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Food Neophobia

Food Neophobia
  • Author : Steve Reilly
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release Date : 2018-01-02
  • Total pages : 430
  • ISBN : 9780081019320
  • File Size : 17,8 Mb
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Food Neophobia: Behavioral and Biological Influences brings together academic and applied studies to give a comprehensive overview of this topic in both sensory and consumer science and pediatric psychology. The effects of food neophobia can have a huge impact on children’s lives and an influence across their lifespan. Split into two main sections, the book focuses on both the environmental and biological aspects of food neophobia. It covers social, contextual and psychosocial factors that affect food neophobia. Sensory aspects of food neophobia are covered with chapters on disgust and sensation seeking, and genetic and evolutionary influences are also thoroughly discussed. The book is essential reading for academic researchers studying food neophobia from a sensory, consumer science and psychological perspective. It will also be of value to food product developers, especially those working on products for children. Finally, healthcare professionals treating patients suffering from food neophobia will be able to gain greater insight into this condition. Covers the environmental and social influences on food neophobia Focuses on food neophobia in children and its effects on lifespan Includes discussions on the sensory elements of food neophobia, such as disgust and sensation seeking Provides treatment protocols for food neophobia

Just Take a Bite

Just Take a Bite
  • Author : Lori Ernsperger,Tania Stegen-Hanson
  • Publisher : Future Horizons
  • Release Date : 2004
  • Total pages : 260
  • ISBN : 1932565124
  • File Size : 30,8 Mb
  • Total Download : 659

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"Just Take a Bite" takes parents and professionals step by step through he myths about eating to the complexity of eating itself, which leads to an understanding of physical, neurological and/or psychological reason why children may not be eating as they should.

The Psychology of Food Choice

The Psychology of Food Choice
  • Author : Richard Shepherd,Monique Raats
  • Publisher : CABI
  • Release Date : 2006
  • Total pages : 399
  • ISBN : 9781845930868
  • File Size : 35,5 Mb
  • Total Download : 792

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One of the central problems in nutrition is the difficulty of getting people to change their dietary behaviours so as to bring about an improvement in health. What is required is a clearer understanding of the motivations of consumers, barriers to changing diets and how we might have an impact upon dietary behaviour. This book brings together theory, research and applications from psychology and behavioural sciences applied to dietary behaviour. The authors are all international leaders in their respective fields and together give an overview of the current understanding of consumer food choice.

Food, People and Society

Food, People and Society
  • Author : Lynn J. Frewer,Einar Risvik,Hendrik Schifferstein
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2013-03-09
  • Total pages : 462
  • ISBN : 9783662046012
  • File Size : 35,9 Mb
  • Total Download : 666

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A unique insight into the decision-making and food consumption of the European consumer. The volume is essential reading for those involved in product development, market research and consumer science in food and agro industries and academic research. It brings together experts from different disciplines in order to address the fundamental issues related to predicting food choice, consumer behavior and societal trust in quality and safety regulatory systems. The importance of the social and psychological context and the cross-cultural differences and how they influence food choice are also covered in great detail.

Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents

Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents
  • Author : Brett McDermott
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2006-12-14
  • Total pages : 340
  • ISBN : 1139459317
  • File Size : 14,5 Mb
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Anorexia Nervosa and other eating disorders are arguably the most complex mental health problems that a child or adolescent may experience. Numbers seeking help are on the increase, and the complexity of these disorders challenges even the most experienced clinician. In this 2006 book, the experience of numerous practitioners with international reputations in the field is brought to bear on the broad range of issues a good clinician needs to know about, from the history of the disorder through to treatment, psychopharmacology, the psychotherapies, epidemiology, comorbidities, eating disorders in boys, and neuroimaging. The book is divided into parts detailing the scientific underpinnings, abnormal states, the evidence base for treatments, and finally public health issues, including service delivery models and perspectives on prognosis and outcomes. Clinicians encountering eating disorders will find this latest addition to the Cambridge Child and Adolescent Psychiatry series invaluable.

