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no title author magazine year volume issue page(s) type
1 Adolescents’ diets do not comply with 2007 Canada’s food guide recommendations Rossiter, Melissa D.
2012
59 3 p. 668-672
5 p.
article
2 Affiliated Societies 2012
59 3 p. II-
1 p.
article
3 Associative and occasion-setting properties of contextual cues in flavor–nutrient learning in rats González, Felisa
2012
59 3 p. 898-904
7 p.
article
4 A test of different menu labeling presentations Liu, Peggy J.
2012
59 3 p. 770-777
8 p.
article
5 Attentional biases to foods: The effects of caloric content and cognitive restraint Forestell, Catherine A.
2012
59 3 p. 748-754
7 p.
article
6 Beverages containing soluble fiber, caffeine, and green tea catechins suppress hunger and lead to less energy consumption at the next meal Carter, Brett E.
2012
59 3 p. 755-761
7 p.
article
7 Brain structure predicts risk for obesity Smucny, Jason
2012
59 3 p. 859-865
7 p.
article
8 Breakfast is associated with enhanced cognitive function in schoolchildren. An internet based study Wesnes, Keith A.
2012
59 3 p. 646-649
4 p.
article
9 Calendar of Events 2012
59 3 p. I-
1 p.
article
10 Changes in antioxidant status and cardiovascular risk factors of overweight young men after six weeks supplementation of whey protein isolate and resistance training Sheikholeslami Vatani, Dariush
2012
59 3 p. 673-678
6 p.
article
11 Computer-based assessments of expected satiety predict behavioural measures of portion-size selection and food intake Wilkinson, Laura L.
2012
59 3 p. 933-938
6 p.
article
12 Consumer understanding, interpretation and perceived levels of personal responsibility in relation to satiety-related claims Bilman, Els M.
2012
59 3 p. 912-920
9 p.
article
13 Consuming polydextrose in a mid-morning snack increases acute satiety measurements and reduces subsequent energy intake at lunch in healthy human subjects Hull, Sarah
2012
59 3 p. 706-712
7 p.
article
14 Death row nutrition. Curious conclusions of last meals Wansink, Brian
2012
59 3 p. 837-843
7 p.
article
15 Defining, regulating and using saccharin at the outset of the industrial food era (1888–1914) Guillem-Llobat, Ximo
2012
59 3 p. 905-911
7 p.
article
16 Development of a scale to measure consumer perception of the risks involved in consuming raw vegetable salad in full-service restaurants Danelon, Mariana Schievano
2012
59 3 p. 713-722
10 p.
article
17 Differentiating the effects of maternal and peer encouragement to diet on child weight control attitudes and behaviors Armstrong, Bridget
2012
59 3 p. 723-729
7 p.
article
18 Diurnal secretion of ghrelin, growth hormone, insulin binding proteins, and prolactin in normal weight and overweight subjects with and without the night eating syndrome Birketvedt, Grethe S.
2012
59 3 p. 688-692
5 p.
article
19 Does body mass index in childhood predict restraint eating in early adolescence? Forrester-Knauss, Christine
2012
59 3 p. 921-926
6 p.
article
20 Eating style, overeating and weight gain. A prospective 2-year follow-up study in a representative Dutch sample van Strien, Tatjana
2012
59 3 p. 782-789
8 p.
article
21 Editors / Publication Information 2012
59 3 p. IFC-
1 p.
article
22 Effect of organic school meals to promote healthy diet in 11–13 year old children. A mixed methods study in four Danish public schools He, Chen
2012
59 3 p. 866-876
11 p.
article
23 Effects of drinking supplementary water at school on cognitive performance in children Fadda, Roberta
2012
59 3 p. 730-737
8 p.
article
24 Examining social physique anxiety and disordered eating in college women. The roles of social comparison and body surveillance Fitzsimmons-Craft, Ellen E.
2012
59 3 p. 796-805
10 p.
article
25 Factors that influence beverage choices at meal times. An application of the food choice kaleidoscope framework Mueller Loose, S.
