Influence of physiological and subjective arousal on food intake in humans.
- Psychology, MedicineNutrition
The sound of silence: Presence and absence of sound affects meal duration and hedonic eating experience
Contextual and Individual Variables as Predictors of Energy-Dense Meals in Food Choices
- PsychologyFrontiers in Psychology
Diets based on meals that provide a large amount of energy and consumed frequently often increase the rate of growth of the body mass index (overweight or obesity) and, in turn, the risk of suffering…
Sensory Nudges: The Influences of Environmental Contexts on Consumers’ Sensory Perception, Emotional Responses, and Behaviors toward Foods and Beverages
This Special Issue was designed to introduce recent research that highlights how sensory cues derived from environmental cues can modulate consumer perceptions, emotional responses, and behavior related to foods and beverages.
Sensory-specific satiety, the variety effect and physical context: Does change of context during a meal enhance food intake?
Influence of Context on Motives Underlying Food Choice
Context can be regarded as the situational and temporal conditions in which food choice occurs. Although context has a large effect on consumer perception and choice of food products, it has been…
Effects of subjective feeling of environmental temperature on appetite and food intake in Chinese sociodemographic and ethnic groups
- MedicineJournal of Ethnic Foods
Exposure to outdoor temperature variation (hot or cold) has a limited effect on the appetite and food intake of Chinese adults, however, the appetites of the permanent residents of the eight cities and one rural town were more likely to be affected by the exposure to outdoor temperatures.
Sound influence eating or drinking behavior: Empirical progress and theoretical ideas
: Dietary behaviors consist of a series of psychological and behavior processes, such as sensing flavors, evaluating food’s and drink’s qualities or hedonic valuation, forming preferences for foods…
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Food Choice, Acceptance and Consumption
The Role Of The Human Senses In Food Acceptance. The Socio-Cultural Context of Eating and Food Choice. What Animal Research Tells Us About Human Eating. The Development of Children's Eating Habits.…
Food choice and intake: the human factor.
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The range of items typically chosen and consumed within a given population is largely determined by interaction of the external environmental context with guiding sets of implicit and explicit social and psychobiological 'rules'.
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Sensory responses to the taste, smell, and texture of foods help determine food preferences and eating habits. However, sensory responses alone do not predict food consumption. The view that a "sweet…
How sensory properties of foods affect human feeding behavior
- Medicine, BiologyPhysiology & Behavior
on ‘ Functionality of nutrients and behaviour ’ Food choice and intake : the human factor
Human perceptions and selection of food are derived from the prevailing and momentary food, agro-economic and cultural environment, cognitive and biological characteristics of individuals, and the…
Food likes and their relative importance in human eating behavior: review and preliminary suggestions for health promotion.
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Research about the psychological determinants of human eating behavior is reviewed, presenting various factors influencing eating behavior and suggesting an increased attention towards learning principles and food likes in the development of interventions.
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- PsychologyJournal of the American Dietetic Association
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Family and friends produce greater social facilitation of food intake than other companions.
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It is suggested that the presence of other people at a meal increases intake by extending the time spent at the meal, probably as a result of social interaction, and that family and friends have an even larger effect, probably by producing relaxation and a consequent disinhibition of restraint on intake.