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Previous studies have suggested that consumers who can choose what to eat could find food more pleasant, and consume more of that food, than when in absence of choice. However cognitive mechanisms that could explain the effect of choice have not been investigated. The study consists in a fMRI experiment intended to observe the effect of the presence of choice on brain activity following consumption of a fruit-flavored drink, compared to the brain activity when the same drink is...
This is a study about how the price of foods affects food buying choices at the grocery store. The price of foods can have a big impact on what people choose to buy and prices change over time. This study is being done to see how changes in food prices affect what mothers choose for their families.
This is a study about how the price of foods affects buying choices at the grocery store. The price of foods can have a big impact on what people choose to buy and prices change over time. This study is being done to see how changes in food prices affect what mothers choose for their families.
This main purpose of this study is to understand the difference and distribution of drug-metabolizing enzyme genetic polymorphisms among Taiwan ethnicities. The subjects of study include Atayal, Pawlan, Yami, Tsou, Ami, Minnan and Hakka. We anticipate establishing a reference for the clinical medication in various ethnic groups according to the difference and distribution of the genetic polymorphisms.
This is the second in a series of pilot interventions we are conducting to assess how principles from behavioral economics can be applied to improve consumers' food choices. In collaboration with Aramark, the food service vendor, we intend to examine if calorie labeling in different formats impacts consumers choice of bottled beverages in hospital cafeterias. Specifically, we will be testing whether signage that conveys to consumers the number of calories in each bottled bevera...
Rationale: Online-grocery shopping is predicted to be one of the "hottest" food trends of 2014, as national retailers such as Amazon, as well as start-up companies, venture into the e- commerce grocery sector. Importantly, the online-grocery environment could be uniquely manipulated to promote healthier food purchasing and help with weight control. Since consumers tend to choose items listed first on menus and buffet lines, the order of food products displayed on the grocer's w...
This will be an open-label, multicenter, 30-day, unsupervised AUS among targeted (at-risk) adult and adolescent consumers designed to mimic an OTC-like environment. More specifically, "at-risk" consumers, as discussed with the FDA, will comprise elderly consumers (>65 years of age), consumers with an increased risk of gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding or cardiovascular (CV) adverse events, consumers who experience severe pain, low literacy subjects, and adolescents (12-17 years of...
This study aims to test a new device called the Social Skills Coach that is being created to help mental health consumers with social skills and community functioning. People diagnosed with schizophrenia and clinicians will be included as participants in this study. Mental health consumers (diagnosed with schizophrenia) will be randomly assigned to either test the new device or to participate in a social skills training course. Data will be collected from participants through s...
In the face of an increased prevalence of obesity and chronic diseases in Canada, much effort has been invested to educate the population about healthy eating. Although Canadians are now aware of the importance of healthier food habits, rates of obesity and chronic diseases are still increasing. In addition, even if different labelling strategies are used to identify healthier foods in the market, consumers remain confused about what healthy eating should be. Might describing f...
Food is widely understood as a cornerstone of health, however multiple barriers stand between well-intentioned, well-informed consumers and the adoption of healthier dietary practices. This mixed-methods randomized controlled trial (RCT) will measure the impact of offering a Community Sustained Agriculture (CSA) share as an employee benefit on household food environments (diets), eating behaviors, and lifestyles.
The purpose of this project is to study the efficacy of a delivery system to offer fresh fruits and vegetables (F&V) at discount prices for purchase at worksites in conjunction with educational interventions on increasing employees' F&V consumption in comparison to an intervention receiving fruit and vegetable markets alone or a comparison intervention.
The purpose of this study is to improve cardiovascular disease (CVD) outcomes in racial and ethnic minorities. Specifically, the study seeks to systematically characterize potential ethnic differences in obesity-related CVD by drawing upon the fields of psychology, physiology, biochemistry, nursing, and clinical medicine.
The purpose is to investigate young consumers' attitudes and behaviour towards sustainable and healthy eating by applying a multidisciplinary approach, taking into account economical, marketing, public health and environmental related issues. In order to achieve this goal, consumers' reactions on interactive tailored informational messages about sustainable from social, environmental and economical point of view, as well as healthy eating behaviour in a group of Polish young ad...
A two-stage qualitative and quantitative study to provide insight into consumers' awareness of energy in alcoholic beverages, and how energy labelling effects consumer behaviour.
Warfarin is a commonly used anti-coagulant, but has a narrow therapeutic index and wide inter-individual and inter-ethnic variation in dose requirements. Several genetic and non-genetic factors have been identified that could influence warfarin dose requirements. However, current known predictive factors could only explain about 50-60% of warfarin dose variability. Inter-ethnic differences in genetic influences on warfarin dose requirements also exist. We hypothesize that genet...
The overarching goal of B'More Healthy Retail Rewards (BHRR) is to develop, implement, and evaluate a pilot multi-level communications and pricing intervention to improve access to and consumption of healthy foods in low-income areas of Baltimore City, Maryland. BHRR has three primary aims: (1) to conduct formative research with representatives of multiple levels of the Baltimore food environment (i.e., local wholesalers, retail food store owners, and consumers) in order to se...
In this clinical equivalency trial, two foods will be compared for the treatment of SAM, testing the hypothesis that the difference in recovery rates and growth between the two test groups will be no greater than 5 percent.
Consumer preferences for POU technologies vary across consumers and products, and largely determine their adoption and subsequent usage. This is a marketing study that asks which products consumers prefer and why, and what is their willingness to pay, as understanding this is crucial to attain their widespread adoption and usage.
This study evaluates the effectiveness of coaching and Voices for Food materials on establishing Food Policy Councils (FPCs) and using guided client choice in rural food pantries to improve food security and diet quality among food pantry clients, and to improve the food environment in rural, midwestern food pantries. Half of the communities received coaching and the Voices for Food kit, the other half only received the Voices for Food kit.
Measuring diet is difficult. This is the first time that brand level foods and nutrient values have been compared with generic food codes to explore the difference this might make to estimated nutrient intakes.
The purpose of this investigation is to test the hypothesis that in humans, eating late may induce changes in saliva microbiota daily rhythms towards a more obesogenic and a less responsiveness to dietary treatments profile. These changes in microbiota may partly explain the weight loss difficulties that characterized late eaters in previous studies. Thus, the aim is to analyze the effect of the timing of food intake in humans' saliva microbiome daily rhythms in a randomized, c...
In 1986, The Pioneer Valley in Western Massachusetts was home to one of the first two community supported agriculture (CSA) businesses in the USA. In 2014, there were 6,200 CSAs across the states, and today, in the Pioneer Valley alone, there are sixty CSAs. As with many parts of the United States, there are too many CSAs competing for the same pool of middle and upper-class customers. In his research at the University of Massachusetts in 2014, Mark Paul stated CSA farms are tr...
Food can make a big difference on the bioavailability of lapatinib in breast cancer patients,and fatty food can increase the lapatinib bioavailability.By examine the steady blood drug concentration in the same individual at different treatment mode for lapatinib,emptiness or taken with fatty food,discuss the best mode of taking lapatinib with fatty food.
The purpose of this study is to improve hypertension outcomes in racial and ethnic minorities.
Reducing food portion size is a potential strategy to reduce energy intake. However it is unclear at what point consumers compensate for reductions in portion size by increasing energy intake from other items. The investigators tested the hypothesis that reductions to food portion size will only result in significant compensatory eating when the reduced portion size is no longer visually perceived as 'normal'. In two within-subjects experiments, participants (Study 1: N = 45, M...