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Food‐conditioned Eating Preferences and Aversions with Interoceptive Elements: Conditioned Appetites and Satieties
  • D. Booth
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 June 1985
The adaptive importance of acquired feeding habits has long been acknowledged in research on obesity1 and animal foraging2 for example. Yet so few experiments have measured learning underExpand
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Influences on Meat Avoidance Among British Students
Male and female undergraduates (18-23 years old; 68% in their first year; N = 158) who had just chosen a vegetarian dish in a campus dining hall or restaurant reported a diversity of meat avoidanceExpand
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The fractal dimension of drifter trajectories and estimates of horizontal eddy-diffusivity
We analyse drifter data from the Northeast Atlantic and find that single-particle motion has fractal dimension D = 1.28 ± 0.08 at scales 5 to 100 km. The single particle trajectories are modeledExpand
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Conditioned satiety in the rat.
  • D. Booth
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of comparative and physiological…
  • 1 December 1972
In 3 experiments with a total of 72 male albino Wistar or Sprague-Dawley rats, liquid or solid diets differing in carbohydrate or triglyceride content were presented 1 at a time to each S once orExpand
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Well-being in Rheumatoid Arthritis: The Effects of Disease Duration and Psychosocial Factors
This study examined the multivariate relationships of psychosocial factors with well-being in rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Fifty-five patients with early RA (< six months), 52 with intermediate RAExpand
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Predictors of fatigue over 1 year among people with rheumatoid arthritis
Fatigue is a systemic feeling of exhaustion that is a common symptom of many chronic illnesses, including the autoimmune inflammatory disease rheumatoid arthritis (RA). We examined predictors ofExpand
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The Scottish continental slope current
Abstract A four-month record from a current meter mooring on the continental slope west of Scotland displayed a steady northward current of 0.16 m s−1 which appears to be associated with a core ofExpand
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The neural basis of feeding and reward
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Relative effectiveness of protein in the late stages of appetite suppression in man.
Human subjects took a protein-rich or a protein-poor lunch and 2–3 hr later a supplementary meal of average protein content. Total caloric intake for the two meals was lower when the main mealExpand
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