The Psychology of Eating

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Presentation by Dr. Toni Harris on the psychology of eating

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  • 1.
    • The Psychology of Eating
  • 2. Organization of Presentation
    • Review of the Literature
    • Factors Influencing Food Intake
    • Increasing Food Preferences
    • References
    • Contact Information
  • 3. Overview of literature
    • Human and animal research
    • How much vs. what type
    • Eating disorders
    • Common thread between us and rats
    • Scientific literature differs from media information (sometimes)
  • 4. Factors that Influence Food Intake
  • 5. So, Now What?: Increasing Food Preferences
    • Taste exposure
    • Flavor-flavor pairing
    • Flavor-nutrient
    • Eating when deprived
  • 6. References
    • Abramson, E. (1998). Emotional eating: What you need to know before starting another diet. San Francisco, CA: Josey Bass Publishers.
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    • Capaldi, E. D. (ed) (1996). Why we eat what we eat. Washington D. C.: APA.
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    • Logue, A. W. (1991). The Psychology of Eating and Drinking: An Introduction. 2 nd Ed. New York, NY: W. H. Freeman and Company.
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    • Lowe, M. R., Bocarsly, M. E., Del Parigi, A. (2008). Human eating motivation in times of plenty: Biological, Environmental, and Psychosocial Influences. In Appetite and Food Intake: Behavioral and Physiological Considerations. Harris, R. B. & Mattes, R. D. (Ed.) Boca Rotan, FL: CRC Press.
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  • 7. Contact Information
    • Toni Harris, Ph.D.
    • Department of Psychology [email_address]