2012
59 3 p. 826-836
11 p.
article
26 Food after deprivation rewards the earlier eating Booth, David A.
2012
59 3 p. 790-795
6 p.
article
27 Greater variety of fruit served in a four-course snack increases fruit consumption Raynor, Hollie A.
2012
59 3 p. 662-667
6 p.
article
28 “Healthy,” “diet,” or “hedonic”. How nutrition claims affect food-related perceptions and intake? Gravel, Karine
2012
59 3 p. 877-884
8 p.
article
29 Impulsivity and inhibitory control deficits are associated with unhealthy eating in young adults Jasinska, Agnes J.
2012
59 3 p. 738-747
10 p.
article
30 Ingestion of nutrition bars high in protein or carbohydrate does not impact 24-h energy intakes in healthy young adults Trier, Catherine M.
2012
59 3 p. 778-781
4 p.
article
31 Integrating sensory evaluation in adaptive conjoint analysis to elaborate the conflicting influence of intrinsic and extrinsic attributes on food choice Hoppert, Karin
2012
59 3 p. 949-955
7 p.
article
32 Intra-household use and acceptability of Ready-to-Use-Supplementary-Foods distributed in Niger between July and December 2010 Cohuet, Sandra
2012
59 3 p. 698-705
8 p.
article
33 Investigation of anthropometric, biochemical and dietary parameters of obese children with and without non-alcoholic fatty liver disease Papandreou, Dimitrios
2012
59 3 p. 939-944
6 p.
article
34 Perception of oyster-based products by French consumers. The effect of processing and role of social representations Debucquet, Gervaise
2012
59 3 p. 844-852
9 p.
article
35 Plasma cortisol levels in response to a cold pressor test did not predict appetite or ad libitum test meal intake in obese women Geliebter, Allan
2012
59 3 p. 956-959
4 p.
article
36 Psychological distress as a mediator in the relationships between biopsychosocial factors and disordered eating among Malaysian university students Gan, Wan Ying
2012
59 3 p. 679-687
9 p.
article
37 Reproducibility of the measurement of sweet taste preferences Asao, Keiko
2012
59 3 p. 927-932
6 p.
article
38 Short sleep duration is associated with greater alcohol consumption in adults Chaput, Jean-Philippe
2012
59 3 p. 650-655
6 p.
article
39 Stress, emotional eating behaviour and dietary patterns in children Michels, Nathalie
2012
59 3 p. 762-769
8 p.
article
40 Systems of attitudes towards production in the pork industry. A cross-national study Sørensen, Bjarne Taulo
2012
59 3 p. 885-897
13 p.
article
41 The associations between TV viewing, food intake, and BMI. A prospective analysis of data from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, Matthew
2012
59 3 p. 945-948
4 p.
article
42 The Dutch Eating Behaviour Questionnaire (DEBQ). Assessment of eating behaviour in an aging French population Bailly, Nathalie
2012
59 3 p. 853-858
6 p.
article
43 The motivational and informational basis of attitudes toward foods with health claims Žeželj, Iris
2012
59 3 p. 960-967
8 p.
article
44 Theory of Planned Behavior explains gender difference in fruit and vegetable consumption Emanuel, Amber S.
2012
59 3 p. 693-697
5 p.
article
45 The relationship between fat mass, eating behaviour and obesity-related psychological traits in overweight and obese individuals O’Neill, Barry V.
2012
59 3 p. 656-661
6 p.
article
46 Toddlers’ food preferences. The impact of novel food exposure, maternal preferences and food neophobia Howard, Anika J.
2012
59 3 p. 818-825
8 p.
article
47 Understanding how consumers categorise nutritional labels: A consumer derived typology for front-of-pack nutrition labelling Hodgkins, Charo
2012
59 3 p. 806-817
12 p.
article
48 Using plate mapping to examine sensitivity to plate size in food portions and meal composition among college students Sharp, David
2012
59 3 p. 639-645
7 p.
article
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