My main research area is cross-cultural variation in perceptions of healthy eating, but my writing includes a wider range of topics related to health and well-being – e.g., the evolution of human dietary requirements/preferences and social influences on health behaviors. I also have produced science communication pieces related to diet and health research (articles, videos, podcasts). Lastly, as my current position includes a variety of public opinion research topics outside of health, see my additional work at the end of this page.
Vizireanu, M., & Hruschka, D. (2018). Lay perceptions of healthy eating styles and their health impacts. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 50(4), 365-371.
Voytyuk, M., & Hruschka, D. (2017). Cognitive differences accounting for cross-cultural variation in perceptions of healthy eating. Journal of Cognition and Culture, 17(1-2), 116-128.
Voytyuk, M. (2017). Lay Theories of Healthy Eating: Insights from Cross-Cultural Comparisons. Arizona State University.
Vizireanu M., Gilbert B. (in print) Design Effect. in: Polling America: An encyclopedia of public opinion. Greenwood Press. GET PDF
Voytyuk M. (2016) Human Food Preferences. In: Weekes-Shackelford V., Shackelford T., Weekes-Shackelford V. (eds) Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. Springer, Cham
Voytyuk, M. (2016). Brain Evolution Resulting from Cooking. In: Weekes-Shackelford V., Shackelford T., Weekes-Shackelford V. (eds) Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. Springer, Cham
Voytyuk, M. (2016). Cooking: Increased Energy/Reduced Digestion. In: Weekes-Shackelford V., Shackelford T., Weekes-Shackelford V. (eds) Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. Springer, Cham
SCIENCE COMMUNICATION MEDIA
CRISPR foods: the naturalness of public skepticism. Voytyuk. CRIS Bits blog (6/2017) Michigan State University Center for Research on Ingredient Safety. PDF Version.
Meat 2.0: What is lab grown meat and would you eat it?(10/2018) Risk Bites (Youtube)
What is Epidemiology? (7/2017) Risk Bites (Youtube)
Time of Eating & Health (6/2017) Science Showcase (Youtube)
Recording of my “Human Food Preferences: Through an Evolutionary Lens” guest lecture at Dr. Michael Mill’s Evolutionary Psychology class (LMU 2/26/2019)
While at the 2018 American Anthropological Association annual meeting, I did an interview with Allen Saakyan on my dissertation work & current lecturing & research!
“Angeleno Finances: Current Assessments & Future Optimism” (pg. 18)
“Angelenos Want Health Care For All” (pg. 22)
“The Truth About (Angeleno) Cats and Dogs” (pg. 23)
“Angeleno Confidence: Strongest for Local Institutions” (pg. 30)
“Quality of Care for the Youngest Angelenos” (pg. 38)
“Eyes in the Skies: Angelenos’ View of Police Drones” (pg. 44)