Eating behavior: lessons from the real world of humans.

@article{Castro2000EatingBL,
  title={Eating behavior: lessons from the real world of humans.},
  author={John M. de Castro},
  journal={Nutrition},
  year={2000},
  volume={16},
  pages={800-813}
}
Triggers of eating in everyday life
The physiological-psychological dichotomy in the study of food intake
  • M. Hetherington
  • Psychology, Biology
    Proceedings of the Nutrition Society
  • 2002
TLDR
The overall conclusion is that the burgeoning interest in identifying appetite suppressant drugs to combat obesity and in genotyping alongside behavioural phenotyping will close the gap between psychological and physiological perspectives on human food intake.
Eating under observation: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the effect that heightened awareness of observation has on laboratory measured energy intake.
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The available evidence to date suggests that heightened awareness of observation reduces energy intake in a laboratory setting, and it is suggested that laboratory studies should attempt to minimize the degree to which participants are aware that their eating behavior is being measured.
Genetic and environmental influences on eating behavior: the Swedish Young Male Twins Study.
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The results show the great importance of genetic factors in the eating behavior of a large, unselected population of young adult male twins, whereas shared environmental factors did not contribute to eating behavior.
Food Intake in Healthy Young Adults: Effects of Time Pressure and Social Factors
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The results indicate that food intake is affected by whether the whole or only part of the day is “structured” or “unstructured,” and might be relevant to some problems faced by the workforce, in general, and by night workers, in particular.
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