About Jessica Castonguay, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at Temple University
Castonguay, J. (in press). Portraying physical activity in food advertising targeting children. Health Education.
Castonguay, J. (2015). Sugar and sports: Age differences in children’s responses to a high sugar cereal advertisement portraying physical activities. Communication Research. doi: 10.1177/009365021558735
Kunkel, D., Castonguay, J., & Filer, C. (2015). Evaluating industry self-regulation of televised food marketing to children: A longitudinal study. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2015.01.027
Hingle, M., Castonguay, J., Ambuel, D, Smith, S., & Kunkel, D. (2015). Alignment of children’s food advertising with proposed federal guidelines. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 48(6), 707-713.
Kunkel, D., Castonguay, J., Wright, P., & McKinley, C. (2014). Solution or smokescreen? Evaluating industry self-regulation of televised food marketing to children. Communication Law and Policy, 19, 263-292.
Castonguay, J., Kunkel, D., Wright, P., & Duff, C. (2013). Healthy characters? An investigation of marketing practices in children’s food advertising. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 45(6), 571-577.
Castonguay, J., McKinley, C., & Kunkel, D. (2013). Health-related messages in food advertisements targeting children. Health Education, 113(5), 420-432.
Kunkel, D., & Castonguay, J. (2012). Children and advertising: Content, comprehension, and consequences. In D. Singer & J. Singer (Eds.), Handbook of children and the media (2nd ed., pp. 395-418). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Castonguay, T., & Castonguay, J. (2003). Understanding nutrition: A student handbook. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth