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- Young, Simon N., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Physiology & behavior 2015 v.144 pp. 103-109
- emotions; filling period; food intake; gender; ingestion; women
- ... Many studies have shown that having a meal together with others increases food intake. In contrast, the effects of having a meal on interactions with others have rarely been examined. More specifically, it is unknown if having a social interaction during a meal alters how people feel, behave, and perceive others.In the present study, 98 working individuals provided information on their everyday so ...