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How emotions affect eating: A five-way model
  • M. Macht
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Appetite
  • 31 January 2008
Despite the importance of affective processes in eating behaviour, it remains difficult to predict how emotions affect eating. Emphasizing individual differences, previous research did not pay fullExpand
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Characteristics of Eating in Anger, Fear, Sadness and Joy
  • M. Macht
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Appetite
  • 1 August 1999
The influences of emotions on eating were investigated. One-hundred and seven female and 103 male subjects were asked to report how various characteristics of eating could change during the emotionsExpand
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Predictors of freezing in Parkinson's disease: A survey of 6,620 patients
Data from a survey of 6,620 Parkinson's disease patients were examined for correlation of freezing with age, sex, duration, subjective severity of Parkinson's disease, and antiparkinsonianExpand
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Emotions and eating in everyday life
This field study assessed emotional states experienced in everyday life and examined the subjective motivation to eat associated with these emotional states. Twenty-three female subjects rated theirExpand
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Patient education in Parkinson's disease: Formative evaluation of a standardized programme in seven European countries.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate a newly developed education programme for Parkinson's disease (PD) patients. METHODS The programme consisted of eight sessions and aimed at improving knowledge and skillsExpand
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Patterns of psychological problems in Parkinson's disease
Objective – To identify patterns of psychological problems in Parkinson's disease (PD).
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Caregiver education in Parkinson’s disease: formative evaluation of a standardized program in seven European countries
PurposeThe formative evaluation of a standardized psychosocial education program for patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and their caregivers. The results of the participation of the caregiversExpand
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Immediate effects of chocolate on experimentally induced mood states
In this work two hypotheses were tested: (1) that eating a piece of chocolate immediately affects negative, but not positive or neutral mood, and (2) that this effect is due to palatability.Expand
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Everyday mood and emotions after eating a chocolate bar or an apple
Emotional changes after eating chocolate were examined in everyday life. Thirty-seven healthy, normal-weight women ate a chocolate bar, an apple or nothing and rated their subjective state 5, 30, 60Expand
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Emotions in overweight and normal-weight women immediately after eating foods differing in energy
Immediate effects of low-, medium-, and high-energy foods on the emotional state of normal-weight and overweight women were studied experimentally. Nineteen normal-weight (body mass index [BMI]:Expand
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