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    Appetite v.120 ,pp. IFC , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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    Appetite v.120 ,pp. IFC - IFC , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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  3. [해외논문]   Mothers' loss of control over eating during pregnancy in relation to their infants' appetitive traits   SCI SCIE

    Kolko, Rachel P. (Department of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 3811 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA ) , Salk, Rachel H. (Department of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 3811 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA ) , Sweeny, Gina M. (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 3811 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA ) , Marcus, Marsha D. (Department of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 3811 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA ) , Levine, Michele D. (Department of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 3811 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA)
    Appetite v.120 ,pp. 1 - 5 , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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  4. [해외논문]   The Self-Efficacy Scale for Adherence to the Mediterranean Diet (SESAMeD): A scale construction and validation   SCI SCIE

    Cuadrado, Esther (Instituto Maimónides de Investigación Biomédica de Córdoba, Spain ) , Gutié (Instituto Maimónides de Investigación Biomédica de Córdoba, Spain ) , rrez-Domingo, Tamara (Instituto Maimónides de Investigación Biomédica de Córdoba, Spain ) , Castillo-Mayen, Rosario (Instituto Maimónides de Investigación Biomédica de Córdoba, Spain ) , Luque, Bá (Instituto Maimónides de Investigación Biomédica de Córdoba, Spain ) , rbara (Instituto Maimónides de Investigación Biomédica de Córdoba, Spain) , Arenas, Alicia , Taberneroa, Carmen
    Appetite v.120 ,pp. 6 - 15 , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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    Abstract The Mediterranean diet has several beneficial impacts on health. Self-efficacy may be crucial for adhering to the diet. This study set out to develop a reliable and valid instrument that would enable measurement of the extent to which people are confident about their ability to adhere to the Mediterranean diet: the Self-Efficacy Scale for Adherence to the Mediterranean Diet (SESAMeD). The study was carried out in two stages. In Stage 1, a pilot questionnaire was administrated to 170 students to reduce and refine items. In Stage 2, the validity and reliability of the scale were evaluated among a sample of 348 patients who have suffered from cardiovascular disease. After items reduction, the scale consisted of 22 items. The factor structure of SESAMeD was tested across exploratory factorial analysis and confirmatory factorial analysis, with both analyses confirming a robust adjustment for the bi-factorial structure. The two factors identified were (a) self-efficacy for the avoidance of determined unhealthy foods not recommended in the Mediterranean diet and (b) self-efficacy for the consumption of determined healthy foods recommended in this diet. The pattern of relations between the SESAMeD and the SESAMeD subscales and other different psychological variables (outcome expectancies, motivation, affective balance, and life satisfaction) supported the validity of the bi-factorial structure and provided strong evidence of construct validity. The instrument can help health professionals and researchers to assess patients’ confidence of their ability to adhere to the Mediterranean diet, a psychological variable that may affect adherence to this healthy food consumption pattern.

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  5. [해외논문]   Food addiction among sexual minorities   SCI SCIE

    Rainey, Jacob C. (Corresponding author.) , Furman, Celina R. , Gearhardt, Ashley N.
    Appetite v.120 ,pp. 16 - 22 , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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    Abstract Although sexual minorities represent a small proportion of the general population, this group has been observed to be at an increased risk of developing various pathologies, including substance use and eating disorders. Research suggests that foods high in added fat and refined carbohydrates may trigger an addictive response, especially in at-risk individuals. Consequently, food addiction is associated with elevated risk for obesity, diet-related disease, and psychological distress. However, there is limited research on whether food addiction, like substance use, may be elevated among sexual minorities, and whether self-compassion may be a protective factor. Thus, the current study aims to test whether food addiction is elevated in sexual minorities (relative to heterosexuals) and if discrimination and self-compassion may be related to food addiction among sexual minorities. In a community sample of 356 participants (43.3% sexual minority), sexual minorities had almost twice the prevalence of food addiction (16.9%) as heterosexuals (8.9%). Also, sexual minorities on average experienced more food addiction symptoms ( M = 2.73, SD = 1.76) than heterosexuals ( M = 1.95, SD = 1.59). For sexual minorities, heterosexist harassment was associated with increased food addiction, while self-compassion appeared to be a protective factor. Further research needs to examine between-group differences among sexual minorities for better treatment and interventions for food addiction.

