Food cravings in everyday life: An EMA study on snack-related thoughts, cravings, and consumption

@article{Richard2017FoodCI,
  title={Food cravings in everyday life: An EMA study on snack-related thoughts, cravings, and consumption},
  author={Anna Richard and Adrian Meule and Julia Reichenberger and Jens Blechert},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2017},
  volume={113},
  pages={215-223}
}
Food craving refers to an intense desire to consume a specific food and is regularly experienced by the majority of individuals. Yet, there are interindividual differences in the frequency and intensity of food craving experiences, which is often referred to as trait food craving. The characteristics and consequences of trait and state food craving have mainly been investigated in questionnaire-based and laboratory studies, which may not reflect individuals' behavior in daily life. In the… Expand
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