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Prior studies indicate that glucose has a more potent postingestive reinforcing effect than fructose. The role of insulin in this effect was examined by comparing sugar-conditioned flavor preferences in normal and streptozotocin-diabetic rats. In Experiment 1, diabetic rats, like normal rats,...
The relationship between psychological factors and changes in food intake during stress (both during a specific experience and during stress, in general) in 49 men, ages 18 to 34, and 52 women, ages 18 to 35, was assessed using questionnaires. Participants completed the State-Trait Anxiety...
Thirty-six normal-weight participants each tasted and rated three cheeses, three yoghurts and three “kœrrtas” (a novel, tofu-based food) on several hedonic, intention and sensory dimensions. Each sample was labelled as either “Higher” (than normal fat content), “Normal” , or...
The objective of this study was to determine the characteristics of food cravings in a random sample of young women and to evaluate the impact of the definition used in food craving research. The Diagnostic interview for Genetic Studies and a questionnaire about food craving experiences were...
This paper reports a study of gender differences in the components of the Theory of Reasoned Action in relation to eating sweet snacks, and the role of these components in predicting sweet-snacking in women and men. Totals of 65 women and 64 men completed questionnaires assessing attitudes and...
This study investigated the effect of pre-exposure to two types of food cues (olfactory and cognitive) on food intake by restrained and unrestrained eaters. Subjects were exposed to either no cue, an olfactory cue, a cognitive cue or a combination of the two types of food cues for ten minutes...
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