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Stranberg M and Quatromoni PA. (March 2017). Athletes and eating disorders. Training and Conditioning. Ithaca, NY: Momentum Media Sports Publishing.

Quatromoni PA. (2017). A Tale of Two Runners: Athletes’ experiences with eating disorders in collegeJ Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, 117:21-31.

Greece JA, Feld S, DeJong W, Cozier YC, Quatromoni PA. (2017). Effects of a school-based intervention on middle school children’s daily food and beverage intake. Health Behavior & Policy Review, 4(1):24-36.

Arthur-Cameselle J, Sossin K, and Quatromoni PA. (2017). A qualitative analysis of factors related to eating disorder onset in female athletes and non-athletes. Eating Disorders: Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 25(3):199-215.

Bingham ME, Borkan ME, Quatromoni PA. (2015). Sports nutrition advice for adolescent athletes: A time to focus on food. Am J Lifestyle Medicine. 9(6):398-402, doi: 10.1177/1559827615598530. 

Greece JA, Kratze A, DeJong W, Cozier YC, Quatromoni PA. (2015). Body mass index and sociodemographic predictors of school lunch purchase behavior during a year-long environmental intervention in middle schoolBehavioral Sciences, 5:324-40.

Proctor DS and Quatromoni PA. (2015). Two voices: Recovery from Disordered Eating as told by an Elite Male Athlete and his Sports NutritionistAnnals of Sports Medicine Research, 2(2):1016-22.

Arthur-Cameselle J and Quatromoni PA. (2014).A qualitative analysis of female collegiate athletes’ eating disorder recovery experiences.Sport Psychologist, 28: 334-346.

Arthur-Cameselle J and Quatromoni PA. (2014). Eating disorders in collegiate female athletes: Factors that assist recovery. Eating Disorders: the Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 22(1):50-61.

Bingham ME and Quatromoni PA. (2014). A Non-diet Approach with Athletes. In Wellness, Not Weight: Motivational Interviewing and Health at Every Size, Glovsky E, ed. San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.

Hearon BA, Quatromoni PA, Mascoop JL, Otto MW. (2014). The role of anxiety sensitivity in daily physical activity and eating behavior. Eat Behav, 15(2):255-8.

Makarem N, Scott M, Quatromoni P, Jacques P, Parekh N. (2014). Trends in dietary carbohydrate consumption from 1991-2008 in the Framingham Heart Study Offspring cohort. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 24:1-14.

Vadiveloo M, Scott M, Quatromoni P, Jacques P, Parekh N. (2014). Trends in dietary fat intake and high-fat foods from 1991-2008 in the Framingham Heart Study participants. British Journal of Nutrition, 111(4):724-34.

Shen J, Johnson V, Sullivan L, Jacques PF, Magnini J, Lubitz S, Pandey S, Levy D, Vasan R,  Quatromoni PA, Junyent M, Ordovas J, Benjamin E. (2011). Diet and incident atrial fibrillation: The Framingham Heart StudyAmerican JClinical Nutrition, 93(2):261-6.

Arthur-Cameselle JN and Quatromoni PA.  (2011). Factors related to the onset of eating disorders reported by female collegiate athletes.  Sport Psychologist, 25:1-17.

Vadiveloo MK, Zhu L, Quatromoni PA.  (2009). Diet and physical activity patterns of school-age children.   Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 109;145-51.

Liu E, McKeown NM, Newby PK, Meigs JB, Vasan RS, D’Agostino RB, Quatromoni PA, Jacques PF. (2009). Dietary patterns and the insulin resistance phenotype among non-diabetic adults in the Framingham Offspring StudyBritish J Nutrition, Feb 16, 1-8.

Benari AP, Quatromoni PA.  (2008). A Model for Nutrition Education for use with Female Collegiate Athletes. SCAN’s PULSE. A publication for Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists, 27(3);1-5.

Quatromoni PA.  (2008).Clinical Observations from Nutrition Services in College Athletics. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 108:689-94.

Quatromoni PA, Pencina M, Cobain M, Jacques PF, D’Agostino RB. (2006). Dietary quality predicts adult weight gain: Findings from the Framingham Offspring Study. Obesity, 14(8):1383-91.

Quatromoni PA. (2006). Sports nutrition services for college athletes. SCAN’s PULSE. A publication for Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists, 25(3):16-17.

Millen BE, Quatromoni PA, Pencina M, Polak J, Ordovas J, D’Agostino RB. (2005). Compliance with expert population-based dietary guidelines and lower odds of carotid atherosclerosis. The Framingham Nutrition Studies. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 82:174-80.

Sonnenberg L, Pencina M, Kimokoti R, Quatromoni PA, Nam BH, D’Agostino RB, Meigs J, Ordovas J, Millen B. (2005). Dietary patterns and the metabolic syndrome in obese and non-obese Framingham womenObesity Research, 13(1):153-62.

Millen BE, Quatromoni PA, Pencina M, Kimokoti R, Nam BH, et al. (2005). Unique dietary patterns and chronic disease risk profiles of adult men. The Framingham Nutrition StudiesJournal of the American Dietetic Association, 105:1723-34.

