Andrea B Goldschmidt, PhD

Andrea B Goldschmidt, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Contact Details

3811 O'Hara St.

Education & Training

Clinical Psychology, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Clinical Psychology, University of Missouri Counseling Center
Eating Disorders Research, The University of Chicago

Professional Affiliations

Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Eating Disorders
Member, Editorial Board, Eating Behaviors
Fellow, Academy for Eating Disorders

Selected Honors & Awards

Rising Star Award, Association for Psychological Science
Scientific Contribution Award, Assessment and Diagnosis Special Interest Group, Academy for Eating Disorders

Research Interests

Onset/maintenance of loss of control eating; Pediatric weight regulation; Evidence-based treatments for eating disorders
Selected Research Publications & Products
  1. Goldschmidt AB, Khoury J, Jenkins TM, Bond DS, Thomas JG, Utzinger LM, Zeller M, Inge TH, Mitchell JE. Adolescent loss-of-control eating and weight loss maintenance after bariatric surgery. Pediatrics. 2018;141(1):e20171695. PMCID: 5744387
  2. Goldschmidt AB, Conceio EM, Thomas JG, Mitchell JE, Raynor HA, & Bond DS. (2016). Conceptualizing and studying binge and loss of control eating in bariatric surgery patients: Time for a paradigm shift? Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 12(8): 1622-1625. PMCID: 5459325
  3. Goldschmidt AB. Are loss of control while eating and overeating valid constructs? A critical review of the literature. Obesity Reviews. 2018;18(4):412-449. PMCID: 5502406
  4. Goldschmidt AB, OBrien S, Lavender JM, Pearson CM, Le Grange D, Hunter SJ. Executive functioning in a racially diverse sample of children who are overweight and at risk for eating disorders. Appetite. 2018;123:43-49. PMCID: 5603351
  5. Goldschmidt AB, Smith KE, Crosby RD, Engel SG, Haedt-Matt A. Ecological momentary assessment of maladaptive eating in children and adolescents with overweight or obesity. International Journal of Eating Disorders. 2018;51(6):549-557. PMCID: 6002915.

Education Interests

Mentorship of interns and post-doctoral fellows