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Copyright and Moral Rights for the articles on this site are retained by the individual authors and/or other copyright owners. For more information on Open Research Online's data policy on reuse of materials please consult the policies page. Abstract This article shows how Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) can be used to understand what works to(More)
Any notion or concept of stress should fulfil the following requirements. First, the definition should be readily communicable both to professionals and the community at large. Second, the concept should be readily converted into constructs which are suitable for research. In this latter regard it is easier to present and discuss a stress model. This model(More)
The present study addresses sensory quality and liking for pork (eight samples) varying in quality due to adrenaline injection resulting in elevated ultimate pH post-slaughter (24h), meat ageing, cooking temperature and warmed-over flavour (WOF) among consumers (n=288) in Scandinavia. The consumers preferred meat with higher pH (pH(24h)=6.0), cooked to the(More)
Descriptive Sensory Profiling methods have been used for over half-a-century. As the application of these methods obviously does not occur in a vacuum, we sketch the contextual basis of these methods. A unifying model, illustrating the tasks required from a sensory panellist, is presented with the aim of illuminating some major differences between methods.(More)
Over recent years, clinical psychological services have diversified within the health sector, leading to a breakdown in the traditional nexus between clinical psychology and psychiatry, and to the emergence of the interdisciplinary field of behavioral medicine. From their earlier limited role as providers of psychometric assessments in educational and(More)
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