Chocolate craving and liking

@article{Rozin1991ChocolateCA,
  title={Chocolate craving and liking},
  author={Paul Rozin and Eleanor Levine and Caryn Stoess},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={1991},
  volume={17},
  pages={199-212}
}
Liking and craving for chocolate and related substances were surveyed in a sample of University of Pennsylvania undergraduates (n = 249) and their parents (n = 319). Chocolate was highly liked in all groups, with a stronger liking by females. Chocolate is the most craved food among females, and is craved by almost half of the female sample (in both age groups). Although this craving is related to a sweet craving, it cannot be accounted for as a craving for sweets. About half of the female… Expand
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