Food Choice, Acceptance and Consumption

Food Choice, Acceptance and Consumption
  • Author : Herbert L. Meiselman,H.J.H. MacFie
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 1996-04-30
  • Total pages : 418
  • ISBN : 0751401927
  • File Size : 47,9 Mb
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The role of the human senses in food acceptance, the socio-cultural context of eating and food choice, what animal research tells us about human eating, the developments of childresns eating habits, what does abnormal eating tell us about normal eating, the contextual basis for food acceptanc, food choice and food intake, marketing and consumer behaviour with respect to foods, economic influences on food choice, food choice,mood and mental performance, attitudes and belifs inf food habits, dietary change.

Pediatric Food Preferences and Eating Behaviors

Pediatric Food Preferences and Eating Behaviors
  • Author : Julie C. Lumeng,Jennifer O. Fisher
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2018-07-04
  • Total pages : 318
  • ISBN : 9780128117170
  • File Size : 41,5 Mb
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Pediatric Food Preferences and Eating Behaviors reviews scientific works that investigate why children eat the way they do and whether eating behaviors are modifiable. The book begins with an introduction and historical perspective, and then delves into the development of flavor preferences, the role of repeated exposure and other types of learning, the effects of modeling eating behavior, picky eating, food neophobia, and food selectivity. Other sections discuss appetite regulation, the role of reward pathways, genetic contributions to eating behaviors, environmental influences, cognitive aspects, the development of loss of control eating, and food cognitions and nutrition knowledge. Written by leading researchers in the field, each chapter presents basic concepts and definitions, methodological issues pertaining to measurement, and the current state of scientific knowledge as well as directions for future research. Delivers an up-to-date synthesis of the research evidence addressing the development of children’s eating behaviors, from birth to age 18 years Provides an in-depth synthesis of the basic eating behaviors that contribute to consumption patterns Translates the complex and sometimes conflicting research in this area to clinical and public health practice Concludes each chapter with practical implications for practice Presents the limits of current knowledge and the next steps in scientific inquiry

Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition

Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition
  • Author : Victor R. Preedy,Ronald Ross Watson,Colin R. Martin
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2011-04-15
  • Total pages : 2094
  • ISBN : 0387922717
  • File Size : 9,7 Mb
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This book disseminates current information pertaining to the modulatory effects of foods and other food substances on behavior and neurological pathways and, importantly, vice versa. This ranges from the neuroendocrine control of eating to the effects of life-threatening disease on eating behavior. The importance of this contribution to the scientific literature lies in the fact that food and eating are an essential component of cultural heritage but the effects of perturbations in the food/cognitive axis can be profound. The complex interrelationship between neuropsychological processing, diet, and behavioral outcome is explored within the context of the most contemporary psychobiological research in the area. This comprehensive psychobiology- and pathology-themed text examines the broad spectrum of diet, behavioral, and neuropsychological interactions from normative function to occurrences of severe and enduring psychopathological processes.

Emotion and Its Relationship to Acceptance, Food Choice, and Consumption: The New Perspective

Emotion and Its Relationship to Acceptance, Food Choice, and Consumption: The New Perspective
  • Author : Witoon Prinyawiwatkul,Adriano Gomes da Cruz
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release Date : 2021-03-30
  • Total pages : 120
  • ISBN : 9783036503707
  • File Size : 40,5 Mb
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Food is a source of nutrients but it also provides basic pleasure and aesthetic experiences. Acceptance, food choice, and consumption are affected by many factors, including both intrinsic and extrinsic factors and cues, as well as consumer characteristics. Food-elicited emotions are becoming a critical component in designing products that meet consumers’ needs and expectations. Several studies have reported on the presence of emotional responses to food and the relationships of these to product acceptability, preference, and choice. This Special Issue brings together a small range of studies with a diversity of approaches that provide good examples of the complex and multidisciplinary nature of this subject matter.

