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Findings from studies examining interactions between fat taste and dietary fat intake or body weight are mixed. A convenience sample of 735 visitors to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science ≥8 years old rated the taste intensity of edible taste strips impregnated with varying concentrations (%v/v) of linoleic acid (LA) (blank = 0.0, low = 0.06, medium =(More)
Findings that support the ability of humans to taste nonesterified fatty acids have been qualified by claims of substantial individual variability in sensitivity. We tested whether the number of testing visits impacted detection thresholds. Additionally, we explored the possibility that methodological differences in reported studies contributed to the high(More)
Introduction This paper is to a large extent a continuation of the work in [K] on the global aspects of measure preserving actions of countable groups. We define and study here natural topologies on the spaces of measure preserving equivalence relations and graphs on a standard probability space. Here is an overview of the contents of the paper. In Section(More)
A substantial proportion of the population does not achieve the recommended amount of sleep. Previous work demonstrates that sleep alterations perturb energy balance by disrupting appetite hormones, increasing energy intake, and decreasing physical activity. This study explored the influence of sleep duration on taste perception as well as effects on(More)
  • Paolo Cermelli, Gianluca Gemelli, Maria Luisa, Franco Pastrone, Gianluca Allemandi, Albrecht Bertram +38 others
  • 2000
The proceedings of the meeting appear as a special issue of the Rendiconti del Seminario Matem-atico (Università e Politecnico di Torino) and I am indebted to the Editor, Andrea Bacciotti, who gave me the opportunity to publish the papers in this journal. The meeting, as the previous ones, was successful and dense with scientific results, as demonstrated by(More)
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