Tempting food words activate eating simulations

@inproceedings{Papies2013TemptingFW,
  title={Tempting food words activate eating simulations},
  author={Esther K. Papies},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2013}
}
This study shows that tempting food words activate simulations of eating the food, including simulations of the taste and texture of the food, simulations of eating situations, and simulations of hedonic enjoyment. In a feature listing task, participants generated features that are typically true of four tempting foods (e.g., chips) and four neutral foods (e.g., rice). The resulting features were coded as features of eating simulations if they referred to the taste, texture, and temperature of… CONTINUE READING
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