Rating changes over the course of meals: what do they tell us about motivation to eat?

@article{Yeomans2000RatingCO,
  title={Rating changes over the course of meals: what do they tell us about motivation to eat?},
  author={Martin R. Yeomans},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
  year={2000},
  volume={24 2},
  pages={249-59}
}
Detailed analysis of the pattern of change in rated appetite within a meal have proved a useful technique through which to explore appetite control. Variability in individual ratings, and technical difficulties in achieving ratings at equivalent stages of a meal, have lead to the use of curve-fitting techniques to model changes in rated appetite across a meal. These changes could best be described by a quadratic function, in which the three parameters (intercept, linear and quadratic… CONTINUE READING