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Psychology of nutrition

Author: D A Booth
Publisher: London ; Bristol, PA : Taylor & Francis, 1994.
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Psychology of Nutrition is the first book to take a consistent psychological approach to all aspects of the selection and consumption of foods and drinks. This approach is based on the author's ground-breaking theory of the cognitive integration of influences on ingestion, which brings together research evidence on the sensory physiological, cultural and interpersonal factors in the desire to eat and drink. The
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D A Booth
ISBN: 0748401598 9780748401598 074840158X 9780748401581
OCLC Number: 36352986
Description: viii, 228 pages : illustrations
Contents: Ch. 1. Food and Drink --
Ch. 2. Development of Appetite for Food and Drink --
Ch. 3. Physiological Influences on Appetite --
Ch. 4. The Soul of the Diet --
Ch. 5. Design of Beverages and Food Products --
Ch. 6. The Heart and the Diet --
Ch. 7. Dieting --
Ch. 8. Neuroscience of Ingestive Appetite --
Ch. 9. Psychology and the Sciences of Food and Health.
Responsibility: D.A. Booth.
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Explores the psychological processes involved in the selection and consumption of foods and drink. The exposition is firmly linked to research evidence on the cognitive, socio-economic and  Read more...

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