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  • 1. Mood and eating behaviour A 'Mood' is... For example: Mood has been found to influence what foods we eat and also how much we eat Emotionality theory of obesity(Schachter, 1968) .......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... Bruch (1965) found that .......................................................................................... .......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... Nowadays it is accepted that people eat in response to their mood, regardless of weight / presence of an eating disorder. For example, people may eat more when feeling unhappy in order to improve their mood. On the other hand, people may eat more when they are feeling happy as a means of celebration and enjoyment/ social interaction (Ogden, 2003). How does mood influence eating behaviour and attitudes towards food? Binge eating Comfort eating Stress and eating Binge eating A01 A02
  • 2. Comfort eating A01 A02 Stress and eating A01 A02

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