Gender and age differences in food cognition.

  title={Gender and age differences in food cognition.},
  author={Lester Taylor. All Rights Reserved. Paul Rappoport and Guy Peters and Robert S. Downey and Thomas McCann and L Huff-Corzine},
  volume={20 1},
Results from three studies relevant to a model of food cognition based on the evaluative dimensions pleasure, health, and convenience are reported. In the first study, discriminant analyses of the evaluative ratings (n = 248) of 35 meals and snacks yielded significant gender and age differences on the pleasure and health dimensions. Separate factor analyses of the pleasure and health ratings revealed that males and females grouped foods differently on these criteria. The factor analysis of… CONTINUE READING

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