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*  Eating Behaviour (Anorexia) - Mindmap in A Level and IB Psychology
EVOLUTIONARY explanations of food preference. *NEURAL MECHANISMS. *Success and Failure of Dieting ...
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*  Eating behaviour - Flashcards in A Level and IB Psychology
What research has been done into factors affecting attitudes to food? 8-10 exposures are needed to change food preference in ... All females, division of R and NR was 'post hoc' and uneven, correlation, no cause and effect, individual food preferences, pts ... preoccupied with food, depressed moods, BMR decreases as weight is lost, yo-yo dieters have increases chance of heart disease. ... What research has been done into food and emotion? (Serotonin hypothesis) Carbs e.g. chocolate, contain tryptophan which the ...
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*  Biological Psychology - Revision Cards in University Psychology
Taste Preferences. Taste Preferences. *Food Selection:- There are also evolutionary influences from past diets in what we ... Taste Preferences. Taste Preferences. *Acquires Preferences:- Just like with CTA, preference learning can influence ... Taste Preferences. Taste Preferences. *Preferences: - Animals show particular facial reactions when consuming tastes that they ... Taste Preferences. Taste Preferences. *Flavour Preference Learning:. - Although the medicine effect is very interesting, like ...
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*  PSYA3 - eating behaviour - Revision Cards in A Level and IB Psychology
However, attitudes to food are also a product of evolution, they suggest that our preferences for fatty and sweet foods is a ... Desor et al went on to investigate the food preferences of food based on facial expressions and sucking behaviour. He found ... Demonstrating an evolved preference for calorie-rich foods.. Our human ancestors began to include meat in their diet to ... The diets of early humans consisted of things such as animals in their environment and the preference for fatty food is likely ...
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*  Evolutionary Explanations - Flashcards in A Level and IB Psychology
Pref for fatty foods would have been adaptive for survival and to find the next meal. Concerned with nutrition, often eat food ... Distinctive flavour to thiamine deficient rats shortly before a thiamine injection - preference ... Pref for fatty foods would have been adaptive for survival and to find the next meal. Concerned with nutrition, often eat food ... Began to include meat to compensate for a decline in plant food due to receding forests 2 million years ago. Fossils illustrate ...
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*  psychology - Flashcards in A Level and IB Psychology
Why do we like sweet foods? Harris 1987- Found new born babies have a preference to sweet things and this is universal. ... Why do we prefer 'bad' foods? Burnham and Phelan 2000- Suggests that when food was sarce our ancestors would chose foods high ... Mood and food are linked as if someone is down they eat junk food. ... Mood and food are linked as if someone is down they eat junk food. ...
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*  Failure/Success of Dieting - Flashcards in A Level and IB Psychology
the evolutionary explantion argues that humans have a preference for fatty foods due to an evolved gentic trait. This may cause ... found that hunger keeps food intake below a certain minimum, and saiety keeps intake below some maximum level. Dieters have a ... assigned 27 obese women to one of 3 groups (diet/exercise/control). They assessed food intake and appetite and found that women ... people to crave fat-heavy foods and therefore cause a diet to fail. ...
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*  PSY101 Chapter 13 - Flashcards in University Psychology
Why do people behave differently? Why do some individuals eat particular foods whereas others eat different foods? Why do we ... What motivates us to eat, drink, be aggressive and have sex? What influences sexual preference and orientation? What causes ... Why do people behave differently? Why do some individuals eat particular foods whereas others eat different foods? Why do we ... What motivates us to eat, drink, be aggressive and have sex? What influences sexual preference and orientation? What causes ...
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*  C6 - Presentation in GCSE Chemistry
Tin plating is where a coat of tin is applied to object e.g. food cans. The tin acts as a. barrier stopping water and air ... remains in tact, if it is scratched then the iron will lose electrons in preference to the. tin and it will rust even faster. ...
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*  AQA A2 Psychology Unit 3 - Eating Behaviour - Food Preferences 2 - Flashcards in A Level and IB Psychology
Home > A Level and IB > Psychology > AQA A2 Psychology Unit 3 - Eating Behaviour - Food Preferences 2 ... 4. What does Dunn state about humans dental structures and their food preferences?. *Dental structure closer to herbivores, if ... 3. Why is sugary tastes a universal food preference?. *High energy and non-toxic ... AQA A2 Psychology Unit 3 Eating Behaviour: Evolutionary Explanations Of Food Preference Notes ...
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*  Natural Selection 2- Revision - Mindmap in GCSE Biology
Genetically transplanted genes might get out in the environment + Genetically modified crops could adversely affect food chains ... rats have been bred with either a strong or weak preference of alcohol.*This has allowed researchers to compare the different ...
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