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AO1 for cultural influences on eating behaviour
Eating together - Videon + Manning, eating on the go UK 47% food budget, Americanisation
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AO2 for cultural influences on eating behaviour
Globalisation, Leshem, Wardle, RLA
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AO1 for mood and eating behaviour
masking hypothesis Verplanken, short term stress hypothalamus corticotropin releasing hormone suppresses appetite, chronic stress cortisol leads to increased eating motivation + Torres
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AO2 for mood and eating behaviour
Garg et al + RLA, Stone + Brownell contrasting research difficult to draw conclusions
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AO1 for reasons for diet success
Redden, Herman + Mack restrained eating, social support, life event
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AO1 for reasons for diet failure
Herman + Mack what the hell effect, Herman, Mack + Polivy boundary model, Wegner
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AO2 for reasons for diet success and failure
RLA - social support groups e.g. weight watchers + diet tips cold turkey on high calorie, individual differences, ethics, gender beta bias, self report, contrast biological approach Stunkard - genetics but deterministic - lose motivation
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AO1 for neural mechanisms
homeostasis, LH - low glucose + peripheral hormone ghrelin + neuropeptide Y, VMH - high glucose, low ghrelin + leptin
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AO2 for neural mechanisms
Yang et al - NPY RLA, Heatherington + Ranson, non-human animals, other factors influencing eating suggest psychosociobiological approach
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AO1 for the evolutionary explanation
EEA - psychological adaptations: feast + famine overeat, taste preferences salt-hydration + body functioning sugar- high in carbs+calories sour gone off bitter poison, neophobia, taste aversion, cooking
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AO2 for the evolutionary explanation
RLA once adaptive now maladaptive keep people away from unhealthy stuff, supports nature - Desor, however determinism nurture we eat for other factors Brown+Ogden, Garcia + non-human animals
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AO1 for biological explanations for obesity
genetics FTO +Ob, Stunkard 70%, Neural mechanisms Reeves + Plum, chemicals: leptin (makes us feel full)deficiencies, hormones: cortisol - increased appetite overeating sweet foods
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AO2 for biological explanations for obesity
Deterministic, supports nature, not 100% concordance nurture SLT brown + ogden diathesis stress model, Montague RLA leptin injections, Reeves+Plum cause or effect + case study
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AO1 for environmental factors causing obesity
obesonogenic environment - 1960s 13 hrs - 26hrs Bullen, disparity of adverts for healthy vs unhealthy + disparity of price + till positioning impulse buying
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AO2 for environmental factors causing obesity
can explain rise in obesity, RLA, Bullen cause or effect, supports nurture but nature Stunkard diathesis stress model
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AO1 for cognitive explanations for obesity
maladaptive thoughts 'I need that choco bar' masking hypothesis
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AO2 for cognitive explanations for obesity
RLA CBT but treatment aetiology fallacy, Garg et al, cause or effect + what causes these thoughts? limited explanatory power
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