Hospitality and Tourism

Hospitality and Tourism
  • Author : Norzuwana Sumarjan,Zahari Mohd Salehuddin Mohd,Radzi Salleh Mohd,Mohi Zurinawati,Hanafiah Mohd Hafiz Mohd,Bakhtiar Mohd Faeez Saiful,Zainal Artinah,Saiful Bakhtiar,Mohd Hafiz,Mohd Hanafiah
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2013-11-18
  • Total pages : 636
  • ISBN : 9781315798233
  • File Size : 42,8 Mb
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Hospitality and Tourism - Synergizing creativity and innovation in research contains 116 accepted papers from the International Hospitality and Tourism Postgraduate Conference 2013 (Shah Alam, Malaysia, 2 3 September 2013). The book presents trends and practical ideas in the area of hospitality and tourism, and is divided into the sections below:-

Tourism Marketing in Western Europe

Tourism Marketing in Western Europe
  • Author : Nikolaos Boukas,Dimitrios Stylidis
  • Publisher : CABI
  • Release Date : 2021-11-09
  • Total pages : 250
  • ISBN : 9781789248753
  • File Size : 10,6 Mb
  • Total Download : 372

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Tourism is characterized by diversity, enormous growth, and multidimensional impacts on several levels. In the current turbulent environment, tourism destinations need, on the one hand to maintain and enhance their products in the tourism map, and on the other hand, to protect their resources' integrity for future generations, based on sustainability premises. This is more evident for traditional destinations in Western-Europe, as many of them face the consequences of over-growth, unsustainable development, and lack of service quality. In this respect, attention in the literature needs to be given to how destinations in the region can conceptualize and mitigate their weaknesses as well as capitalize on their competences in order to plan, develop and manage tourism products that could lead them to sustainable competitiveness in the long-term. The book is of significant interest to those researching and working within the area of tourism marketing, but also of interest to students who are seeking wider reading on the topic.

The Role of Food Neophobia in Fruit and Vegetable Eating Habits

The Role of Food Neophobia in Fruit and Vegetable Eating Habits
  • Author : Sandra Ann Ham
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1997
  • Total pages : 332
  • ISBN : CORNELL:31924080063211
  • File Size : 16,7 Mb
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Dietary Intake and Behavior in Children

Dietary Intake and Behavior in Children
  • Author : Sibylle Kranz
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release Date : 2018-06-26
  • Total pages : 297
  • ISBN : 9783038428930
  • File Size : 37,5 Mb
  • Total Download : 184

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This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue "Dietary Intake and Behavior in Children" that was published in Nutrients

Applied Olfactory Cognition

Applied Olfactory Cognition
  • Author : Gesualdo M Zucco, Benoist Schaal,Mats Olsson,Ilona Croy
  • Publisher : Frontiers E-books
  • Release Date : 2014-12-02
  • Total pages : 240
  • ISBN : 9782889193431
  • File Size : 54,5 Mb
  • Total Download : 644

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Foreword by Richard J. Stevenson, Macquarie University (Australia). It was long thought that the human nose might be able to discriminate somewhere in the order of 10,000 different odourants. The recent finding that the human nose can discriminate something like a trillion different smells serves as yet another reminder that we have again underestimated the capacity of our sense of smell (Bushdid, Magnasco, Vosshall & Keller, 2014). This volume serves as a further corrective for anyone who should hold the view that olfaction is unimportant in human affairs. The papers presented in this ebook, carefully collated and overseen by Aldo Zucco, Benoist Schaal, Mats Olsson and Ilona Croy, showcase a large number of quite different reasons for studying the applied side of olfaction, and indeed human olfaction in general. The 23 contributions presented here cover a broad range of topics, which illustrate contemporary interests in our field. Although with a strong applied focus, a noteworthy feature of this ebook is the richness of the theoretical perspectives that are developed. These range from considerations of olfactory perception, memory, expertise, and priming right the way through to receptor genetics. These contributions, from many leading experts in the field, will surely shape much of the applied work linking olfaction to disease, which is a further focus of this ebook. In respect to health and disease, the chapters on aging, pregnancy, depression, alcohol dependency and environmental odours, present overviews and rich new data on many contemporary problems, to which the study of olfaction is now contributing. A particularly notable aspect of olfactory experience is the affective impact that odours can have on people and their lives. The ebook covers some particularly intriguing aspects of work in this area, with empirical studies investigating dissociations between wanting and liking, stress reduction in the elderly, mother-infant bonding, and the emotions that different odourants can evoke. This affective line of work is nicely complemented by empirical studies on expertise, the effect of odours on visual attention, and the relationship between particular personality traits and interest in olfaction. The gradual appropriation of methods from cognitive neuroscience into olfaction is also nicely represented in this ebook, with at least three of the chapters reporting data using neuroimaging, including a particular intriguing study looking at recognition of odours in mixtures. Finally, the close links between olfactory perception and sensory evaluation are also reflected in a chapter on wine. I hope that readers of this e-book will be struck, as I have been in reading its various chapters, how much olfaction affects our lives, and how the study of this sense can enrich it. References Bushdid, C., Magnasco, M., Vosshall, L. & Keller, A. (2014). Humans can discriminate more than 1 trillion olfactory stimuli. Science, 343, 1370-1372.

