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This paper reviews several psychological models to explain disturbed food intake: the "psychosomatic theory", the "stimulus-binding theory", the "concept of restraint eating", closely related to the "concept of latent obesity", the "set-point-theory" and the "boundary model". All are based on the assumption that there are biological regulating processes of(More)
  • Joe Deden, Erin Meier, +30 authors Park Master Plan
  • 2013
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