Infants' consumption of a new food enhances acceptance of similar foods.

@article{Birch1998InfantsCO,
  title={Infants' consumption of a new food enhances acceptance of similar foods.},
  author={Leann Lipps Birch and L Gunder and K Grimm-Thomas and David G. Laing},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={1998},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={283-95}
}
The number of feedings needed to increase intake of a novel target food was investigated, and whether exposure effects generalized to other foods in a sample of 4 to 7-month-old infants (N=39). Other foods varied in their similarity to the target food, including the same food prepared by another manufacturer, similar foods (other fruits for infants receiving a target fruit) and a different food (e. g. vegetables for infants receiving a target fruit). Infants were fed the target food once a day… CONTINUE READING

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