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  6. [해외논문]   An experiment assessing effects of personalized feedback about genetic susceptibility to obesity on attitudes towards diet and exercise   SCI SCIE

    Ahn, Woo-kyoung (Department of Psychology, Yale University, 2 Hillhouse Avenue, New Haven, CT 06520, United States ) , Lebowitz, Matthew S. (Center for Research on Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Psychiatric, Neurologic and Behavioral Genetics, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University, NY State Psychiatric Institute, 1051 Riverside Drive, Unit 122, New York, NY 10032, United States)
    Appetite v.120 ,pp. 23 - 31 , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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    Abstract As increasing attention is paid to possible genetic influences on susceptibility to obesity, recent studies have examined how genetic attributions can impact laypeople's weight-related attitudes and eating behavior. Little consideration, however, has been devoted to understanding the potential effects of learning that one does not have a genetic predisposition to obesity. The present study investigated the possibility that such feedback might bring about negative consequences by making people feel invulnerable to weight gain, which is termed a genetic invincibility effect. After conducting a saliva test disguised as genetic screening, participants were randomly assigned to be told that there was either a very high or very low chance that they carried genes known to increase one's risk of developing obesity. Participants who were told that they were not genetically predisposed to obesity judged the efficacy of healthy diet and exercise habits to be significantly lower than did those who were told that they were genetically predisposed and those who did not receive any genetic feedback. When prompted to select a meal from a menu of options, participants who were told that they were not genetically predisposed to obesity were also more likely than others to select unhealthy foods. These findings demonstrate the existence of a genetic invincibility effect, suggesting that personalized feedback indicating the absence of a genetic liability could have negative psychological consequences with substantial health-related implications.

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  7. [해외논문]   Visual exposure and categorization performance positively influence 3- to 6-year-old children's willingness to taste unfamiliar vegetables   SCI SCIE

    Rioux, Camille (Center for Food and Hospitality Research, Paul Bocuse Institute, Chateau du Vivier BP 25, 69130 Ecully, France ) , Lafraire, Jé (Center for Food and Hospitality Research, Paul Bocuse Institute, Chateau du Vivier BP 25, 69130 Ecully, France ) , ré (Aix Marseille Université, Laboratoire PSYCLE EA3273, Maison de la recherche, 29 Avenue Schuman, 13621 Aix en Provence, France) , mie , Picard, Delphine
    Appetite v.120 ,pp. 32 - 42 , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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    Abstract The present research focuses on the effectiveness of visual exposure to vegetables in reducing food neophobia and pickiness among young children. We tested the hypotheses that (1) simple visual exposure to vegetables leads to an increase in the consumption of this food category, (2) diverse visual exposure to vegetables (i.e., vegetables varying in color are shown to children) leads to a greater increase in the consumption of this food category than classical exposure paradigms (i.e. the same mode of presentation of a given food across exposure sessions) and (3) visual exposure to vegetables leads to an increase in the consumption of this food category through a mediating effect of an increase in ease of categorization. We recruited 70 children aged 3–6 years who performed a 4-week study consisting of three phases: a 2-week visual exposure phase where place mats with pictures of vegetables were set on tables in school cafeterias, and pre and post intervention phases where willingness to try vegetables as well as cognitive performances were assessed for each child. Results indicated that visual exposure led to an increased consumption of exposed and non-exposed vegetables after the intervention period. Nevertheless, the exposure intervention where vegetables varying in color were shown to children was no more effective. Finally, results showed that an ease of categorization led to a larger impact after the exposure manipulation. The findings suggest that vegetable pictures might help parents to deal with some of the difficulties associated with the introduction of novel vegetables and furthermore that focusing on conceptual development could be an efficient way to tackle food neophobia and pickiness.

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  8. [해외논문]   Australian children's perceptions of discretionary foods   SCI SCIE

    Velardo, Stefania (School of Education, Flinders University, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide, SA 5001, Australia ) , Drummond, Murray (School of Education, Flinders University, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide, SA 5001, Australia)
    Appetite v.120 ,pp. 43 - 48 , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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    Abstract Energy-dense nutrient poor foods and drinks, often referred to as discretionary choices, can contribute a significant amount of energy, fat, sodium and sugar to the diet if consumed in large quantities. Currently many Australian children are consuming a diet that is characterised by large quantities of discretionary items. We undertook a qualitative study to gain a descriptive account of preadolescent children's attitudes and perceptions towards health and nutrition. A series of 6 focus groups and 14 individual semi-structured interviews were conducted with thirty-eight children aged 11–12 years, across three state government schools in a socially disadvantaged region of metropolitan South Australia. The naturalistic manner of qualitative inquiry led to several unintended yet highly pertinent emergent themes, including children's perceptions and practices surrounding discretionary food consumption. Our results indicate that while Australian guidelines recommend that discretionary foods are consumed ‘only sometimes and in small amounts’, children generally held a different belief with respect to what constituted ‘sometimes’. Many children identified that discretionary foods should be consumed in moderation to maintain a balanced diet, yet reported consuming these foods frequently. Self-reported discretionary food consumption was grounded in socially constructed experiences valued by the children, who made situational attributions to foods and legitimised discretionary food consumption in certain contexts, for example during the weekend. Overall, there is variability between children's opinions about the acceptable frequency of consumption of discretionary foods compared with national guidelines.

