Effect of Chewing Gum on Food Choice and Calorie Intake - A book about two studies
by Swoboda, Christine
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There are many reasons people choose to chew gum, but it has not been extensively examined whether this has an effect on their subsequent food choices. This thesis is about two studies, one where participants chewed different flavors of gum or no gum and then played a food reinforcement game to win four food choices, and a second study where participants chewed gum before every eating occasion and kept a strict food journal.
Christine Swoboda is studying nutrition and intends to become a professor. Her studies on chewing gum were done while getting a Masters Degree at SUNY University at Buffalo in Buffalo, New York.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
12 September 2012
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