Millen BE, Quatromoni PA, Nam BH, O’Horo CE, Polak JF, Wolf PA, D’Agostino RB. (2004). Dietary patterns, smoking, and subclinical heart disease in women. Opportunities for primary prevention from the Framingham Nutrition Studies.   Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 104:208-14.

Forman DE, Quatromoni PA, Sheftel GL. (2004). Vascular Function, Aging, and Impact of Diet. (Chapter 15).  In Handbook of Clinical Nutrition and Aging, CW Bales and CS Ritchie, eds.  Totowa, NJ: Humana Press.

Quatromoni PA, Copenhafer DL, D’Agostino RB, Millen BE. (2002). Dietary patterns predict the development of overweight in women. The Framingham Nutrition Studies. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 102:1240-46.

Quatromoni PA, Copenhafer DL, Demissie S, D’Agostino RB, O’Horo CE, Nam BH, Millen BE. (2002). The internal validity of a dietary pattern analysis. The Framingham Nutrition Studies. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 56:381-88.

Millen BE, Quatromoni PA, Nam BH, O’Horo CE, Polak JF, D’Agostino RB. (2002). Dietary patterns and the odds of carotid atherosclerosis in women. The Framingham Nutrition StudiesPreventive Medicine, 35:540-47.

Ewart CV, Fearon NA, Lund M, Martin B, Kirkland JL, Ritchie CS, Quatromoni PA, Silliman RA, Millen BE. (2002). Subject recruitment, retention and protocol feasibility in a prospective study of nutritional risk among urban, frail homebound eldersJournal of Nutrition in the Elderly, 21(1):1-21.

Millen BE, Quatromoni PA, O’Horo CE, Dimissie S, D’Agostino RB, Copenhafer DL. (2001). Validation of a dietary pattern approach for evaluating nutritional risk. The Framingham Nutrition StudiesJ American Dietetic Association, 101:187-94.

Millen BE, Quatromoni PA. (2001). Nutritional research within the Framingham Heart StudyJournal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, 5:139-43.

Millen BE, Silliman RA, Copenhafer DL, Ewart CV, Ritchie CS, Quatromoni PA, et al. (2001). Nutritional risk in an urban homebound older population. Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, 5:269-77.

Brunt MJ, Milbauer M, Ebner SA, Levenson SM, Millen BE, Quatromoni PA, Chipkin SR. (1998). Health status and practices of urban Caribbean Latinos with diabetes mellitus. Ethnicity and Disease, 8:158-66.

Millen BE, Quatromoni PA, Franz MM, Epstein BE, Cupples LA, Copenhafer DL. (1997). Population nutrient intake approaches dietary recommendations. 1991-1995 Framingham Nutrition StudiesJ American Dietetic Association, 97(7):742-49.

Quatromoni PA, Millen BE. (1997). Nutrition, Disability, and Health in the Older Population.  (Chapter 5).  In Handbook of Pain and Aging, Mostofsky, DI and Lomranz, J eds. New York, NY:  Plenum Publishing Corps.

Millen BE, Quatromoni PA, Gagnon DR, Cupples LA, Franz MM, D’Agostino RB. (1996). Dietary Patterns of men and women suggest targets for health promotion. The Framingham Nutrition Studies.  American Journal of Health Promotion, 11:42-52.

Posner BM, Franz M, Quatromoni PA, Gagnon DR, Sonnenberg LM, Schaefer E, Cupples LA.  (1996). Diet and plasma lipids in women. I. Macronutrients and plasma total and LDL cholesterol in women. The Framingham Nutrition StudiesJournal of Clinical Epidemiology, 49(6):657-63.

Sonnenberg LM, Quatromoni PA, Gagnon DR, Cupples LA, Franz M, Schaefer E, Posner BM. (1996). Diet and plasma lipids in women. II. Macronutrients and plasma triglycerides, HDL, and total to HDL cholesterol ratio in women. The Framingham Nutrition StudiesJournal of Clinical Epidemiology, 49(6):665-72.

Posner BM, Franz M, Quatromoni PA, Gagnon DR, Sytkowski PA, D’Agostino RB, Cupples LA. (1995). Secular trends in diet and cardiovascular disease risk factors. The Framingham Study.  Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 95:171-79.

Quatromoni PA, Milbauer M, Posner BM, Carballeira NP, Brunt M, Chipkin SR. (1994). Use of focus groups to explore nutrition practices and health beliefs of Caribbean Latinos with diabetes mellitus. Diabetes Care, 17(8):869-73.

Posner BM, Quatromoni PA, Franz M, InterHealth Project Directors, InterHealth Steering Committee. (1994). Nutrition policies and interventions for chronic disease risk reduction in international settings.  The InterHealth Nutrition Initiative.  Nutrition Reviews, 52(5):179-87.

Posner BM, Franz M, Quatromoni PA, InterHealth Steering Committee. (1994). Nutrition and the global risk for chronic diseases. The InterHealth Nutrition Initiative.  Nutrition Reviews, 52(6):201-07.

O’Brien KO, Allen LH, Quatromoni PA, Siu-Caldera ML, Vieira NE, Perez A, Holick MF, Yergey AL. (1993). High fiber diets slow bone turnover in young men but have no effect on efficiency of intestinal calcium absorption.  Journal of Nutrition, 123:2122-28