Handbook of Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders

Handbook of Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders
  • Author : Dean McKay,Eric A. Storch
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-11-29
  • Total pages : 459
  • ISBN : 9783031140808
  • File Size : 40,7 Mb
  • Total Download : 904

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The Second Edition of the handbook incorporates notable research advances throughout its comprehensive, up-to-date examination of this diverse and maturing field. Integrative state-of-the-art models document the complex interplay of risk and protective factors and other variables contributing to normal and pathological development. New and updated chapters describe current refinements in assessment methods and offer the latest research findings from neuroscience. In addition, the Second Edition provides readers with a detailed review across the spectrum of salient topics, from the effects of early deprivation to the impact of puberty. As the field continues to shift from traditional symptom-based concepts of pathology to a contemporary, dynamic paradigm, the Second Edition addresses such key topics pertinent to childhood anxiety as: · Early childhood disorders, including failure to thrive and attachment disorders. · Aggression, ADHD, and other disruptive conditions. · Developmental models of depression, anxiety, self-injury/suicide, and OCD. · The autism spectrum and other chronic developmental disorders. · Child maltreatment and trauma disorders. The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders, Second Edition of the handbook is a discipline-defining, forward-looking, essential resource for researchers, clinicians, scientist-practitioners, and graduate students in such fields as developmental psychology, child and adolescent psychiatry, social work, child and school psychology, educational psychology, and pediatrics.

3D Printing of Foods

3D Printing of Foods
  • Author : C. Anandharamakrishnan,Jeyan A. Moses,T. Anukiruthika
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2022-03-28
  • Total pages : 580
  • ISBN : 9781119669821
  • File Size : 42,9 Mb
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3D Printing of Foods “p>Explore the fascinating realm of 3D food printing and its applications In 3D Printing of Foods, a team of distinguished researchers delivers a comprehensive and eye-opening exploration of the rapidly developing field of 3D food printing. In the book, the authors offer readers an examination of “food printability,” the foundation of 3D food printing. They discuss the enormous research gap in the subject that remains to be addressed and envisage a robust discipline in which food processing techniques, combined with 3D food printing, gives rise to a range of synergistic applications. In addition to treatments of safety challenges and research requirements, the book tackles food industry market trends and consumer preferences, as well as the globalization of printed foods and consumer perception of 3D printed foods. 3D Printing of Foods also explores the integration of electrohydrodynamic processes and encapsulation with 3D food printing. Readers will also find: Thorough introductions to 3D printing technology, 3D printing approaches, and food components and their printability In-depth examinations of the factors affecting the printability of foods, printability and techniques, and natively printable foods Practical discussions of pre-processing of non-printable foods and alternative ingredients used in food printing Comprehensive explorations of 4D printing technology and the applications of 3D food printing technology Perfect for 3D printing professionals and enthusiasts, as well as food scientists, 3D Printing of Foods is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in a one-stop resource addressing this cutting-edge technology with nearly limitless potential.

Cognitive Development in Chimpanzees

Cognitive Development in Chimpanzees
  • Author : Tetsuro Matsuzawa,Masaki Tomonaga,Masayuki Tanaka
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2006-07-25
  • Total pages : 522
  • ISBN : 9784431302483
  • File Size : 38,8 Mb
  • Total Download : 483

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From an evolutionary perspective, understanding chimpanzees offers a way of understanding the basis of human nature. This book on cognitive development in chimpanzees is the first of its kind to focus on infants reared by their own mothers within a natural setting, illustrating various aspects of chimpanzee cognition and the developmental changes accompanying them. The subjects are chimpanzees of three generations inhabiting an enriched environment, as well as a wild community in West Africa. There is a foreword by Jane Goodall and 26 color photos of chimpanzees in the laboratory and in the field in West Africa are included.

Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems

Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems
  • Author : Afton Halloran,Roberto Flore,Paul Vantomme,Nanna Roos
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2018-05-14
  • Total pages : 479
  • ISBN : 9783319740119
  • File Size : 33,6 Mb
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This text provides an important overview of the contributions of edible insects to ecological sustainability, livelihoods, nutrition and health, food culture and food systems around the world. While insect farming for both food and feed is rapidly increasing in popularity around the world, the role that wild insect species have played in the lives and societies of millions of people worldwide cannot be ignored. In order to represent this diversity, this work draws upon research conducted in a wide range of geographical locations and features a variety of different insect species. Edible insects in Sustainable Food Systems comprehensively covers the basic principles of entomology and population dynamics; edible insects and culture; nutrition and health; gastronomy; insects as animal feed; factors influencing preferences and acceptability of insects; environmental impacts and conservation; considerations for insect farming and policy and legislation. The book contains practical information for researchers, NGOs and international organizations, decision-makers, entrepreneurs and students.

Nutrition, Choice and Health-Related Claims

Nutrition, Choice and Health-Related Claims
  • Author : Tiziana de-Magistris
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release Date : 2020-05-28
  • Total pages : 362
  • ISBN : 9783039286485
  • File Size : 10,7 Mb
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This book presents different articles focused on the role of nutritional properties and/or health-related claims on choice preferences, choice behavior, healthy eating/healthy diet, and the willingness to pay for certain foods.

Sensory and Consumer Research in Food Product Design and Development

Sensory and Consumer Research in Food Product Design and Development
  • Author : Howard R. Moskowitz,Jacqueline H. Beckley,Anna V. A. Resurreccion
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release Date : 2012-01-24
  • Total pages : 440
  • ISBN : 9781119945956
  • File Size : 37,7 Mb
  • Total Download : 250

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During the past thirty years, companies have recognized the consumer as the key driver for business and product success. This recognition has, in turn, generated its own drivers: sensory analysis and marketing research, leading first to a culture promoting the expert and then evolving into the systematic acquisition of consumer-relevant information to build businesses. Sensory and Consumer Research in Food Product Design and Development is the first book to present, from the business viewpoint, the critical issues faced by business leaders from both the research development and business development perspective. This popular volume, now in an updated and expanded second edition, presents a unique perspective afforded by the author team of Moskowitz, Beckley, and Resurreccion: three leading practitioners in the field who each possess both academic and business acumen. Newcomers to the field will be introduced to systematic experimentation at the very early stages, to newly emerging methods for data acquisition/knowledge development, and to points of view employed by successful food and beverage companies. The advanced reader will find new ideas, backed up by illustrative case histories, to provide another perspective on commonly encountered problems and their practical solutions. This book is aimed at professionals in all sectors of the food and beverage industry. Sensory and Consumer Research in Food Product Design and Development is especially important for those business and research professionals involved in the early stages of product development, where business opportunity is often the greatest.

The Consuming Geographies of Food

The Consuming Geographies of Food
  • Author : Hillary J. Shaw
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2014-04-24
  • Total pages : 210
  • ISBN : 9781136679322
  • File Size : 20,6 Mb
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The consumption and distribution of food, as well as its production, has become a major public policy issue over the past few decades; what we eat is no longer merely a private matter but carries significant externalities for wider society. Its increasing significance within the public arena implies a dissonance regarding the boundaries of food; where do we draw the line between food as private and food as public? What are the rights of society to impinge upon individual food consumption, and what conflicts will ensue when this boundary is disputed? The Consuming Geographies of Food explores these multiple issues of food across different regions of the world from the consumer’s perspective. It uniquely explicates the factors that lead customers towards certain typologies of consumption and towards certain types of retailing, offering a comprehensive review of the obesity problem, the phenomenon of food deserts and the issue of exclusion from a healthy diet. It then considers the effects of food on the consumer, the dynamic relationship between food and people, and the issue of food exclusion before concluding with possible futures for food consumption, from low-technology projects to high-technology scenarios. Based on original research into food access, ethics and consumption in both developed and less-developed countries this book will be of interest to students, researchers and academics in the fields of geography, economics, hospitality health, marketing, nutrition and sociology.