New Supplementary Issue from Psychology & Health
Plans, norms, motivation, and cheating a little: The curious case of healthy eating
Volume 27, Supplement 2, 2012
A whole new area of psychological research on eating behavior is emerging, investigating how normal people with normal weights (or slight overweight) watch their eating behavior because they want to avoid getting fat. It is this area of psychological eating research that is prominently present in this themed issued of Psychology & Health, presenting a series of articles that examine how normal people deal with food issues in an attempt to unravel the psychological processes that predict failure and success in doing so.
Read the supplementary issue here.