Why We Eat what We Eat: The Psychology of Eating

American Psychological Association, 1 jan. 1996 - 339 sidor
This volume explores the shift in eating research from the search for bodily signals that trigger hunger to a focus on eating patterns emerging from a learning process that is based on life experience. This new book offers hope that healthful eating patterns can be learned. The book proposes models for normal eating behavior and discusses how and why eating deviates from these norms.

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