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- Hogenkamp, P.S.; Mars, M.; Stafleu, A.; de Graaf, C.
- Appetite 2012 v.59 no.2 pp. 419-424
- sensation, etc ; body mass index; breakfast; dairy products; food intake; foods; hunger; satiety; sensory properties; texture; Show all 10 Subjects
- ... Food intake and a food’s expected satiating effect initially rely on sensory attributes. People will learn about the food’s satiating capacity by exposure. We investigated whether repeated consumption changed the expected satiety effects and intake of iso-energetic liquid and semi-solid foods. In a randomised cross-over study, participants (n=53; age: 21±2.9y; BMI: 21.8±2.0kg/m²) consumed one of t ...
- Laureati, M.; Morin-Audebrand, L.; Pagliarini, E.; Sulmont-Rossé, C.; Köster, E.P.; Mojet, J.
- Appetite 2008 v.51 no.2 pp. 273-282
- sensation, etc ; children; elderly; young adults; foods; senescence; food choices; taste; texture; odors; gender differences; test meals; memory; mathematical models; learning; desserts; sensory properties; diet; diet recall; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... The present study compared incidental learning and food memory in children, young adults and elderly people for three sensory modalities (taste, texture and aroma). The relation of gender and liker-status (i.e. how much we like a product) with food memory was also investigated. Participants received a complete meal including a custard dessert used as target under incidental learning conditions. 24 ...