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Flavour preference learning in 21 restrained and 21 unrestrained females was explored using an evaluative conditioning paradigm. Each participant was exposed to an adapted version of the procedure used by Johnsrude et al ., (1999, Learning & Motivation 30 , 250–264). During conditioning,...
Two studies examined whether everyday food choice motives (FCMs) and abstract values constitute food choice ideologies (FCIs), whether these ideologies reflect the same normativism–humanism polarity as Tomkins' theory suggests to reflect ideologies in general, and whether various dietary groups...
Studying the correlative structure of young children's food preferences may help us to understand the influences on the development of eating habits. We investigated patterns of food preferences in 214 same-sex twin pairs aged 4 to 5 years. Mothers completed a questionnaire of their children's...
This study investigated reported body weight, concerns about body weight and eating styles in habitual heavy users (consume>825 ml/day) and habitual non-users of artificially sweetened beverages (ASBs). Groups of habitual heavy users ( N =51) and non-users ( N =69) were compared on measures of...
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