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Appetite, ISSN 0195-6663, 03/2015, Volume 86, pp. 38 - 44
Social norms are implicit codes of conduct that provide a guide to appropriate action. There is ample evidence that social norms about eating have a powerful... 
Social influence | Modelling | Food choice | Food intake | Social norms | FOOD-INTAKE | HEALTHY | CHOICES | CHILDREN | IDENTITY | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | MODELS | PEER INFLUENCE | CONFORMITY | ADOLESCENTS | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | CONSUMPTION | Sensation | Food Preferences | Social Norms | Diet | Self Concept | Social Behavior | Humans | Feeding Behavior - psychology | Social Environment | Adaptation, Psychological | Food
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Appetite, ISSN 0195-6663, 09/2016, Volume 104, pp. 10 - 17
Cues associated with tasty foods, such as their smell or taste, are strong motivators of eating, but the power of food cues on behaviour varies from moment to... 
Expectations | Food reward | Cognition | Memory | Attention | TASTE | HEALTHY | LIKING | CHOICE | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | DECISION-MAKING | REMEMBERED ENJOYMENT | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS SHELL | OBESE | WORKING-MEMORY | Cues | Eating - psychology | Hunger | Food Preferences - psychology | Motivation | Humans | Reward | Food
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Physiology & Behavior, ISSN 0031-9384, 2008, Volume 94, Issue 5, pp. 734 - 739
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Appetite, ISSN 0195-6663, 09/2015, Volume 92, pp. 287 - 294
Manipulation of attention during eating has been reported to affect later consumption via changes in meal memory. The aim of the present studies was to examine... 
Cognitive | Environmental stimuli | Food intake | Memory | Attention | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | METAANALYSIS | FOOD-INTAKE | MEAL | HUMANS | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | LUNCH | Diet - adverse effects | Humans | England | Models, Psychological | Nutrition Policy | Universities | Young Adult | Appetite Regulation | Hyperphagia - prevention & control | Television | Video Games | Adolescent | Snacks | Adult | Female | Patient Compliance | Meals | Memory, Short-Term | Cohort Studies
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Appetite, ISSN 0195-6663, 09/2017, Volume 116, p. 616
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Appetite, ISSN 0195-6663, 09/2017, Volume 116, pp. 616 - 616
The authors regret in Tables 2 and 3, the scale for the ratings should be: “Rating (0–10 cm)” rather than “Rating (0–100 mm)”. In addition, in Tables 1 and 2... 
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Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, ISSN 2212-2672, 2014, Volume 114, Issue 3, pp. 414 - 429
Abstract There is interest in the hypothesis that social norms are a determinant of healthy and unhealthy dietary practices. The objective of our work was to... 
Internal Medicine | Gastroenterology and Hepatology | Social networks | Eating norms | Food intake | Social norms | IDENTITY | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | FRUIT | CONFORMITY | FOOD-INTAKE | WEIGHT-LOSS | HEALTHY | MEDLINE | Food Preferences | Social Networking | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Energy Intake | Young Adult | Social Perception | Adult | Diet - psychology | Female | Feeding Behavior - psychology | Social aspects | Health aspects | Food habits
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British Journal of Nutrition, ISSN 0007-1145, 08/2014, Volume 112, Issue 4, pp. 657 - 661
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FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, ISSN 1664-1078, 04/2019, Volume 10, p. 808
Background: Internalized weight stigma (IWS) is generally operationalized as self-devaluation due to weight in higher-weight individuals. The most commonly... 
self-stigma | FAT PEOPLE | IDEOLOGY | internalized weight stigma | MODEL | internalized weight bias | anti-fat attitudes | BODY-RELATED SHAME | factor analysis | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | GUILT | DISCRIMINATION | OVERWEIGHT | QUALITY-OF-LIFE | HEALTH | OBESE | Weight Bias Internalization Scale | Psychological aspects | Stigma (Social psychology) | Self-esteem | Analysis | Body weight
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Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, ISSN 2352-1546, 06/2016, Volume 9, pp. 1 - 6
Eating behaviour is strongly influenced by social context. We eat differently when we are with other people compared with when we eat alone. Our dietary... 
YOUNG-ADULTS | HIGH-CALORIE | FOOD-INTAKE | ADOLESCENTS | INTAKE | PORTION-SIZE | PEER NORMS | BODY-MASS | HEALTHY | PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL | BEHAVIORS
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Frontiers in Psychology, ISSN 1664-1078, 02/2019, Volume 10, p. 159
Normative information has a powerful effect on food intake and food selection. People tend to use the eating behavior of others as a reference for their own... 
Eating | Social influence | Food intake | Modeling | Social identity | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | modeling | OTHERS | HEALTHY | social identity | eating | OBESE | social influence | CONSUMPTION | food intake | Eating (Physiology) | Human behavior | Analysis | Group identity
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Physiology & Behavior, ISSN 0031-9384, 2005, Volume 85, Issue 1, pp. 67 - 72
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The American journal of clinical nutrition, ISSN 0002-9165, 08/2019, Volume 110, Issue 4, pp. 842 - 861
Research suggests that people tend to eat more when eating with other people, compared with when they eat alone, and this is known as the social facilitation... 
Eating | Social sciences | Identification methods | Citation analysis | Biological evolution | Systematic review | Synthesis | Reviews | Food intake | Experimental research | Familiarity | Food | Social facilitation
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British Journal of Nutrition, ISSN 0007-1145, 02/2013, Volume 109, Issue 4, pp. 765 - 771
Eating with others has been shown to influence the amount of food eaten in a meal or snack. We examined whether choosing food in the presence of another person... 
Social eating | Food choice | Modelling | CONFLICT | SELF-PRESENTATION | HUMANS | FACILITATION | COUPLES | WOMEN | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | FRIENDS | ADOLESCENTS | HUNGER | SOCIAL NORMS | Body Mass Index | Food Preferences | Obesity | Choice Behavior | Humans | Feeding Behavior | Energy Intake | Health Behavior | Young Adult | Social Behavior | Adolescent | Adult | Female | Surveys and Questionnaires | Food | Diet | Nutrition research | Health behavior
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