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Richard D Mattes

Foods and Nutrition 

  • Distinguished Prof Foods & Nutrition

College of Consumer and Family Sciences 

  • Dir of Public Health/Dist Prof Nutr Sci

Department of Food Sciences 

  • Courtesy Professor of Food Sciences

Awards & Honors

(2011) Hall of Fame. Purdue University.

(2008) Elaine R. Monsen Award for Outstanding Research Literature. American Dietetic Association.

(2003) J.R. Vickory Lecture. Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology.

(2011) Hall of Fame. Purdue University.

(2008) Elaine R. Monsen Award for Outstanding Research Literature. American Dietetic Association.

(2003) J.R. Vickory Lecture. Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology.

(1997) Trout Memorial Lectureship. Michigan State University.

(1999) University Faculty Scholar. Purdue University.

(2000) Award of Merit for Research. Gamma Sigma Delta.

(2002) PRF International Travel Grant.

Selected Publications

Campbell, W. (2009). Effects of food form and timing of ingestion on appetite and energy intake in lean and obese young adults. J Am Dietet Assoc, 109, 430-437.

McKiernan, F., Hollis, J., & McCabe, G. (2009). Thirst-drinking, hunger-eating; tight coupling? J Am Dietet Assoc, 109, 486-490.

Food palatability, rheology and meal patterning. (2008). J Parenterol Enterol Nutr, 32, 572-574.

McKiernan, F., & Houchins, J. (2008). Relationships between human thirst, hunger, drinking, and feeding. Physiol & Behav, 94, 700-708.

Tucker, R., Edlinger, C., Craig, B., & Mattes, R. (2014). Associations between BMI and fat taste sensitivity in humans. Chemical Senses, 39, 349-357.

Running, C. A., & Mattes, R. (in press). Different oral sensitivities to and sensations of short, medium, and long chain fatty acids in humans. Am J Physiol.

Running, C. A., & Mattes, R. (in press). Humans are more sensitive to the taste of linoleic and '±-linolenic than oleic acid. Am J Physiol.

Kulkarni, B., & Mattes, R. (2014). Lingual lipase activity in the orosensory detection of fat in humans. Am J Physiol, 306, R879-R885.

Tucker, R., Mattes, R., & Running, C. (2014). Mechanisms and effects of äóìfat Tasteäó in humans. Biofactors, 40, 313-326.

Accumulating evidence supports a taste component for free fatty acids in humans. (in press). Physiology & Behavior.