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Natasha L. Burke

Professor Natasha L. Burke portraitAssistant Professor of Psychology

Email: nburke12@fordham.edu

Rose Hill Campus: Dealy Hall, Room 318
Phone: 718-817-3778
Fax: 718-817-5246

Lab: Burke Health & Wellness Lab

Education

  • 1997 BS in Marketing and International Business, New York University
  • 2009 MA in Psychology, New York University
  • 2014 Internship in Pediatric Psychology, Brown University
  • 2015 PhD in Psychology (Clinical), University of South Florida

Major Research Interests

Dr. Burke’s research program makes inroads into eating- and weight-related disparities by addressing measurement, models, and interventions for multiply marginalized children, adolescents, and emerging adults. Her interests include the complex interplay among weight status, sociodemographic characteristics, psychological comorbidities, and associated risk factors. Given the persistence of significant eating- and weight-related health disparities, her goal is to continue to inform research and interventions in ethnic minority and economically disadvantaged populations.

Courses

Undergraduate:

  • PSYC 1200 - Foundations of Psychology
  • PSYC 2900 - Psychopathology
  • PSYC 3100 - Health Psychology

Graduate:

  • PSYC 6020 - Health Psychology
  • PSYC 8271 - Child Psychotherapy
  • PSYC 8290 - Clinical Supervision

Select Recent Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications
*indicates graduate student author

Burke, N. L., Hazzard, V. M., Schaefer, L. M., Simone, M., O’Flynn, J. L., & Rodgers, R. F. (in press). Socioeconomic status and eating disorder prevalence: At the intersections of gender identity, sexual orientation, and race/ethnicity. Psychological Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0033291722001015

*Karvay, Y. G., *Stadterman Guarecuco, J., Feuerstahler, L., & Burke, N. L. (in press). Development and validation of the Food Availability and Related Eating Behaviors Questionnaire (FAREB-Q): A stage 1 registered report. International Journal of Eating Disorders. https://doi.org/10.1002/eat.23797
 
*Stadterman, J., *Karvay, Y. G., Feuerstahler, L., & Burke, N. L. (2022). Comparison of ad libitum snack consumption and acquisition between adolescents living with food security and food insecurity: A stage 1 registered report. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 55(3), 406-414. https://doi.org/10.1002/eat.23693
 
Egbert, A. H., Hunt, R. A., Williams, K. L., Burke, N. L., & Mathis, K. J. (2022). Reporting racial and ethnic diversity in eating disorder research over the past 20 years. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 55(4) 455-462. https://doi.org/10.1002/eat.23666
 
Burke, N. L., Schaefer, L. M., *Karvay, Y. G., Bardone-Cone, A. M., Frederick, D. A., Schaumberg, K., Klump, K. L., Anderson, D. A., & Thompson, J. K. (2021). Does the tripartite influence model of body image and eating pathology function similarly across racial/ethnic groups of White, Black, Latina, and Asian women? Eating Behaviors, 42, 101519. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eatbeh.2021.101519
 
Burke, N. L., Hazzard, V. M., *Karvay, Y. G., Schaefer, L. M., Lipson, S. K., & Rodgers, R. F. (2021). Eating disorder prevalence among multiracial US undergraduate and graduate students: Is multiracial risk different than the sum of each identity? Eating Behaviors, 41, 101501. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eatbeh.2021.101501
 
Burke, N. L., Frank, G., Hilbert, A., Hildebrandt, T., Klump, K. L., Thomas, J. J., Wade, T. D., Walsh, B. T., Wang, S. B., & Weissman, R. S. (2021). Open science practices for eating disorders research. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 54(10), 1719–1729. https://doi.org/10.1002/eat.23607


 Kim, B. H., Ranzenhofer, L., *Stadterman, J., *Karvay, Y. G., Burke, N. L. (2021). Food insecurity and eating pathology in adolescents. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(17), 9155. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18179155
 
Burke, N. L., Schaefer, L. M., Hazzard, V. M., & Rodgers, R. F. (2020). Where identities converge: The importance of intersectionality in eating disorders research. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 53(10), 1605-1609. https://doi.org/10.1002/eat.23371