Antonio Cepeda-Benito, PhD
Dr. Cepeda-Benito's research interests include behavioral neuroscience of drug addiction, eating disorders, and cross-cultural issues regrading eating disorders, substance abuse, and assessment of psychological constructs. He serves as co-PI on an NIH-funded training grant in behavioral neuroscience, and in 2008, was honored with the Excellence in Mentorship Award from the National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse.
- Professor and Associate Dean of Faculties, Dept. of Psychology, Texas A&M University
- PhD, 1994, Psychology, Purdue University
- MS, 1991, Psychology, Purdue University
- BA, 1988, Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- Moreno, S., Warren, C., Rodriguez, S., Fernandez, M., Cepeda-Benito, A. (2009). Food cravings discriminate between anorexia and bulimia nervosa: Implications for “success” versus “failure” in dietary restriction. Appetite, 52, 588-594.
- Warren, C., Cepeda-Benito, A., Gleaves, D. et al., (2008). English and Spanish versions of the Body Shape Questionnaire: Measurement equivalence across ethnicity and clinical status. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 41, 265-272.
- Ambwani, S., Warren, C., Gleaves, D., Cepeda-Benito, A., Fernandez, M. (2008). Culture, gender, and assessment of fear of fatness. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 24 , 81-87.
- MuÃ±oz GarcÃa, M., MartÃnez, J., Tejero, A., Cepeda-Benito, A.(2008). Development of the brief Spanish Cocaine Craving Questionnaire-General.Psicothema, 20(4), 545-550.
- Doing What I Knew How to Do
- Forming Collaborations in Spain
- Knocking on Doors
- Like Family
- Measuring Constructs Across Cultures
- Personal Relationship First
- Responsible Bragging
- The Case for Meta-analysis