Stability and change in snack food likes and dislikes from 5 to 11 years

@article{Rollins2010StabilityAC,
  title={Stability and change in snack food likes and dislikes from 5 to 11 years},
  author={Brandi Y. Rollins and Eric Loken and Leann Lipps Birch},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2010},
  volume={55},
  pages={371-373}
}
Research on the development of snack food likes and dislikes from childhood to adolescence is limited. We investigated both the stability and the change in liking (i.e., "like", "neither like nor dislike", "dislike") and rank-order liking (i.e., liking one food more than others; e.g., "I like chocolate more than cookies") of snack foods from 5 to 11 years in non-Hispanic white girls. Liking of 10 palatable snack foods was assessed biennially. Girls' liking and rank-order liking of snack foods… CONTINUE READING

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