in an institutional setting. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1976, 34, 191-198.
Klemp, G., & Rodin, J. Effects of uncertainty, delay, and focus of attention on reactions to an aversive situation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 1976, 12, 416-421.
Bray, G.A., Barry, R.E., Benfield, J., Castelnuovo-Tedesco, P., & Rodin, J. Intestinal bypass surgery for obesity decreases food intake and taste preferences. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1976, 29, 779-783.
*Rodin, J. Effects of obesity and set point on taste responsiveness and ingestion in humans. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1975, 89, 1003-1009.
Rodin, J. Causes and consequences of time perception differences in overweight and normal weight people. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1975, 31, 898-904.
*Piliavin, I., Piliavin, J., & Rodin, J. Costs, diffusion, and the stigmatized victim. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1975, 32, 429-438.
Rodin, J., & Slochower, J. Fat chance for a favor: Obese-normal differences in compliance and incidental learning. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1974, 29, 557-565.
*Rodin, J. Effects of distraction on performance of obese and normal subjects. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1973, 83, 68-75.
Latane, B., Nesbitt, P., Eckman, J., & Rodin, J. Long- and short-term social deprivation and sociability in rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1972, 81, 69-75.
*Ross, L., Rodin, J., & Zimbardo, P. Toward an attribution therapy: The reduction of fear through induced cognitive-emotional misattribution. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1969, 12, 279-288.
*Piliavin, I., Rodin, J., & Piliavin, J. Good samaritanism: An underground phenomenon? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1969, 13, 289-299.
*Latane, B., & Rodin, J. A lady in distress: Inhibiting effects of friends and strangers on bystander intervention. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 1969, 5.
Cappell, H., & Rodin, J. Fear-increasing effects of experience with shock. Psychonomic
Science, 1969, 17, 267-269.
*Reprinted in foreign languages or in edited collections.
Biobehavioral effects of weight cycling on pregnancy
Brain, Behavior and immunity
HIV testing/serostatus: Effects for AIDS Research on women’s high risk behavior
NIH (NINDS) NS16993
Experiential and developmental factors in taste responsiveness
Determinants and consequences of health-promoting and health-damaging behavior (Network funds, J. Rodin Chair)
Metabolic effects of sugars: Insulinogenic control of appetitive behavior
NIH (NINDS) NS16993
Hormone levels, chemosensory changes and food intake
The effects of fructose on eating behavior
Determinants and consequences of health-promoting and health-damaging behavior (Yale funds, J.Rodin principal investigator)
Determinants and consequences of health-promoting and health-damaging behavior (Network funds, J. Rodin, Chair)
Biomedical research support
Dietary habits, social factors, stress and health in aging
NIH (NINDS) NS 81038
Chemosensory responses of pregnant woman and their gain
NIH (NIA) AG02455
Dietary habits, social factors, stress and health in aging
The significance of external and sensory cues for human eating behavior and obesity: Etiology, function, and consequences
Weight Watchers Foundation
Psychological factors in obesity
Cognitive-social correlates of external behavior in the obese
Adult AIDS Clinical Trials Units (Behavioral Research)
Behavioral and metabolic effects of weight loss and regain in animals and humans
Effects of stress, diet and exercise and normal miniature swine
Training grant in health Psychology