Identifying the role of different personality traits on the relationship between stress and food choice

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Trew, Marissa;
(2014)
  • Publisher: The University of Edinburgh
  • Subject: diet | personality | stress | health | individual differences

Research shows that high levels of stress correlate with higher consumption of high- fat and high-sugar snack-type foods, particularly amongst women. However, it has been observed that not all individuals are vulnerable to this pattern of ‘stress-related’ eating. Both s... View more
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