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  9. [해외논문]   Unsold is unseen … or is it? Examining the role of peripheral vision in the consumer choice process using eye-tracking methodology   SCI SCIE

    Wä (Department of Psychology & CTF-Service Research Center, Karlstad University, Universitetsgatan 2, 65188 Karlstad, Sweden ) , stlund, Erik (Marketing Department & CTF-Service Research Center, Karlstad University, Universitetsgatan 2, 65188 Karlstad, Sweden ) , Shams, Poja (Department of Management/MAPP, Aarhus University, Bartholins Allé) , Otterbring, Tobias (10, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark)
    Appetite v.120 ,pp. 49 - 56 , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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    Abstract In visual marketing, the truism that “unseen is unsold” means that products that are not noticed will not be sold. This truism rests on the idea that the consumer choice process is heavily influenced by visual search. However, given that the majority of available products are not seen by consumers, this article examines the role of peripheral vision in guiding attention during the consumer choice process. In two eye-tracking studies, one conducted in a lab facility and the other conducted in a supermarket, the authors investigate the role and limitations of peripheral vision. The results show that peripheral vision is used to direct visual attention when discriminating between target and non-target objects in an eye-tracking laboratory. Target and non-target similarity, as well as visual saliency of non-targets, constitute the boundary conditions for this effect, which generalizes from instruction-based laboratory tasks to preference-based choice tasks in a real supermarket setting. Thus, peripheral vision helps customers to devote a larger share of attention to relevant products during the consumer choice process. Taken together, the results show how the creation of consideration set (sets of possible choice options) relies on both goal-directed attention and peripheral vision. These results could explain how visually similar packaging positively influences market leaders, while making novel brands almost invisible on supermarket shelves. The findings show that even though unsold products might be unseen, in the sense that they have not been directly observed, they might still have been evaluated and excluded by means of peripheral vision. This article is based on controlled lab experiments as well as a field study conducted in a complex retail environment. Thus, the findings are valid both under controlled and ecologically valid conditions.

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  10. [해외논문]   “Doing our best to keep a routine:” How low-income mothers manage child feeding with unpredictable work and family schedules   SCI SCIE

    Agrawal, Tara (Boston Children's Hospital, Office of Community Health, USA ) , Farrell, Tracy Jean (Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Savage Hall, Ithaca 14853-4401, NY, USA ) , Wethington, Elaine (Human Development, Cornell University, MVR Hall, Ithaca 14853, NY, USA ) , Devine, Carol M. (Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Savage Hall, Ithaca 14850, NY, USA)
    Appetite v.120 ,pp. 57 - 66 , 2018 , 0195-6663 ,

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    Abstract Significant changes in work and family conditions over the last three decades have important implications for understanding how young children are fed. The new conditions of work and family have placed pressures on families. The aim of this study was to explore the work and family pressures shaping the ways parents feed their young children on a day-to-day basis. Twenty-two purposively recruited low-income employed mothers of 3–4 year old children from a rural county Head Start program in Upstate New York reported details about the context of their children's eating episodes in a 24-h qualitative dietary recall. Participating mothers were employed and/or in school at least 20 h a week and varied in partner and household characteristics. Interview transcripts were open coded using the constant comparative method for usual ways of feeding children. A typology of three emergent child feeding routines was identified based on mothers' accounts of the recurring ways they fed their child. Mothers' feeding routines were distinguished by a combination of four recurring key strategies – planning ahead, delegating, making trade-offs, and coordinating. Work schedule predictability and other adults helped mothers maintain feeding routines. Unexpected daily events, such as working overtime or waking up late, disrupted child feeding routines and required modifications. These findings suggest that understanding how young children are fed requires recognizing the socio-ecological environments that involve working mothers' daily schedules and household conditions and the multiple ways that mothers manage food and feeding to fit environmental constraints. There is a need to look at more than just family meals to understand parents' daily strategies for feeding young children and their implications for child nutrition.

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