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(p. 220) Liking versus Wanting Food in Human Appetite: Relation to Craving, Overconsumption, and “Food Addiction” 

(p. 220) Liking versus Wanting Food in Human Appetite: Relation to Craving, Overconsumption, and “Food Addiction”
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(p. 220) Liking versus Wanting Food in Human Appetite: Relation to Craving, Overconsumption, and “Food Addiction”
Author(s):

Graham Finlayson

, Michelle Dalton

, and John E. Blundell

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199738168.003.0033
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date: 06 December 2019

Chapter 33 discusses liking versus wanting food in human appetite, and its relation to craving, overconsumption and ‘food addiction’. It examines the notion of liking versus wanting as separable components of reward in human eating behavior: challenges and solutions in the definition and measurement of these processes; their relation to food craving and overconsumption; and their involvement in food addiction.

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