Reflective and impulsive influences on unhealthy snacking. The moderating effects of food related self-control.


This study proposes that snacking behaviour may be either reflective and deliberate or impulsive, thus following a dual-process account. We hypothesised that chronic individual differences in food related self-control would moderate the relationships between reflective and impulsive processes. The reflective route was represented by an attitude toward… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.appet.2011.11.019


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