Sensory-specific satiety and repeated exposure to novel snack foods: short- and long-term changes in food pleasantness

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Robins-Hobden, Sarah Louise;
(2012)
  • Subject: TX0341 | BF0231
    mesheuropmc: digestive, oral, and skin physiology

Sensory-specific satiety (SSS) is a significantly greater pleasantness decline for a consumed (Eaten) food, than foods that are tasted but not consumed (Uneaten). SSS occurs during consumption, reaches optimal magnitude immediately afterwards, and returns to baseline wi... View more
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